Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
A new pamphlet from Argenta Friends Press looks at civil disobedience from a Quaker perspective. Kenneth Hone’s Awake and Aware was inspired by last summer’s G8/G10 demonstrations in Toronto, Ontario. Hone is a practising Quaker and he explores activism through the lens of faith. This short work is both a careful analysis and a call to action. Hone urges readers to “be a champion and stand up for those who are unable to stand up for themselves. Stand up for the oppressed at home and abroad.”
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