Quaker Universalist Conversations


Non-theist Friends welcome you!

Is it necessary to believe in God to be a Quaker? To learn how Friends have responded to this question, check out the nontheist Quaker website (http://www.nontheistfriends.org/), which has some of the following posts: … Welcome!

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Greetings from a British Universalist Friend

Modern Quaker Universalism began in the UK and is still going strong there. Its mission is defined on its website, which affirms: … “The Quaker Universalist Group is an informal group within the Quaker movement based on our…

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Sufism, Quakerism, and Universalism

John Marsh reminds us of the mystical connection between Sufism, Quakerism and Universalism—a subject I am exploring in a new book, “Becoming a Friend of God” ( http://laquaker.blogspot.com/2010/11/becoming-friend-of-god-path-of-sufism.html). John shares…

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Hope for the Future: Interfaith Youth Work

Preparing young people for a pluralistic world is one of the great challenges of our era. Interfaith youth work, an essential component of this burgeoning movement, has many aspects: service, dialogue, worship sharing, leadership development, fun and games, and of course…

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