My Hermeneutical Stance

We see hermeneutics as the new mind that we live in and through it as well. No one can stop himself from applying hermeneutics in daily life because no one cannot stop the understanding process. We see two types of minds; the first is the old mind that tries to…


Coptic Language Disappearing: The struggle with Arabization

The Coptic language is the last development stage of the ancient Egyptian language. The Coptic language appeared around 100 B.C., it’s the same meanings and pronunciation of the ancient Egyptian language, however it’s Written in Greek letters. The Coptic language was the language of the people and it remained so…


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