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Peter E. Makari

Peter E. Makari, Keynote speaker for the 2012 World Mission Institute

2012 World Mission Institute

Each year LSTC hosts the World Mission Institute, which is jointly sponsored with LSTC, Catholic Theological Union and McCormick Theological Seminary for the purpose of focusing on interpreting the worldwide mission of the church. Download 2012 Conference Brochure / Download 2012 Conference Poster

“Christians in the Middle East” topic for World Mission Institute

Keynote speaker Dr. Peter E. Makari, presented two lectures at the 2012 World Mission Institute on April 12 -13. At 6:45 p.m. on April 12, Dr. Makari presented “Christians in the Midst of Change in the Middle East.” April 13 at 9:00 a.m. his topic was “Kairos—Christian witness in Palestine.” Workshops led by LSTC’s Dr. Mark Swanson; Dr. Michel Andaros, Catholic Theological Union; and Sister Luma from Iraq followed the morning lecture.

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1) "Christians in the Midst of Change in the Middle East" by Peter E. Makari. [Download and listen to MP3 file] Or press the arrow below to begin streaming audio.

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2) Question and Answer Follow up session with Peter E. Makari.
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3) “Kairos—Christian witness in Palestine.” by Peter E. Makari.
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About the speaker

Dr. Peter E. Makari, Ph.D., has served as Executive for the Middle East and Europe with the Common Global Ministries Board of the United Church of Christ and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) since July 1, 2000. He also serves ecumenically as the Co-Chair of the National Council of Churches’ Interfaith Relations Commission.

 

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