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Luther Lecture 2016 - Rev. Dr. Mitri Raheb - POSTPONED

The 41st Luther Lecture publicized for Monday, September 26, 2016, has been postponed due to Rev. Dr. Raheb’s visa not being granted in time. The lecture will be postponed until further notice as arrangements are made for him to speak at a future date.

As a Pastor in the Lutheran church, Mitri Raheb sends a clear message to the young generation of Palestinians: “We want you to live, not die, for Palestine.” In a Bethlehem confined on three sides by the walls of the occupying Israeli power, and with Dar al-Kalima University College of Arts and Culture that he founded and his innovative artistic education in film, art, and drama, Raheb has made it possible for young people to investigate their Palestinian identity, to nurture beauty, and to invest in a culture of life as tools for a creative resistance against suffocating confinement and towards nation building.

The Luther Lecture was established by Luther College at the University of Regina in 1977 with the purpose of making a distinctive and stimulating contribution to the life of the University and the general community. Annually, a distinguished scholar or leader of note is invited to give a public talk on matters of spiritual and social importance.


The 2016 Luther Lecture is provided in part through a generous grant from the members of Faith Life Financial, the James Kurtz Memorial Trust Fund, and Canadian Lutheran World Relief.