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Twelve Quakers and Evil

Author: Quaker Quest
Pub Date: 01/01/2008
Publisher: Quaker Quest
What is the Quaker view of evil? How do Quakers judge someone like Hitler? Are natural disasters evil? How do Quakers respond? Can evil be forgiven?
ISBN: 0954345975
Availability: In stock

£2.50



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What is the Quaker view of evil? How do Quakers judge someone like Hitler? Are natural disasters evil? How do Quakers respond? Can evil be forgiven? Quakers start from experience: they test their understanding against the wisdom of other Quakers, of people, of other churches and faiths. Most importantly, they worship, turning to the Light of God, to their deepest values. Twelve Quakers reflect here on evil and therefore also on goodness and forgiveness and trust.
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