Zachary Dutton
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In Search of Elephants

Started 6th month 11, 2012 0 Replies

I write this short bit in preparation for…Continue

 

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Studying religion and the social sciences at Harvard Divinity School, Zachary is a burgeoning thought leader and social scientist. He focuses on the intersection of social conflict, culture and religion. He is currently working on a project examining the relationship between Quaker nonviolence narratives and identity formation.
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Open Letter to the next General Secretary of PYM

Posted on 10th mo. 23, 2013 at 11:01am 1 Comment

*For wide distribution–please disseminate. For a PDF version of the below open letter, click here.

**This is re-posted from theliberalquaker.wordpress.com. 

23 October 2013

 

Open Letter To

The Next General Secretary

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting

1515 Cherry Street

Philadelphia, PA…

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Bounded Mystery: Toward a Contemporary Liberal Quaker Theology

Posted on 8th mo. 7, 2012 at 1:35pm 1 Comment

I recently wrote this for my blog The Liberal Quaker.

 

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In Liberal Quaker community I came to know myself. I was fully accepted and encouraged to become who I am. My elders were patient with me. They asked hard questions and at times made tough observations, but let me do the work to answer and respond. I have sifted through a great deal of…

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The Kingdom Begins Within: Reflections with Rufus M. Jones

Posted on 4th mo. 1, 2012 at 11:00am 3 Comments

This is re-posted on QuakerQuaker from my blog The Liberal Quaker.

I have a tendency to make friends with underdogs and critics—those who for one reason or another put themselves (or who are put) in opposition to a greater community.  When I lived at Pendle Hill, I worked in the community garden.  The young woman in charge, when considering the possible death of a plant, would often say, “Well,…

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