Quaker discussions this week:

  • Becoming the church we dreamed of. "My fondest wish – that Northwest Yearly Meeting would remain united – did not come true. It was tempting to grieve that rupture indefinitely … and, to be honest, the grief is not going away soon. However, it is a wonderful comfort to realize that nothing so far is blocking my existing friendships and actual collaborations…"
  • New discussion started by Kirby Urner: Quakerism and Charter Schools
  • Reflection from Keith Saylor: "Founding Quakerism: “Their chief design... to reduce Religion to Allegory?”" 
  • Reflection from James C Schultz: "The Presence of God" 
  • New discussion started by Kirby Urner: Quaker Whalers 

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