Quaker Universalist Conversations

On being a Christian Universalist Quaker

Rachel Findley writes: … Christian Universalism is the basis on which I can deeply align with Christianity. Reading Sam Caldwell on “The Inward Light” helped to bring home to me how Quakerism unites Christianity and Universalism. “It is my own view…

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Can a Christian be a Universalist?

A “Quaking Muslim” is what Akel E. Bitaji, Senator for the upper house of the Jordanian Parliament, identified himself as during a dinner with the United Church Press Tour last week. Mr. Bitaji is a graduate of the Ramallah Friends School and a graduate of the…

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Is the legacy of Quakerism our universalism?

By Rachel Stacy … It’s been over a week since I’ve last posted. My Lenten project had to be put on hold while I finished out my travels through Jordan. For those of you who have not been following my posts on Friends Journal’s website, I was traveling for the…

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Welcome to Quaker Buddhists!

John Marsh writes: … Welcome to QUF and to Friends! I became a Quaker in the late 60s and shortly thereafter began sitting zazen at the Zen Center on Mount Baldy. This eventually yielded to Theravadan practice with Rodney Smith and to Zen…

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Welcome to a budding Buddhist Quaker…

By Anthony Manousos … I couldn’t resist this pun (and for those of you who are addicted to punning, I recommend John Pollock’s excellent new book, “The Pun Also Rises”). Paul Lockey, a Buddhist newcomer to Quakerism, just wrote about the affinities…

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