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Reintroducing The Quaker Universalist Reader Number 1

published 723 days ago in Blog

…free eBooks (with donations optional). In 1977, John Linton 1 delivered “Quakerism as Forerunner” before the … this post we feature three of the seven essays: John Linton – Chapter I: Quakerism as Forerunner Download a … religions of the world? Notes 1 For more about John Linton and the history of the Quaker Universalist … see “Universalism and Friends: An Interview with John Linton,” by Larry C. Spears (1982; reprinted with …


Universalism and Friends: An Interview with John Linton (1982)

published 1083 days ago in Blog

…Universalism and Friends: An Interview with John Linton by Larry C. Spears Thirty spokes unite at the hub … in the middle which makes it useful. — Lao-tsu John Linton, member of London Yearly Meeting and founder of … 2.0 Generic ]. 1 “Quakerism as Forerunner,” by John Linton (1977). First given as a talk to the Seekers … 3 See these additional sources by and about John Linton: “A Letter to the editor of the Universalist … Friends,” by John Linton, Universalist Friends: The Journal of the Quaker …


25 Years of Quaker Universalism

published 3495 days ago in Blog

…the Christian foundations of Quakerism. In 1977 John Linton addressed the Seekers Association in London. He … to destroy it. All call for Quakerism to fulfill John Linton’s vision of “a faith that no longer divides but …


We Appreciate Your Support!

published 3461 days ago in Blog

…by the prophetic vision of Universalist Friend John Linton, inspired by years of worshiping with Quakers in …


Quaker Universalist Fellowship Interview with Rhoda Raasch Gilman

published 2586 days ago in Publications

…in the world? RHODA : I like to view it as John Linton did when he first was seeking to found a Quaker … Universalist Fellowship in this country, which John Linton was also very responsible for bringing about. I … of these changes. And again, returning to John Linton’s statement, “making it a force for uniting, …