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Naim Ateek Book Tour

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Naim Ateek Book Tour

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“In this book we hear the scream and the whisper of the poor, the sounds of death in the Occupied Territories, but also the whisper of life, resisting and offering hope for all of us.”
-Nancy Cardoso, Palestine and Israel Ecumenical Forum of the World Council of Churches

Join the Rev. Dr. Naim Ateek across Canada for the launch of his latest book, A Palestinian Theology of Liberation: The Bible, Justice, and the Palestine–Israel Conflict.

In April, the founder of the Palestinian liberation theology movement, Rev. Naim Ateek, is visiting Canada to promote his latest book. For March only, take advantage of early-bird prices for books and tickets! Until the end of March, purchase this book at a cost of $20, with no additional fees for tax or shipping, and pick it up at the book tour event closest to you.

For the Rev. Ateek’s lectures in Hamilton and Toronto, early-bird event tickets are available at a cost of $10. Elsewhere, entrance to events is by donation.

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April 20 – Kelowna: 7pm, First Mennonite Church, 1305 Gordon Dr.
April 22 – Vancouver: 6:30pm, St. Mary’s Anglican Church, , 2490 West 37 Ave.
April 23 – Abbotsford: 7pm, Theatre Room B101, UFV campus
April 25 – Winnipeg: 7pm, Marpeck Commons, Canadian Mennonite University, 2299 Grant Ave.
April 27 – St. John’s: 7pm: Queen’s College, Memorial University Campus, Prince Philip Dr.
April 29 – Halifax: 7pm, Saint Mary’s University, Room 255, Sobey’s building, 923 Robie St.
April 30 – Hamilton: 7pm, New Vision United Church, 24 Main St. East
May 1 – Kitchener-Waterloo: 7pm, Conrad Grebel University, Great Hall (1111), 140 Westmount Rd. North
May 2 – Toronto: 7pm, Mary Ward Centre, University of Toronto, 70 St. Mary St.

Watch for further details of local events.

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