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Patricia Dallmann commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post 'A Review of Traditional Quaker Christianity'
"Christopher, I'm glad to hear that you've gotten both books. Though they're different in many ways, they are the same in that they recognize and center upon Christ in us, the hope of glory."
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Christopher Hatton commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post 'A Review of Traditional Quaker Christianity'
"Thank you Patricia, I now see the difference, and I also now have both books."
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Hear Ye Him: Some observations on Matthew 17

And when they were come to Capernaum, they that received tribute money came to Peter, and said, Doth not your master pay tribute? He saith, Yes. And when he was come into the house, Jesus prevented him, saying, What thinkest thou, Simon? Of whom do the kings of the earth take custom or tribute? Of their own children, or of strangers? Peter saith unto him, Of strangers. Jesus saith unto him, Then are the children free. Notwithstanding, lest we should offend them, go thou to the sea, and cast an…See More
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Patricia Dallmann commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post 'A Review of Traditional Quaker Christianity'
"Thank you for your encouraging comment, Christopher! Traditional Quaker Christianity, though,  doesn't have the same picture on the cover as The Word Within: Essays on Prophetic Quaker Faith. The TQC cover  has instead a…"
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Christopher Hatton commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post 'A Review of Traditional Quaker Christianity'
"The picture used for the book is the same as "the word within"  Essays on Prophetic Faith also by Patricia Wallmann, this I find is a captivating and inspirational book. As a self-confessed "convergent" Friend, thee is much…"
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A New Foundation to Build On: Introduction to “The Power of the Gospel”

The Quaker’s revolution was a movement to recover the experience of the power of God through the recovery of that gospel of power which had been lost “since the Apostles’ days.” -- Lewis Benson…See More
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David McKay commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post 'New essay at Abiding Quaker: The Tongues Declare'
"Besides. TS Elliot was an amazing poet."
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New essay at Abiding Quaker: The Tongues Declare

Here's an excerpt from a new post at Abiding Quaker.Today is the day the world celebrates as Pentecost. Though we Quakers have a mild taboo against celebrating particular days, I do often celebrate them, privately, because all the direction…See More
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New essay at Abiding Quaker: The Lesson of the Fig Tree

The following paragraph is an excerpt from the essay that can be found at Abiding Quaker.As with so many incidents that take place in Scripture, this story tells us something of ourselves, and in this story, we are being taught something…See More
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New essay at Abiding Quaker: The New Way

The following is an excerpt from an essay, "The New Way," which can be found at https://patradallmann.wordpress.com/. The essay is based upon ministry given in a Philadelphia meeting on 11/5/17.There is a story about Jesus that takes place after he’d been ministering…See More
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Abiding Quaker new essay: Moses and the Burning Bush

The following excerpt is from the essay "Moses and the Burning Bush," which can be found at https://patradallmann.wordpress.com/ The essay is based upon ministry given on 12/31/17 at Germantown Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.To Moses, who saw his limitation and…See More
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I've been a Quaker since the mid eighties, have worked with New Foundation Fellowship for twenty years, and am a writer with a newly published book titled The Word Within Essays on Prophetic Quaker Faith.
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Hear Ye Him: Some observations on Matthew 17

Posted on 9th mo. 2, 2018 at 8:00am 0 Comments

And when they were come to Capernaum, they that received tribute money came to Peter, and said, Doth not your master pay tribute? He saith, Yes. And when he was come into the house, Jesus prevented him, saying, What thinkest thou, Simon? Of whom do the kings of the earth take custom or tribute? Of their own children, or of strangers? Peter saith unto him, Of strangers. Jesus saith unto him, Then are the children free. Notwithstanding, lest we should offend them, go thou to the sea, and cast…

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A New Foundation to Build On: Introduction to “The Power of the Gospel”

Posted on 8th mo. 16, 2018 at 10:10am 0 Comments

The Quaker’s revolution was a movement to recover the experience of the power of God through the recovery of that gospel of power which had been lost “since the Apostles’ days.” -- Lewis Benson…

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New essay at Abiding Quaker: The Tongues Declare

Posted on 5th mo. 20, 2018 at 10:43am 1 Comment

Here's an excerpt from a new post at Abiding Quaker.…
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New essay at Abiding Quaker: The Lesson of the Fig Tree

Posted on 5th mo. 18, 2018 at 3:20pm 0 Comments

The following paragraph is an excerpt from the essay that can be found at Abiding Quaker .

