In this book Roy Stephenson examines how Quakers can and do put their most deeply held principles, springing from their religious experiences, into pracice. Drawing from the depth of the religious tradition which first gave rise to George Fox's pionee..
This collection of essays offers insights both into the nature of human rights and the radical thinking that informs them. The authors represent a diversity of perspectives that is rooted in a shared sense o..
A collection of writings by 14 Quakers describing their thoughts and experiences of other faiths, including Animism, Brahma Kumaris, Buddhism, Christianity and Quaker Practice, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism. Edited by Peter Jarman and..