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Instructions for right spelling

Years ago I ran across a curious book in a university library. It was entitled "Instructions for Right Spelling" and was purportedly author…

Started by David McKay

1 23 hours ago
Reply by Cris Fugate

Review of Quaker Leader Becky Ankeny's new ebook, ...Accept Gay Marriage

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 Review of Quaker Leader Becky Ankeny's new ebook, ...Accept Gay Marriage I wish Becky Ankeny had achieved her…

Started by Daniel Wilcox

0 4th month 12

"Politics"

Politics type a): Deciding who should have [coercive and/or manipulative] "power-over".Politics type b): The process of seeing-together wh…

Started by Forrest Curo

7 4th month 2
Reply by James C Schultz

Copying Quakerism

I've come to see Quakerism as a role playing opportunity, where you get to work with other adults on a live business with a social conscien…

Started by Kirby Urner

1 3rd month 20
Reply by Kirby Urner

Lots of FUMing Among Friends, But Where's the Fire?

Lots of FUMing Among Friends, But Where's the Fire? In this new time of colding darkness, we keep seeking for a bonfire, but after the la…

Started by Daniel Wilcox

6 3rd month 8
Reply by Matt

Why I Strongly Disagree with Micah Bales' article that all humans are "depraved"

To Micah in response to his claim in his new blog article that all humans are "depraved." I often am renewed, uplifted, encouraged by your…

Started by Daniel Wilcox

43 2nd month 26
Reply by Forrest Curo

Open to New Light

I have picked up a new (to me) book — or rather I have downloaded it onto my e-reader. It is by somebody named Leslie Stevenson and it is c…

Started by David McKay

3 2nd month 21
Reply by James C Schultz

Friends Discussing Racism

[ excerpt from one of Multnomah's several listservs, this one a study group that includes film-watching ] Really interesting documentary ab…

Started by Kirby Urner

0 2nd month 18

Are there any perceived or experienced downsides to reliance on Clearness Committees~?

Isn't there an over reliance on Clearness Committees? Or is it unusual for meetings to consider them a 'cure all' or pardon the figure of s…

Started by Mark Gailey

8 2nd month 14
Reply by Mark Gailey

Apology for True Christian Divinity: Proposition 7 Concerning Justification

As many as resist not this Light, but receive the same, it becomes in them a holy, pure, and spiritual birth, bringing forth holiness, righ…

Started by David McKay

19 2nd month 14
Reply by James C Schultz

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Forrest Curo commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'Paddle your own canoe'
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