'But who do you say that I am?' is an overview of various perspectives on Christ among Quakers today. This booklet touches much that is now unspoken in Quakerism to provoke response, especially in study groups.
Listening is integral to Quakerism. Whether in Meting for Worship, conversing one to one, making decisions in community, or discerning wht action is right for us, we need to listen to spirit, to the still, small voice within.
To live adventurously is to take a leap into our personal unknown. The riches we discover will depend upon the risk and depth of the exploration we have dared. Inevitably there is uncertainty; too much discernment stifles the Spirit.