Quaker Theological Discussion Group

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Quaker Theological Discussion Group

Time: 11th mo. 18, 2011 from 4pm to 9pm
Location: Intercontinental Hotel
Street: 888 Howard St
City/Town: San Francisco, CA
Website or Map: https://docs.google.com/leaf?…
Event Type: discussion, group, bayarea, san, francisco, qtdg
Organized By: Paul Anderson, et al.
Latest Activity: 11th month 14, 2011

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Session 1: Important Quaker Journals: Elias Hicks and Allen Jay.

David Johns, Earlham School of Religion, Presiding

 

The Journal of Elias Hicks and Dear Friend, edited by Paul Buckley.

  • Paul Buckley, Earlham School of Religion, Introduction—5 minutes
  • Stephen Angell, Earlham School of Religion, Panelist—20 minutes
  • Jim Le Shana, The Friends Center, Haggard School of Theology, Panelist—20 minutes
  • Paul Buckley, Earlham School of Religion, Respondent—10 minutes

 

Autobiography of Allen Jay, edited by Joshua Brown

  • Joshua Brown, West Richmond Friends Meeting, Introduction—5 minutes
  • Carole Spencer, Earlham School of Religion, Panelist—20 minutes
  • Howard Macy, George Fox University, Panelist—20 minutes
  • Joshua Brown, West Richmond Friends Meeting, Respondent—10 minutes

 

Session 2: Quakers and Theism/Nontheism

Paul Anderson, George Fox University, Presiding—5 minutes

  • Jeffrey Dudiak, Kings University College, Panelist—30 minutes
  • David Boulton, Independent Scholar, Panelist—30 minutes
  • Patrick Nugent, Cincinnati, OH, Respondent—20 minutes
  • Shannon Craigo-Snell, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Respondent—20 minutes

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Comment by Charles Martin on 11th mo. 14, 2011 at 2:49pm

Paul Buckley will be speaking at the San Francisco Friends Meeting House on Sunday, November 20, at 1:00 during second hour, with a talk titled “ A visit with Elias Hicks.”
Paul Buckley is known among Friends for many articles on the history, faith, and practice of the Religious Society of Friends and for his books, The Quaker Bible Reader, Twenty-First Century Penn, Owning the Lord’s Prayer, The Journal of Elias Hicks and most recently, Dear Friend: Letters and Essays of Elias Hicks. Paul also gives short courses, workshops, and retreats for groups across the Quaker spectrum and occasionally teaches at the Earlham School of Religion.
Paul also will be participating in the Quaker Theological Discussion Group on Friday, November 18
I hope you will join us in listening to the QTDG discussions of Paul Buckley’s books and by attending his talk at the San Francisco Friends Meeting House. Everyone is welcome to come to Meeting for Worship at 11:00 am on Sunday.

San Francisco Friends Meeting House
65 9th Street
(between Market and Mission Streets)

Peace,

Charles Martin

Comment by Martin Kelley on 10th mo. 19, 2011 at 11:26pm
Hi all: so it's not confusing, I myself am not attending (though I'd love to!). I'm just posting this on behalf of Paul Anderson.

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