Na?m Ateek Net Worth
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$44’000’000. *This information was provided by Gaultiero Clare, 28 years old. From Richlandtown, Pennsylvania
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1,74m.*This information was provided by Car Nickoloff, 59 years old. Job: (Kapok-And-Cotton-Machine Operator). From Bainbridge, Ohio.
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81kg.*This information was provided by Trstram Parpia, 55 years old. Job: (Scallop Cutter, Machine). From Norris City, Illinois.
Na?m Ateek information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1937, Beit Shean, Israel
Education:San Francisco Theological Seminary, Church Divinity School of the PacificBooks:Justice, and only justice, A Palestinian Christian cry for reconciliation
The Rev. Dr. Naim Stifan Ateek (Arabic: ???? ?????, Na’?m ’Ateeq) (born in the Palestinian village of Beisan in 1937) is a Palestinian priest in the Anglican Church and founder of the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center in Jerusalem. He has been an active leader in the shaping of the Palestinian liberation theology. He was the first to articulate a Palestinian theology of liberation in his book, Justice, and only Justice, a Palestinian Theology of Liberation, published by Orbis in 1989, and based on his dissertation for his degree in theology. The book laid the foundation of a theology that addresses the conflict over Palestine and explores the political as well as the religious, biblical, and theological dimensions. A former Canon of St. Georges Cathedral, Jerusalem, he lectures widely both at home and abroad. His latest book, A Palestinian Christian Cry for Reconciliation, was published by Orbis in 2008.