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The war in Gaza has awakened the Christian community to the plight of Palestinians, questions about land of ancient and modern Israel, and concerns over antisemitism.  In this moment, as Christians we are being confronted by the impact of our theology on geopolitics and it has left so many of us confused, frustrated, and silent.  

Two weeks before the war began, Palestinian Lutheran pastor and liberation theologian, Rev. Mitri Raheb, released his latest book, Decolonizing Palestine:  The Land, The People, The Bible.  This book contains a much-needed framework to understand what’s happening in Israel and Palestine, and to address the questions that often come up as folks struggle to understand the history and context of modern-day Palestine.  

Join Pastor Amy Yoder McGloughlin as she leads a four-week book study on Rev. Raheb’s book.  We’ll discuss a chapter each week, and we will engage with Palestinian guest speakers as we unravel our colonial mindset and envision a world where all are liberated from oppression.  

For more details and how to register click on this link. Cost is only $50 or pay what you can.