- The Surge in Arab Seminary StudiesUnlike many American counterparts, evangelical institutions in Egypt, Jordan, and Palestine enjoy an influx of students as they serve beyond their ivory towers.
- Arab Spring Again? Christians in Sudan and Algeria Cheer Regime ChangesHistoric confessions escape an Islamist, while Muslim converts pray for reform.
- Churches Gain, Islamists Lose in Latest Draft of Egypt's ConstitutionFor the first time, right to build churches guaranteed in charter cautiously endorsed by Amnesty International.
- Move Over, Al Jazeera: Arabic Christian TV Also Comes to AmericaIn latest sign of how many Christians have fled the Arab Spring, SAT-7 follows them to the United States.
- What Egypt's Christians Think of Hastily Completed ConstitutionWithdrawal of church representatives failed to force compromise.
- Egypt Erupts Again: Christians Resist Muslim Brotherhood President's Power GrabCoptic VP resigns as assembly rushes to finalize new constitution.
- Syria's Last ChanceAs violence surges and diplomacy fails, Christians, Muslims, and Druze advocate for reconciliation and democracy.
- What Egyptian Christians Think About Their New Islamist PresidentReactions are varied, but fear is prevalent.
- Who Are the Copts?Egypt's embattled Christians find common identity across denominational lines.
- Muslim Brotherhood Signs Agreement with Egyptian EvangelicalsBut is the 10-point agreement worthy of trust?