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1996Cadbury, Henry J.A Quaker Approach to the Bible
1990Walters, HerbAdventures in Listening
2002Fox, GeorgeFifty nine Particulars
1995van der Sprenkel, OttoFriends and Other Faiths,
1999Rickerman, SallyGrowing Up Quaker and Universalist Too
2006Williams, Patricia A.Hazardous Engagement:   God Makes a Friend,
1992Hearing Where The Words Come From Four Perspectives
1997Seeger, Daniel A.I Have Called You Friends: A Quaker Universalist's Understanding of Jesus
2005Sibley, Mulford Q.In Praise of Gandhi Technology And The Ordering Of Human Relations
1991Watson, ElizabethJourney to Universalism
2005Boulton, DavidMilitant Seedbeds Of Early Quakerism  
1996Amoss, GeorgeOn Silent Worship
1988Seeger, Daniel A.Quaker Universalists: Their Ministry Among Friends and in the World
1995Hodgkin, DavidQuakerism: A Mature Religion for Today,
2006Gilk, Paul Radiant In Joy
Hetherington, RalphReadings For Universalists
1998Amoss, GeorgeReforming Christianity
1985Dulles, AveryRevelation and the Religions
2003Gilman, RhodaReview: Essays in Radical Quakerism by David Boulton
1998Morgan, Arthur E.Should Quakers Receive The Good Samaritan Into Their Membership?
1994Knudsen-Hoffman, GeneSpirit and Trauma,
1996Fager, ChuckThe Authenticity of Liberal Quakerism
1991Seeger, Daniel A.The Boundaries of our Faith A Reflection on the Practice of Goddess Spirituality
Hetherington, RalphThe Defining Marks Of Quakerism
2001Sells, MichaelThe Generous Qur'an
1992Balling, PeterThe Light upon the Candlestick,
2004Seeger, DanThe Mystical Path: Pilgrimage To The One Who Is Always Here,
1994Nicholson, JohnThe Place of Prayer Is A Precious Habitation,
1986Seeger, Daniel A.The Place of Universalism in the Religious Society of Friends: Is Coexistence Possible?
1992Gwyn, DouglasThe Quaker Dynamic: Personal Faith and Corporate Vision
2004Rush, DavidThey Too Are Friends A Survey of 199 Nontheist Friends
1995Gilman, RhodaToward a New Universalism
1994Swayne, KingdonUniversalism and Me
1990Varieties of Religious Experience: An Adventure in Listening
2001Waiting and Resting in the True Silence: Three Essays from Friends Bulletin
2003Wood, FrankWalking the Talk
2001Schmoe, FloydWhy Is Man?
1997Alpern, RobinWhy Not Join the Unitarians?
1994Conlon, EmilyWilliam Penn, Quaker Universalist

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