Previous Convictions

Author: Trevett, Christine
Pub Date: 01/01/1997
Publisher: Quaker Books
Christine Trevett's 1997 Swarthmore lecture looks at Quakerism in the late twentieth century and considers how the transmission of our faith and values is affected by increased liberalism, individualism and the 'culture of silence'.
ISBN: 085245290X
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'Previous Convictions' is a very personal look at the late twentieth century Religious Society of Friends. It comments on the effects of increased liberalism, individualism and the 'culture of silence' when trying to consider the transmission of Quaker faith and values. The model of the family of faith, the roles of teacher and prophet and the needs of young people are looked at in this book.
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