Munib Younan | Seeking Peace in Jerusalem and the World
Graham Hill and Bishop Munib Younan discuss what it means to seek peace in Jerusalem and in the world.
This video (and its associated podcast) was made possible through the generous sponsorship of The Refuge – Oran Park Baptist Church.
Bishop Dr Munib A. Younan is head of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land, and President of the Lutheran World Federation.
Bishop Younan was educated in Palestine and Finland and has been active in numerous faith organizations since his ordination in 1976, such as the Middle East Council of Churches (MECC), The Lutheran World Federation (LWF) and the Fellowship of the Middle East Evangelical Churches (FMEEC). The bishop was the first to translate the Augsburg Confession, a key document of the Lutheran Church, into Arabic. He is an active member of various ecumenical and interfaith dialogue initiatives in Jerusalem that he helped found.
In July 2010, he was elected president of the Lutheran World Federation (LWF), a global communion of Christian churches with 145 member churches in 79 countries representing more than 70 million Christians. He is past president of FMEEC and provides leadership for the ecumenical Patriarchs and Heads of Local Christian Churches in Jerusalem, as well as for the Council of Religious Institutions in the Holy Land (CRIHL), comprised of leaders of Jerusalem’s Jewish, Muslim and Christian communities.
He is the author of Witnessing for Peace: In Jerusalem and the World (Augsburg Fortress, USA, 2003), Our Shared Witness: A Voice for Justice and Reconciliation (Lutheran University Press, 2012) and of The Augsburg Confession in Arabic (Emerezian Est., Jerusalem, 1993). Bishop Younan also has written numerous articles, lectures and presentations relating to the life of Palestinian Lutherans in the Middle East.
Downloadable PDF Discussion Guide
Here is a downloadable PDF discussion guide. Use alongside the video or podcast. This resource is designed to help your small group and classroom discussions.
Want to see the podcast as well?
Buy Graham Joseph Hill's books here:
CONNECT WITH US
FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL NETWORKS
We acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians and their stewardship of the land that now sustains us all and upon which The Global Church Project and its ministries are situated.