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The Muslim Brotherhood and the Gospel of Christ
Why Egypt's Christians might actually be safer if the Muslim Brotherhood were a part of the ruling government.
Egypt Erupts Again: Christians Resist Muslim Brotherhood President's Power Grab
Coptic VP resigns as assembly rushes to finalize new constitution.
Is Coptic Evangelism in Africa Really on the Rise?
Egyptian church's troubles spill into Libya and Sudan.
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.
Can Egypt's Christian Assistant President Get Democracy Back on Track?
Copts debate influence of Samir Marcos on Mohamed Morsy's presidential team.
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.'
Child's Ballot Will Determine November Election—Of Next Coptic Pope
Egypt's Orthodox cast lots Sunday to find God's choice for who succeeds Pope Shenouda III.
Despite 600 Deaths, Egypt's Christians Support Military's Eviction of Pro-Morsi Protesters
(UPDATED) Bible Society director: '[Christians] are paying the price to dismantle the Muslim Brotherhood apparatus and live in peace.'
Why Pope Shenouda's Death Matters to Egyptian Protestants
The Coptic 'pope of the Bible' was controversial yet beloved.
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.
What Egypt's Christians Think of Hastily Completed Constitution
Withdrawal of church representatives failed to force compromise.
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.
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.
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Christians say false evidence led to murder acquittals.
What Egypt's Leading Islamist Presidential Candidate Thinks About Christians
An exclusive interview with former Muslim Brotherhood leader Abdel-Moneim Abol Fotoh.
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A Word Can Be Worth a Thousand Pictures
A Word Can Be Worth a Thousand Pictures
Why the pulpit—and not the screen—still belongs at the center of our churches.
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