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Essays in Quaker History consists of 7 illustrated scholarly essays by David Rubinstein with a foreword by David Boulton.
Drawing on the author's long experience teaching at Bootham school in York, this book seeks to describe how Quaker beliefs are put into practice in the daily life of a school community.
A new title from ‘Quacks Books’ from Quaker author Stephen Sayers. This is a book for those children and adults that know that Father Christmas is a myth.
Sergei Nikitin has written an exemplary account, vivid and well-researched, of the Quaker relief mission to Russia.
Divine Rights to Quakerism explores the 400 years prior to the formation of the Society of Friends.
The remarkable story of my dauther Ros.
A quaker family's history from 1660 to the present day. Antony Barlow, one of the five children of ralph and joan Barlow, is the descendant of one of the oldest Quaker families, whose ancestor james Lancaster was one of The Society of Friends
Alan Asay has written a commentary on the gospel of John that is scholarly and meticulously researched.