3 edition of Rethinking Quaker principles found in the catalog.
Rethinking Quaker principles
Jones, Rufus Matthew
|Statement||by Rufus M. Jones.|
|Series||Pendle Hill pamphlet, no. 8|
|LC Classifications||BX7732 .J6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||42004338|
Rethinking Quaker Principles, Selections From The Writings Of Clement Of Alexandria, A Service Of Love In War Time: American Friends Relief Work In Europe, , 1. The New Story and Quaker Belief & Practice, Philip Clayton 6 2. A Personal Journey into the New Story, Mary Coelho 8 3. The New Story as a Spiritual Journey 10 4. Concluding Reflections 23 5. Bibliography and Some Recommendations 24 6. Biographical Statements 25 7. End Notes 26 Quakers and the New StoryFile Size: KB.
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Rethinking Quaker Principles Pamphlet – January 1, by Rufus M. Jones (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — Author: Rufus M. Jones. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Rethinking Quaker Principles 5 this Book was put into marvelous English and everybody read it with growing love and wonder. The more they read it the more difficult it became to make readers agree upon any one final and infallible interpretation of it.
Honest minds strangely differed about what it meant, and no one PlanFile Size: 61KB. Rethinking Quaker Principles (Pendle Hill Pamphlets Book 8) - Kindle edition by Jones, Rufus. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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Add to cart. Description Additional information Synopsis. The author believes the Society of Friends is a mutation that emerged from the Reformation movement of the 17th century.
If there had been no Puritan. Publishers of the Truth. Rufus Jones, in his early pamphlet Rethinking Quaker Principles, writes of the efforts of George Fox and the early Quakers to publish pamphlets and broadsides to make their truth known to all: By he knew that he had found what he sought, and from that time on he began to gather kindred spirits around him, remarkable persons like Elizabeth Hooton.
– Rufus M. Jones, Rethinking Quaker Principles, This discipline emphasizes that seeking the Spirit remains the firm basis for our life together and for the testimonies and social concerns by which we try to make manifest God’s purpose in the world.
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The principles of neoliberalism encourage growth, free markets, deregulation and privatisation. For me, the spiritual grounding for systems change comes from recognising that the functions of neoliberal capitalism are completely at odds with Quaker testimonies to sustainability, integrity, simplicity, peace and equality.
Synopsis. Money and Soul explores our troubled relationship with money, with finance, and with the economic system in which we are all entangled. It invites readers to consider how childhood experiences with money can shape attitudes, and how attention to individual conscience and shared Quaker values can illuminate big finance and economics questions that lie in the.
Quaker stories, inspiration, and news emailed every Monday. Web comments may be used in the Forum column of the print magazine and may be edited for length and clarity.
May Friends Face a Pandemic / Thin Spaces. Listen to a podcast about Quaker work on the new economy. In an episode of the Q:Witness podcast from earlyCait Crosse (then New Economy Project Manager), shares what's happening with the project and interviews Quaker Yuan Yang, Beijing correspondent for the Financial Times and founder of Rethinking Economics.
Silence and Witness: The Quaker Tradition by Michael Birkel. (This book interweaves a discussion of modern Quaker principles with quotations from early Quaker writers.) Listening to the Light: How to Bring Quaker Simplicity and Integrity into our Lives by Jim Pym.
(This is another personal account by a British Friend. When I picked the book up there wasn't much that I knew about the Quakers, this book opened up my eyes to their faith, and put me in tune with the "whys" of their simplistic life style.
First and foremost I think it's very important to let my fellow readers know that Quaker wisdom begins in /5. Rethinking Quaker principles by Rufus M. Jones: 8: Quaker Education in Theory and Practice by Howard H. Brinton: 9: Community and worship by Douglas V.
Steere: A discipline for non-violence by Richard Bartlett Gregg: A Standard of Living by Mildred Binns Young: The World Task of Pacifism by A. Muste: Religion and politics by.
Rufus Matthew Jones (Janu J ) was an American religious leader, writer, magazine editor, philosopher, and college professor. He was instrumental in the establishment of the Haverford Emergency Unit (a precursor to the American Friends Service Committee)/5.
Rethinking the Commune. six families live on 40 rural acres with a common commitment to Quaker principles in conducting community business. In Silver Spring, Maryland, an s farmhouse called Brindledorf serves as an intentional community for schoolteachers. An old tin-roofed house, a year-old sharecropper's shack, and an assortment Author: Barry Yeoman.
This focus on preparing students to be citizens of the world is a unique feature of all Friends schools and reflects the heart of Quaker principles. Friends schools have a deep commitment to environmental sustainability and you will find eco-friendly policies being put into practice, not just talked about.
Rethinking Quaker Principles () The Shepherd Who Missed the Manger () Spirit in Man () A Great Experiment () The Story of George Fox () The Evolution of the Soul () New Eyes for Invisibles () The American Friends in France, () Jewish Mysticism () The Radiant Life () The Luminous Trail () A.
The grade 9 class explores silent worship, Spirit, mindfulness, identity, and social justice awareness and education through the lens of Quaker testimonies, principles, and practices.
Students who come to the school after the 9th grade year have a 6-session cohort experience led by our Quakerism Coordinator to orient them and to support their.Below is a list of notable Quaker literature available online and/or in the Vassalboro Friends Meeting library.
This page will be updated fairly frequently. Most descriptions of sites are from the sites themselves. Pendle Hill Catalog [EXTERNAL LINK], publisher of the Pendle Hill pamphlet series, many volumes of which are available for reading in the Vassalboro Friends.“testimonies,” sets of guiding principles.
The basic Quaker testimonies cited by Hans Weening are “truth, equality, peace, simplicity and community.” Weening, a Quaker theologian, is the author of the following statement of traditional principles which we have abstracted Size: KB.