As with so many incidents that take place in Scripture, this story tells us something of ourselves, and in this…

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At 12:51pm on 3rd mo. 18, 2015, Adria Gulizia said…

Hi, Patricia. As a matter of fact, a new Philadelphia Friends of Jesus group might be launching soon. I am planning to go down for the launch, once it is scheduled. I was already planning to reach out to you when I went to Philadelphia so that you and I could meet up, but now that I know that you are interested in the FoJF, I will keep you posted on that, too!

At 11:33am on 3rd mo. 18, 2015, William F Rushby said…

Thanks, Patricia, for locating (with Ellis Hein's help) the passage comparing Fox and Barclay.  Before I write much about this passage, I need to find and read it.

Life at the moment is rather hectic for me, so it might be a while before I find the document and read the passage.

At 11:25am on 3rd mo. 18, 2015, Brenda Redshaw said…

Greetings Friends,

In the Eight Proposition section 11, Barclay says "Lastly, though I affirm that after a man hath arrived to such a condition in which a man may not sin, he yet may sin; I will nevertheless not deny but there may be a state attainable in this life, in which to do righteousness may become so natural to the regenerate soul, that in the stability of this condition they can not sin. Others may perhaps speak more certainly of this state, as having arrived to it. For me, I shall speak modestly, as acknowledging myself not to have arrived at it; yet I dare not deny it, for that it seems so positively to be asserted by the apostle, in these words (1 John 3:9), "He that is born of God sinneth not, neither can he, because the seed of God remaineth in him."1"

And this is the difference between himself and Fox who had reached the state of perfection, but as in all revivals of holiness, by the time the second generation comes around, achievement of union is fading amongst the revivalists. Without the discernement of the Spirit which Fox  had, and Christ teaching him directly, Barclay is only going to be able to repeat what he had heard from men and therefore, his teaching will differ from those who were in complete union with Christ like Fox in the finer points of the doctrine of holiness..

Brenda

At 11:14am on 3rd mo. 17, 2015, William F Rushby said…

William F Rushby said…

I should mention that Lewis Benson was well read in Protestant theology, and was particularly attracted to and influenced by the theology of Emil Brunner.  See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emil_Brunner   I suspect that Brunner's theology enters into Benson's reading of George Fox.

We don't study Quaker sources in an intellectual vacuum.  Our examination of Quaker texts and experiences is inevitably influenced by other influences at work in our lives.  And Lewis Benson was no exception!

At 8:57am on 3rd mo. 17, 2015, William F Rushby said…

Patricia: I wrote a response, and then mistakenly deleted it.  I wish I could resurrect it, but I don't know how to do that.  I'll try a bit later to reconstruct what I wrote!

At 2:39pm on 10th mo. 28, 2014, Keith Saylor said…

I clearly did not understand your words correctly. Thank you for taking time to clarify for me.

At 4:07pm on 2nd mo. 6, 2010, Patricia Dallmann said…
Thanks so much, Martin, for welcoming me to this very fine site! There's so much here, and it has substance! I think that Lewis Benson would be pleased! I've written to American NFFers and suggested they explore the site and also saw that a couple of British workers are already members. Your offer to post the Wyoming gathering is much appreciated. One of us will try posting it, and if it's no go we'll get back to you for help. Thanks also for offering to put The Word Within on the Books page. Have a couple of things to do on that first - like get it back from the printer's and put it up on the NFF site. We should be ready by the end of the month. I'll be registering this week for the Pendle Hill workshop. Thanks again!
At 6:26pm on 2nd mo. 5, 2010, Martin Kelley said…
Patricia! Wow, you've made my day signing up here. I am so happy to see you. I would so love to see more New Fellowship Foundation energy on the site. QuakerQuaker is a lot messier and crazier and diverse than NFF but I've always considered Lewis Benson one of the grandfathers of the Convergent Friends movement. Yes, he's probably rolling in his grave right now, but I'd like to think he'd appreciate the idea behind a "Quaker Quaker":

Is it any wonder that almost everyone today seems to be a hyphenated Quaker? If we became a religious society of Finders, then we'd need to figure out what it means to be a Quaker-Quaker: someone who's theology and practice is Quaker. (From this essay)

I'd love to hear how QuakerQuaker could help raise wider awareness of NFF's vision for Friends. Should I be adding "The Word Within" to the QQ Quaker Books page? I don't see it on the NFF site yet? If you do come to the Pendle Hill workshop we need to find a time to talk about how QQ could coordinate with NFF. One way is to post any and all events up to the "Gatherings/Events" section--do you want to try posting that Wyoming event up? I'd feature it right away. If it's a bit daunting I can post it, but I like to get people doing it themselves so they get comfortable and so the name on everything isn't just "QuakerQuaker".

Again, yea! And welcome to QuakerQuaker!
 
 
 

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