Scott Holloway
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Holliness

Posted on 2nd mo. 24, 2012 at 1:28pm 0 Comments

I do not like to criticize such good people as the Quakers. The trick is to fulfill the law, not to destroy it.

With all that said I do feel that modern liberal Quakers have given up Holiness in exchange for service. It also seems that conservative Friends have given up Holiness in exchange for Scripture.

Holiness is for me the complete embodiment of Christ/Spirit. It is through Holiness that the…

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It is all about the Spirit

Posted on 5th mo. 17, 2009 at 5:00pm 0 Comments



For me all the reasons I am a Quaker are more superficial and it is not about the qualities that define my Quakerism, but my relationship to God/Spirit.



As I have learned to see 'that which is of God' in every one, I have learned to give up judgment and love each person for who they are, regardless of their beliefs and practices. I fully understand that some people need different practices in their religious services than the… Continue

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At 9:27pm on 4th mo. 27, 2009, Elizabeth Bullock-Rest said…
Hi Scott,
I wanted to put a photo of me as a logo, but could not figure out how to do it. Somehow I managed to get this painting on, though. I like it too---Sort of a see-though-to-my-heart lady: Just like me!

---See later, gator, Elizabeth
At 11:25pm on 2nd mo. 6, 2009, Elizabeth Bullock-Rest said…
Hi Scott,
I am enjoying the new Fayetteville Friends site you created: http://fayettevillefriends.org/ and the book you lent me, "Holiness: the Soul of Quakerism." I appreciate how giving you are to Friends and to me, in particular. You are a sweet heart! Hope to see you Sunday, Friend. ---Elizabeth
At 6:47pm on 2nd mo. 3, 2009, Elizabeth Bullock-Rest said…
Hi Scott, i fell in love with your little cabin in the woods when i saw it on your quakerquaker page. It is beautiful! --Elizabeth
At 7:52pm on 12th mo. 3, 2008, Neil Brosnahan said…
Hi Scott,
Let me know if you ever come to the Garden Island of Kauai. It would be my pleasure to show you some parts of the island that are off the beaten path.
Warmest Regards, Neil P.S. - And bring a camera-
At 12:24pm on 11th mo. 24, 2008, David Carl said…
Hey Scott! Thanks for dropping by and saying hi! - David
 
 
 

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