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  1. Who are Coptic Christians (Copts)? The History & Beliefs of ...

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    Nov 02, 2018 · The Coptic community in Egypt is challenging to measure because researchers are prevented by Egyptian officials from asking a survey participant’s religion, but some reliable estimates assert that Coptic Christians represent from 5 to 10 percent or less of a population of over 83 million Egyptians while other nonpartisan and Christian ...

  2. Copts - Wikipedia

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    The Coptic population in Egypt is difficult to estimate because researchers are forbidden by Egyptian authorities to ask a survey participant's religion, although official estimates state that Coptic Christians represent 10 to 15 percent while other independent and Christian sources estimate much higher numbers, up to 25 percent of the population.

    • c. 200,000
    • c. 10,000
    • 3,000
    • 25,000 – 30,000 (2006)
  3. BBC - Religions - Christianity: Coptic Orthodox Church

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    Jun 25, 2009 · The Coptic Orthodox Church is the main Christian Church in Egypt, where it has between 6 and 11 million members. ... Coptic music, is second to no other religious music. ... Religion and Ethics home;

  4. Copts in Egypt - Wikipedia

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    An Egyptian court on February 25, 2016 convicted four Coptic Christian teenagers for contempt of Islam, after they appeared in a video mocking Muslim prayers. [40] Nearly all Egyptian Christians today are ethnic Copts, adherents of either the Coptic Orthodox Church or other Coptic churches.

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  6. Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria - Wikipedia

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    The Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria (Coptic: Ϯⲉⲕ̀ⲕⲗⲏⲥⲓⲁ ̀ⲛⲣⲉⲙ̀ⲛⲭⲏⲙⲓ ⲛⲟⲣⲑⲟⲇⲟⲝⲟⲥ, romanized: ti.eklyseya en.remenkimi en.orthodoxos, lit. 'The Egyptian Orthodox Church') is an Oriental Orthodox Christian church based in Egypt , Africa and the Middle East .

  7. What Is the Coptic Orthodox Church? - Learn Religions

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    Oct 07, 2019 · The Coptic Orthodox Church, the primary Christian church in Egypt, is one of the oldest branches of Christianity, claiming to be founded by one of the 72 apostles sent forth by Jesus Christ.

  8. THE ANCIENT MUSIC OF THE COPTIC CHURCH

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    For seeing that this music is Coptic, that St. Mark-the-Evangelist was the first Patriarch of the Coptic Church, and that there has been an unbroken patriarchal succession from his day until now, it is practically certain that this music not only dates back to the first days of the Christian Era but that it probably dates from a much earlier ...

  9. The Coptic Christians of Egypt - CBS News

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    The following is a script from "The Copts" which aired on Dec. 15, 2013. Bob Simon is the correspondent. Harry Radliffe, producer. Think of Egypt and the first thing that comes to mind is not ...

  10. Music: Music and Religion | Encyclopedia.com

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    • Definitions and Concepts
    • Technical Features
    • Origins, Myths, and Symbolism
    • Time, Space, and Ritual
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    Given the close links between musical and religious concepts, a nonsectarian definition of music may be impossible. For example, one common definition of music as \\"humanly patterned sound\\" conflicts with widely held religious beliefs that music is not humanly, but rather, divinely patterned. To members of traditions holding that music or, at least, religious music originates with the gods or with devils, the assertion of the human origin of music must seem the ultimate in Western materialisti...

    Music has its technical basis in human voices and/or musical instruments that produce sounds with patterned acoustical characteristics. Religious traditions often stress a distinction between vocal and instrumental music and frequently assign higher value to vocal music. This is usually because of its capacity to communicate meanings through the words of song texts, because the human body seems more a part of divine creation than instruments created by human artifice, or because of negative a...

    The close relationship of music and religion may imply, as some myths and legends claim, a common or related origin. From the eighteenth to the early twentieth century, evolution-oriented scholars debated theories of musical origins in the sounds of birds and animals, emotional cries of grief at funerals, language intonations, stylized recitations of religious texts, and animistic awe of \\"voices\\" heard in natural objects such as shells and bamboo tubes, and so forth. All such theories proving...

    Music is widely used as a demarcator of ritual time and space. In traditional settings all over the world, one may enter a community just before or during a ritual performance and be drawn toward the center of religious activity by musical sounds that grow progressively stronger as one moves toward the center. At the ceremonial site, music may emanate from the exact center of action; or musicians may be placed at the borders of the ritual site, creating a boundary zone of maximum sensual stim...

    There is no integrated study of this subject on a worldwide scale. Older studies tended either toward ethnographic-scrapbook approaches, indiscriminately assembling all kinds of traveler's remarks on music hastily encountered and little understood, or to evolutionist approaches meant to \\"explain\\" the superiority of European religion and music. The articles on music in the Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics, edited by James Hastings, vol. 9 (Edinburgh, 1917), exemplify both approaches. More...

  11. Religion in Scotland - Wikipedia

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    Christianity is the largest religion in Scotland.In the 2011 census, 53.8% of the Scottish population identified as Christian (declining from 65.1% in 2001) when asked: "What religion, religious denomination or body do you belong to?".