The New Cambridge History of the Bible is a four-volume scholarly project on the history of the use and abuse of the Bible. Volume 3 of this project primarily covers the western Christian Church during the period of 1450 to 1750, from the end of the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment.
How do Quakers manage financial investments in a socially responsible way? How can Quakers translate faith into practice with their investments for the univers… Continue reading →
John Linton, member of London Yearly Meeting and founder of the Quaker Universalist Group, spent September through November  in the United States speaking about Quakers and universalism.
Which language is God’s language for communicating with us? What is the lingua humana? Was Hebrew the language God spoke for accomplishing creation? Was Lati… Continue reading →