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Looking at the ills of our times—the horrible things humans inflict on themselves, on almost all living things, and on the Earth itself—it seems that early Friends had the antidote that is so desperately needed today.
This book provides guidelines for participation in faithfulness groups, in which each person in turn has the focus of the group's attention.
David Johnson asks "How did early Quakers pray?", and draws on early Quaker and other writings to answer this question. A Quaker prayer life arises from a life of continuing daily attentiveness.
This book is a commentary on Love to the Lost, a pamphlet published by the early Quaker James Nayler in February 1656.
In this work, Marty Grundy argues that we need to envision a different way to organize society that is not inherently exploitative, hierarchical, racist, and patriarchal. New economic and political systems can evolve from a Spirit-inspired vision of
William Shewen was an early-convinced and prominent member of the Religious Society of Friends in London in the mid to late seventeenth century; he was also the author of a number of tracts and books.
In the course of his life, Elias Hicks (1748-1830) penned hundreds of letters, while writing only one book. The Journal of Elias Hicks is a record of service to the Religious Society of Friends, ...
Elizabeth Mills is an ecumenical Christian, and a member of the Religious Society of Friends, and she is actively involved in her local meeting for worship for healing.