"UK Friends have had a network going for a little while. Check out their site at http://qandb.or and follow the links to other social networks. There is a Friends and business group in LinkedIn, I believe. And Facebook has "Quakers and Business…"
"We picked the wrong architecture. I remember a fascinating article about the churches that were funded by cellphone companies. Quaint old New England churches were the best off: located at the top of hills in the middle of town, with big wooden…"
"Hello, Rodney Pharris! After having lived most of my adult life among Mennonites, my impression is (in comparison) that the Society of Friends does not have many outstanding Bible scholars. Reducing reflections on the Bible…"
"Brian Drayton, ( _On Living With a Concern for Gospel Ministry_):
"...We are often unsure of what the gospel is, and whether it should be preached, or its life encouraged; and we have a constricted view of what it may…"
"There is an old story — not entirely sure if it was true — that a judge some time back in the 70s or 80s, when ruling on an obscenity case, commented, "I may not be able to define obscenity/pornography, but I sure enough know it…"
"Now & then I'm pretty sure I killed it, being all things to all people in a way that generally ticked them off.
I've got one old friend who (irrately) tells me he "can't take the Bible seriously enough to joke about it"…"
Sometimes editors just leave out the "Jr." I did write that 1954 article on "Which Way Peace?"
My "senior" was Thompson V. Palmer, a Quaker botanist, nurseryman, and landscape gardener -- with the greenest thumb ever, a strong interest in consumer co-ops, and not the faintest interest in theology!