Thesis Type: Postgraduate
Institution Of The Thesis: Uludağ Üniversitesi, Turkey
Approval Date: 2017
Thesis Language: Turkish
Student: EKREM SERT
Supervisor: MUHAMMET TARAKCIAbstract:
Coptic-Orthodox Church of Egypt has always been in a different place with its own stance and attitude. Having been in the eye of the storm until the Council of Chalcedon (AC 451), the Coptic Church separated from the churches of Rome and Costantinople after this council, and became independent national church like other Eastern Churches. Throughout almost fifteen centuries together, the Coptic Church has acted jointly with Muslims in the Muslim civilization culturally and linguistically. Matters about this church are still issues of conflict today. While Copts in Egypt have adopted and practiced living together, Coptic diaspora has damaged this culture of living together from time to time.