Angell and Dandelion have shepherded a wide and global diversity of new specialist authors. They organize the volume around an overview of Quaker history 1650-2015, and they summarize Quaker relationship to literature, social justice, environmental sustainability, peace, education, and practical life simplicity.
During my reflections throughout this period I knew it was right for me to refuse to allow myself to be labelled universalist or christocentric. I was aware al… Continue reading →
Craig Barnett is a Quaker living in Sheffield (UK), and currently serving as an elder of Sheffield and Balby Area Quaker Meeting. The following a… Continue reading →
Friends, We have stretched out our July-September schedule of blog conversation topics in order to allow more time for contributions from readers. We’ve also a… Continue reading →
There has been a universalist dimension to Quaker-Christian faith from the beginning. It is grounded in a paradox that cannot be resolved, only lived.
—Douglas… Continue reading →
Today, after centuries of Christendom’s affirmations that “Jesus is the answer,” he is free at last to be the question again. After centuries in which Christian… Continue reading →