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Brethren And Sistren!

Started by Laura Scattergood in Quaker Talk on 4th day (Wed). 0 Replies

Heed the call! Send some Cash! Martin works Hard! Pay With Your Card So,  those of us who been meaning to chip in, now's the time.   Being the scrooge that I am, don't celebrate the pagan Christmas, so don't have the cash drain, decided this was the…Continue

Links to info about 5 Quaker-Founded Intentional Communities

Started by Laura Scattergood in Quaker Talk. Last reply by Laura Scattergood on 2nd day (Mon). 6 Replies

Two I have visited, three I just know about, these are a few among many.  Generally Quaker-founded, Quaker-influenced, but generally not demanding identification as Quaker for membership.  Article one is about Tanguy Homesteads and the other one,  I…Continue

Should We Try...

Started by Forrest Curo in Quaker Talk. Last reply by Forrest Curo 12th month 10. 22 Replies

Should we, a decade or so ago, call for a moratorium on Quaker grannies flying about to visit grandchildren and/or to Appreciate the world?[See…Continue

When You Wish upon a Star: The Projection Theory of Religion, by Winston Davis

Started by Mike Shell in Quaker Talk. Last reply by Mike Shell 12th month 3. 5 Replies

In “Darwin’s Dog, or the Evolution of Religion,” Part 1 of his "Religion, Briefly Considered" blog series on…Continue

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