All Blog Posts Tagged 'earofthesoul' (5)

Mark Wutka: How I Ended Up Leading a Semi-Programmed Worship

How I Ended Up Leading a Semi-Programmed Worship. While I didn't particularly approve of the semi-programmed worship, I didn't feel strongly enough to stand in the way. I decided instead just not to go. That didn't last, however.... I began to wrestle with my opinion of semi-programmed worship, in light of my experience with leading the bible study, and began to question my… Continue

Added by QuakerQuaker on 9th mo. 24, 2010 at 12:08pm — No Comments

Mark W: relying on the word "Quaker"

Mark W: relying on the word "Quaker". What if you were no longer allowed to call yourself Quaker, while still maintaining the same level of membership in your faith community? What would you feel you had lost?



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Added by QuakerQuaker on 8th mo. 16, 2010 at 9:29am — No Comments

George Fox's Message Via His Scripture Quotations

George Fox's Message Via His Scripture Quotations. I compiled a list using only those verses appearing in Fox’s epistles, reasoning that the epistles were more pastoral in nature and I wanted the verses that Fox would quote when writing to other Friends. From this set of verses, and looking at the way Fox used them, I pieced together a description of Fox’s message that, while… Continue

Added by QuakerQuaker on 8th mo. 5, 2010 at 10:38pm — No Comments

Mark Wutka : time and service at North Carolina Conservative

Mark Wutka : time and service at North Carolina Conservative. When the registrar announced the numbers during the last business session, we learned that visitors accounted for a little more than 20% of those in attendance. On one hand, this says that a lot of people are hungry for what NCYM-C has to offer, but on the other hand it suggests that many within the yearly meeting don't realize what a… Continue

Added by QuakerQuaker on 8th mo. 2, 2010 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Mark Wutka Shares His Spiritual Journey

My Spiritual Journey (part one). Mark shares his travels from pentecostalism to Friends, with Belief-o-Matic to a tauferbard. "So, in fall of 2002, I took this test online called the Belief-o-matic, and it asks you all these questions about what you believe, and for some of those it asks you to rank how important is this, cause for some people the bodily resurrection of Jesus - you have to… Continue

Added by QuakerQuaker on 6th mo. 23, 2010 at 5:00am — No Comments

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