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An Experiment in Faith 323

01/10/1995, £4.50
PHP 323 Quaker Faith and Practice

An Introduction to Quakerism

31/03/2007, £22.99
This is a comprehensive introduction to Quakerism which balances a history of the theology of the Quakers or Friends with an overview of present day practice. It charts the growth of the Quaker movement through the 1650s and 1660s, its different theo

George Fox and the Quakers

£12.00
Though Fox's own Journal tells his life-story fully and vividly, some readers find it so detailed, and so quick to assume his reader's familiarity with situations, events and outlooks of his time that it is difficult to read or grasp it as a whole.

Holding faith: creating peace in a violent world

03/08/2011, £8.00
be refusing to allow past violations to determine our present and future choices, cycles of violence can be broken. Each choice aimed at stepping out of the cycle, whether successful or not, is a peace act.

Quakers a very short introduction

28/02/2008, £7.99
The Quakers are a fascinating religious group both in their origins and in the variety of reinterpretations of the faith since. Emerging from the social unrest of the English civil war, the Quakers have gone on to have an influence way beyond their

Spirit of the Quakers

01/10/2010, £9.99
Who are the Quakers, what do they believe, and what do they practice? The Religious Society of Friends-also known as Quakers--believes that everyone can have a direct experience of God. Quakers express this in a unique form of worship that inspires t

The Quaker Way

26/04/2013, £11.99
This book is an attempt 'to explain the Quaker way, as far as that is possible'. It is a distinctive way and, though perhaps no better than others, it has its own integrity and effectiveness.

Twelve Quakers and Equality

£2.50
Quaker Quest Pamhlet 7. Equality is at the heart of Quaker religious faith. It is one of the testimonies through which Friends live - others are peace, simplicity and truth - and it has often been perceived as being the most important of all.
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