The Youth Power Secret (4) (19)

The Youth Power Secret (4) (19) Preface We will continue together with the steps by which we live in holiness. We have discussed the perception, how to control the senses and we will discuss in this book “ how to control the flesh” that fathers said it is the beginning of sorrows and also someone […]

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Jesus Loves Sinners (1) (10)

Jesus loves sinners (2) (10)   By: House of God’s Love   * We have a hope in Christ that this series reach the hand of every Christian youth at the lowest cost. * You can share us in this hope by gifting it to your friends and loved ones.   Introduction Jesus loves sinners […]

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Jesus Loves Sinners (1) (9)

Jesus Loves Sinners (1) (9) By: House of God’s Love  * We hope in Christ that this series would reach the hands of every Christian youth. * You could share this hope by giving it to your friends and loved ones.   Introduction Jesus loves sinners is a beautiful word for the ear and it […]

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How to earn inner peace? The peace of forgiveness (2/3) (7)

How to earn inner peace? The peace of forgiveness (2/3) (7) By: Servants of God’s Love Hostel   ·         We hope in Christ that this series would reach the hand of every Christian youth for the least cost. ·         You could share this hope by giving it to your friends, loved ones and children in […]

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How to Be Liberated from Frequent Falls? Reasons and benefits (4)

How to Be Liberated from Frequent Falls? Reasons and benefits By: House of God’s Love   Book name: Book series of Principles of Spiritual Life How to be liberated from frequent falls By: Servants of God’s Love Hostel   *         We hope in Christ that this series would reach the hands of every Christian youth. […]

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Copto-Arabic Studies Bibliography

COPTO-ARABIC STUDIES BIBLIOGRAPHY General References (Referred to Below in Abbreviated Fashion) Atiya, Aziz Suryal, ed. The Coptic Encyclopedia, 8 vols. New York: Macmillan, 1991. A standard tool in English. (CE) Gibb, H. A. R. et al., eds. The Encyclopaedia of Islam, new ed., 11 vols. Leiden: Brill, 1954-. Some articles are of importance to Copto-Arabic […]

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Care for the Sick in Shenoute’s Monasteries

Care for the Sick in Shenoute’s Monasteries SHENOUTE’S WRITINGS PROVIDE a rich store of evidence for the various ways in which the sick were cared for in his monasteries. Care for the sick was a shared value at the heart of the early monastic movement, and certainly this was the case in Shenoute’s monasteries. The […]

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Shenoute’s Place in the History of Monasticism

Shenoute’s Place in the History of Monasticism A LITTLE MORE than 1,500 years ago, inside the massive church whose ruined hulk has come to be known as the White Monastery (Arabic Dayr al-Abyad), on an occasion near the middle of the fifth century when the monastery’s longtime leader Shenoute was about one hundred years old, […]

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The Art of Coptic Churches

The Art of Coptic Churches WE WENT TO THE CHURCH while the elders of the monastery went with us. There were pictures of monks on the wall of the place, representing our monastic fathers: Antony the Great and Apa Pachom and Apa Paule and Apa Makarios.21 These were on one side and the archbishops of […]

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The Monastery of St. Paul (RED SEA)

The Monastery of St. Paul (RED SEA) SAINT PAUL OF THEBES (Anba Bula, ca. 235-348?) is known as ‘the first hermit.’ For more than ninety years he lived in a cave near a natural spring and a palm tree. Daily a raven brought him a piece of bread. The palm tree provided leaves for weaving […]

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