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What I Learned from Worshiping With Egypt's Christians
Hope for interfaith relations from the Coptic Church.
Shared Savior, Split Traditions
Why I try to be generous to Christians who see some important things differently.
More Martyrs: ISIS Executes Dozens of Ethiopian Christians in Libya
Propaganda video released the same day Justin Welby arrives in Cairo to honor the previous 21 victims.
Subscriber Access Only Cloud of Witnesses
A snapshot of Christian witness in the world (as it appeared in our April issue).
We Are More Than '21'
The '21' showed us that despite our differences, we are one family in Christ.
How Libya's Martyrs Are Witnessing to Egypt
Murders spark largest outreach ever amid new freedoms and new threats.
Libya's 21 Christian Martyrs: ‘With Their Blood, They Are Unifying Egypt’
As Coptic Christians mourn ISIL beheadings, they praise the response of their government and Muslim neighbors.
Frank Wolf Calls for Safe Haven for Mideast Christians
Former congressman offers six-point plan. But killing continues as ISIL-linked terrorists behead 21 Christians in Libya.
Subscriber Access Only Is This the End for Mideast Christianity?
For Mideast Christians, 2014 has been a year of bloody disaster. Are these churches on the edge of extinction?
Egypt's Most Infamous Christian Convert Faces 5 Years in Prison for 'False' TV Broadcast
Hegazy, the first Muslim-background believer to sue Egypt to recognize his conversion, charged with disturbing the peace.
As Egypt Picks Next President, Christians Play Biggest Political Role in Decades
Signs include first Christian (and first woman) leader of political party, while some Christians argue for justice for Muslim Brotherhood.
Subscriber Access Only Why Egypt's Christian Families Are Paying Ransoms
Kidnappings of Christians are surging. Some see signs of hope. Meanwhile, they're collecting funds.
Churches Gain, Islamists Lose in Latest Draft of Egypt's Constitution
For the first time, right to build churches guaranteed in charter cautiously endorsed by Amnesty International.
A Tale of Two Weddings
Why protesting a drive-by shooting is complicated for Egypt's Christians.
Remembering Egypt's Maspero Massacre Through Its Most Prominent Martyr
Sister of slain Coptic activist Mina Daniel recalls his revolutionary vision, now carried forward by Muslim friends.
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The Colonists’ New Religious Mystery
The Colonists’ New Religious Mystery
Sorry, Pilgrims: Jamestown’s spiritual life is suddenly much more fascinating.
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