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Are we using the word "Radical" Correctly?

My hubs and I dropped off your kids at Quaker Camp yesterday. And we kicked off our kid-free week with Quarterly Meeting. During Meeting fo…

Started by Sarah Kirby

2 6th month 25
Reply by Sarah Kirby

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

Coping with Disability & Chronic Illness in the Quaker Faith

Hello All, I am very new to the Quaker faith, and have a question I was hoping someone might be able to answer. I am wondering if anyone wi…

Started by Sarah Mueller

15 3rd month 9, 2014
Reply by Sarah Mueller

What do you do in silent worship?

For those who practice silent worship, whatever branch of Quakerism you belong to, how do you "settle into the silence?"I ask this question…

Started by Rosemary Gould

36 2nd month 20, 2012
Reply by Bruce R. Arnold

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James C Schultz commented on Keith Saylor's blog post 'Nathaniel Smith, a Quaker natural historian and physician, in 1664, meets with George Fox. Wherein George Fox argues the earth is flat because it was revealed to him by God.'
"George would love the internet.  It's filled with flat earthers with better arguments…"
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James C Schultz commented on David McKay's blog post 'Quaker Bible Index Top 100 List: Number 3'
"Interesting that this is No. 3.  It doesn't make my top 10 but that's just me. …"
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Howard Brod commented on Keith Saylor's blog post 'Nathaniel Smith, a Quaker natural historian and physician, in 1664, meets with George Fox. Wherein George Fox argues the earth is flat because it was revealed to him by God.'
"The founder of a religious movement is often deified by converts - even after the founder's…"
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Forrest Curo commented on David McKay's blog post 'Quaker Bible Index Top 100 List: Number 3'
"The 1st Century Christian context for the reference to "darkness" would be the…"
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Quaker Bible Index Top 100 List: Number 3

I am working with a document purporting to list the 100 most frequently cited Bible verses in the…See More
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Forrest Curo commented on James C Schultz's blog post 'A World without Sin, a/k/a A World without personal responsibility'
""Sin" seems to be a pejorative word. Aside from people who don't think it means…"
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David McKay commented on James C Schultz's blog post 'A World without Sin, a/k/a A World without personal responsibility'
"I've been bantering with you folks for long enough that I take for granted we all know that we…"
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