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Why Do Primitive Quakers Cling to Traditition?

Started by Jean Yeager in Quaker Talk. Last reply by Mackenzie 4 hours ago. 1 Reply

Why do Primitive Quakers cling to tradition? Is it a comforting way to be with one another and speak and practice comforting, known, already practice methods of socializing? I do not know where Primitive Quakers feel that "tradition" leads them and…Continue

Collectively Distracted From The Message and the Mission at times?

Started by Laura Scattergood in Quaker Talk. Last reply by Laura Scattergood on 2nd day (Mon). 5 Replies

http://www.larknews.com/archives/775   A link from the Christian humor parody  news site  "The Lark",   parallel to "The Onion".   Relevant for us I think.  By the way, the site is ran by a…Continue

Friends Journal's "Love in the Belly of the Beast" & Michelle Alexander's "The New Jim Crow"

Started by Mike Shell in Quaker Talk. Last reply by David Nelson Seaman 10th month 14. 5 Replies

Friends, Laura Mangnani has a powerful piece in the September 2014 issue of Friends Journal titled "Love in the Belly of the Beast."  Michelle Alexander's book,…Continue

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H(2)O

Started by Clem Gerdelmann in Quaker Talk. Last reply by Keith Saylor 10th month 13. 3 Replies

How do a trinity of gas molecules, two of hydrogen and one of oxygen, under the correct condition become a new substance? The same way that an elder and overseer, along with a prophetic minister, in spiritual righteousness form the life-sustaining…Continue

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