Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
In Five Snippets, Doug Bennett looks at the places where the Bible talk about homosexuality as a sin with the premise"And so it matters how we read the Bible." Stephen Angell maps the implications of this in the real world with Impending Split in Indiana Yearly Meeting (PDF link). In a less fraught topic, Geoffrey Black started a great discussion When does a Plain Friend take off his hat?, which is a neat example of the connections between practice and theology. And Isabel Penraeth asks the meaning of semi-programmed in a Quaker context.
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