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Quaker renewal

Author: Craig Barnett
What does it mean to be a Quaker today? In these essays Craig Barnett explores possibilities for spiritual renewal, new life and creativity in the Religious Society of Friends.
ISBN: 9780995475724
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What does it mean to be a Quaker today? In these essays Craig Barnett explores possibilities for spiritual renewal, new life and creativity in the Religious Society of Friends. He invites contemporary Quakers to encounter the extraordinary potential of core Quaker practices for worship, discernment and testimony, and to rediscover their vocation as Spirit-led communities.
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