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Playing in the Presence: Genetics, Ethics and Spirituality

£8.00
In the 2002 Swarthmore Lecture, Jackie Leach Scully introduces us to the field of genetic research and application, and encourages us to face up to some of the decisions which have to be made.

Playing in the Presence: Genetics, Ethics and Spirituality

£8.00
In the 2002 Swarthmore Lecture, Jackie Leach Scully introduces us to the field of genetic research and application, and encourages us to face up to some of the decisions which have to be made.

Presence in the Midst

28/07/2009, £8.00
How do we make sense of and respond to our experience of the world around us? How do we discern well together?

Reflections from a Long Marriage: Swarthmore Lecture 2006

20/05/2006, £4.50
In their 2006 Swarthmore lecture, Roger and Susan Sawtell consider what they have learned from their experience of being together since 1957.

Science and the Unseen World

£5.00
Arthur Eddington's 1929 Swarthmore lecture explores how science and religion define and look at reality. 'You will understand the true spirit neither of science nor of religion unless seeking is placed at the forefront.'

Snakes and Ladders: A personal exploration of Quaker work on human rights at the United Nations

26/05/2012, £8.00
Rachel Brett's 2012 Swarthmore Lecture details the work of the Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) in Geneva.

Spirited Living: Waging Conflict, Building Peace

29/05/2004, £9.00
In the 2004 Swarthmore Lecture, Simon Fisher presents challenging ways to live out the Quaker Peace Testimony in the here and now.

Swarthmore Lecture 2018

01/01/2018, £12.00
Presenting the Swarthmore Lecture 2018 by Chris Alton

What Canst Thou Say?

£8.00
Swarthmore Lecture 1980. Towards a Quaker Theology. Are Quakers Christian? Is it possible to be both Christian and Universalist? These are just two of the questions which form the starting point for this book.
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