Stuart Masters
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  • United Kingdom
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Stuart is a member of Central England Area Meeting in the UK and lives in the Bournville area of Birmingham. He works for Wookbrooke Quaker Study Centre as a tutor coordinating the on-site course programme. His research and teaching interests include Quaker history and theology, New Testament theology and ethics, Anabaptism, Convergent Friends and the thought of John Howard Yoder.

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At 4:23am on 11th mo. 10, 2010, Phil Petty said…
Hi Stuart,

Sorry I haven't accepted your invite earlier, just beginning to get into gear with QuakerQuaker.. It would be good to meet up again next time I'm at Woodbrooke. Blessings, Phil
At 1:07pm on 8th mo. 28, 2010, Carole Dale Spencer said…
Perhaps you should write it.
Carole
At 12:38pm on 8th mo. 28, 2010, Carole Dale Spencer said…
Hi Stuart,
I'm glad to hear someone else shares my perspective on Nayler. I haven't done any more work on Nayler since I wrote that article. I have Neelon's book but haven't read it yet. Now I'm curious.
Carole
At 9:17pm on 1st mo. 27, 2010, Rickey D. Whetstone said…
Thanks for the info . . . the subject of English History taught in my days of school . . . was very little. Do you have an idea . . . on the number of civil wars that took place . . . until England was united?

Rick
At 3:27pm on 1st mo. 26, 2010, Rickey D. Whetstone said…
Hey Stuart
Thanks for the information. Could you inform me on the word burnings?
Was the whole town burnt down . . . or is it a person burnt at the stake?
Thanks

Rcik
At 2:48pm on 11th mo. 5, 2009, John Fitzgerald said…
Good to meet you, too! Hope you had an enjoyable day.
At 9:40am on 12th mo. 29, 2008, Alison P. Martinez said…
Dear Stuart Masters, I got tangled up in the mechanics of this site, didn't reply well at first. Thank you for generously helping me to get deeper into John. My local library has the Brown book, and with your guidance I'll get the other readings. I've also come upon "The Unvarnished Gospels: translated by Andy Gaus (Threshold, 1988.) Thrilling, to me! I feel so supported, getting such kind guidance all the way from England! (What a lovely family you have!)
 
 
 

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