Responses to our June issue via letters, tweets, and Facebook posts.
report “Pilgrims' Process,” which I devoured avidly, delighted that CT has shone a spotlight on the indigenous Christians of the Holy Land as well as other Arab Christians and Copts.
A Tale of Two Weddings
Why protesting a drive-by shooting is complicated for Egypt's Christians.
But the thought of solidarity is politically complicating for Copts. "Most Copts are accepting the rule of the military so as to avoid the rule of the Brotherhood.".
We Are More Than '21'
The '21' showed us that despite our differences, we are one family in Christ.
“The blood of our Christian brothers is a witness that cries out. If they are Catholic, Orthodox, Copts, Lutherans, it is not important: They are Christians.
After Military Kills 500 Protesters, Islamists Take Out Anger on Egyptian Christians
(UPDATED) Bible Society director: 'Most Egyptians expected the violence. Nevertheless, it is heartbreaking to watch on TV this bloodshed between fellow Egyptians unfolding before our eyes.'
Houses, monasteries, orphanages, schools and businesses belonging to Copts were attacked in nine provinces "causing panic, losses and destruction for no reason and no crimes they
Coptic Christianity Meets the Modern World
How does an ancient, persecuted faith keep pace with political and cultural change?
But the Copts can look back to the lives of the saints, the theologians, the desert hermits, and the popes. These are their heroes. Are we Copts, Egyptians, Muslims, Arabs, Christians?
Is Coptic Evangelism in Africa Really on the Rise?
Egyptian church's troubles spill into Libya and Sudan.
Accusations of evangelism have been at the heart of a series of recent incidents of violence—including the first Coptic martyrs of the modern era—against Copts in Libya, Sudan, and