David Watson
  • Huntington, WV
  • United States
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Christianity

Discussions on the Quaker understanding of Christianity and our relations with the Christian world. Tag: christianity
3rd month 13, 2012
David Watson replied to Margaret Banford's discussion 'Quaker monks\nuns...' in the group Convergent Friends
"I was just talking with a Presbyterian friend the other day about why the Catholic and Orthodox churches have managed to stay relatively united when Protestant and other churches tend to split whenever theological issues arise.  He is a strong…"
1st month 17, 2012
David Watson replied to Margaret Banford's discussion 'Quaker monks\nuns...' in the group Convergent Friends
"This conversation is very fascinating. I am also new to the Quaker movement, but I have learned some interesting things as far as the group functions as a denomination.  Our worship group is under the care of the Ohio Yearly Meeting, and those…"
1st month 16, 2012
David Watson replied to Margaret Banford's discussion 'Quaker monks\nuns...' in the group Convergent Friends
"Without trying to decide to what extent I agree or disagree with it, it is interesting to note that many people tend to view Quakers as living a pseudo-monastic life (at least those of the conservative branch).  Since being…"
1st month 15, 2012
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Outreach and Media

How are Friends sharing and broadcasting the Good News we've been given? Tag: outreach"Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house." Matthew 5:15See More
12th month 29, 2011
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Convergent Friends

A movement seeking a deeper understanding of our Quaker heritage and a more authentic community life. Tag: convergent
12th month 29, 2011
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Plainness & Simplicity

Some Friends have recently been dubbed the "New Plain" for their experimentation with Quaker plainness and simplicity. Tag: plain
12th month 28, 2011
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Conservative Friends

Conservative Friends who follow the classic Quaker understandings of faith and practices. Tag: conservative
12th month 28, 2011
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12th month 28, 2011
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12th month 27, 2011

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About Me
I am currently studying literature at Marshall University, and plan to continue on with these studies after graduation. I am very passionate about the community service group I belong to, and I am an adult volunteer for the BSA.

I attend a small local worship group that is affiliated with the Ohio Yearly Meeting (Conservative). I find the message of Friends very inspiring, and I hope that I am able to help show people the value of the Quaker way of life.

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