Mission Theology Anglican Conference - Contextual Mission in Egypt Today
Date: 18-20th April 2016
Led by: Co Chairs: Dean Samy Shehata, Alexandria School of Theology and Bishop Graham Kings, Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion
Contextual Mission in Egypt Today
Dates: 18th - 20th April, 2016
Host Institution: The Alexandria School of Theology
Host Bishop: Archbishop Mouneer Anis, Bishop of Egypt and Presiding Bishop of Jerusalem and the Middle East
Co Chairs: Dean Samy Shehata, Alexandria School of Theology and Bishop Graham Kings, Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion
Location: Episcopal Guest House, Cairo, Egypt.
Theme: Contextual Mission in Egypt Today
All Saints Cathedral, Cairo
You can read Bishop Graham's reflection on the conference in his Interweaving for May 2016.
Contributors and papers:
The Most Revd Dr Mouneer Anis (Bishop of Egypt, North Africa and the Horn of Africa and Primate of Jerusalem and the Middle East) 'Theological and Cultural Foundations for Positive Inter-Religious Relations'
The Very Revd Samy Shehata (Dean of St Mark's Pro-Cathedral, Alexandria and Principal of the Alexandria School of Theology) - 'Koinonia as an Image of Ecclesiology in Egypt today'
Abouna Youhanna (Coptic Orthodox Abbot of St Marcarius Monastery) - 'Desert Spirituality'
Mina Fouad (Coptic Orthodox Patristics Lecturer, Alexandria School of Theology) - 'Coptic Monasticism and its Theology: The Models of St Antony and St Pachomius'
The Revd Dr Emad Basilios - 'Faith based community services'
Servant of God - 'Returning to our Roots: Mission in Tunisia and St Cyprian'
The revised papers were published here on Wednesday 20 April 2016.