Meet Rev. Dr. Atef M. Gendy in the USA (Georgia, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana)

Meet Rev. Dr. Atef M. Gendy in the USA (Georgia, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana)

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Dr. Atef M. Gendy, president of the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo (Egypt), will visit the USA in September. Below a list of opportunities where you may hear and meet him. For more information, please, contact Rev. Dr. Cinda Gorman, ETSC’s international relations coordinator, at cindagorman@etsc.org.

Georgia

Friday, September 5: Atlanta

  • North Avenue Presbyterian Church – 607 Peachtree…

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Cal for Prayer from Pastor in Gaza

Cal for Prayer from Pastor in Gaza

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GazaDear friends,

This is the 28th day of the war. 1840 persons have been killed, 9370 injured. The people stay at schools without the necessary needs. Since a week there has been no electricity and no water. We use a generator for power and we have a well to bring water, but many people do not have any source of water or electricity.

Last Sunday a christian family was attacked. The family is Greek…

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A Strange Moment in the Reception History of Psalm 146

According to Mark Water, ed., The New Encyclopedia of Christian Martyrs (Alresford: John Hunt, 2001), 908–9, when James Hannington (1847–1885), bishop of Eastern Equatorial Africa on behalf of the Church Missionary Society, wanted to travel to Uganda, “he found himself reading words from Psalm 146[:9], ‘The Lord preserveth the strangers’” and “took this to be a message from God.” However, during the last part of his journey, he and his companions were captured.

A Strange Moment in the Reception History of Psalm 146

According to Mark Water, ed., The New Encyclopedia of Christian Martyrs (Alresford: John Hunt, 2001), 908–9, when James Hannington (1847–1885), bishop of Eastern Equatorial Africa on behalf of the Church Missionary Society, wanted to travel to Uganda, “he found himself reading words from Psalm 146[:9], ‘The Lord preserveth the strangers’” and “took this to be a message from God.” However, during the last part of his journey, he and his companions were captured.

Master of Theology (ThM) in Egypt

Master of Theology (ThM) in Egypt

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From fall 2014 onwards, the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo offers the following master programs:

Master of Theology (ThM)

This is a one year full-time or two year part-time program of 36 credits. It is an advanced program both for Egyptian and for international students. Applicants should already hold a Master of Divinity or a strong Bachelor of Theology degree and have obtained a…

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September 4 and 5, 2014, a conferencewill be held on Neo-Calvinism (Abraham Kuyper, Herman Bavinck,…

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Atheism in Egypt and the Arab World

The following list is intended for research purposes, not to promote atheism. Suggestions for additions to this list are welcome.

Adib, Mounir. “While Atheism in Egypt Rises, Backlash Ensues.” Egypt Independent, September 30, 2013. http://‌www.egyptindepe…

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“In my lifetime I have never seen such openness to Christians in Egypt” and “we do not want to…

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A Night under the Open SkyCamping in the desert, I have the opportunity to watch the sky and see the stars at night. In the…View Post

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Camping in the desert, I have the opportunity to watch the sky and see the stars at night. In the…

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