Isaiah the prophet, in Chapter 19, Verse 19 says Although fully integrated into the body of the modern Egyptian nation, the Copts have survived as a strong religious entity who pride themselves on their contribution to the Christian world. This status is well deserved, after all, Egypt was the refuge that the Holy Family sought in its flight from Judea: "When he arose, he took the young Child and His mother by night and departed for Egypt, and was there until the death of Herod, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the Lord through the prophet, saying, "Out of Egypt I called My Son" [Mathew -23].
The Coptic church regards itself as a strong defendant of Christian faith. The contributions of the Coptic Church to Christendom are many.
Origen wrote over 6,000 commentaries of the Bible in addition to his famous Hexapla.
Many scholars such as Saint Jerome visited the school of Alexandria to exchange ideas and to communicate directly with its scholars.
Also, it describes the distinctive art and architecture that developed as an early expression of the new faith.
The Coptic Church, which is now more than nineteen centuries old, was the subject of many prophecies in the Old Testament.He was one of the four evangelists and the one who wrote the oldest canonical gospel.Christianity spread throughout Egypt within half a century of Saint Mark's arrival in Alexandria as is clear from the New Testament writings found in Bahnasa, in Middle Egypt, which date around the year 200 A.Monasticism started in the last years of the third century and flourished in the fourth century.Saint Anthony, the world's first Christian monk was a Copt from Upper Egypt.