Earlham School of Religion's Blog – 11th mo. 2013 Archive (6)

Gratitude, Justice, Mystery

Earlham School of Religion Assistant Professor and Ministry of Writing Program Director Ben Brazil delivered the following message in ESR worship on Thursday, November 21:

 

 The word gratitude has kind of an old fashioned ring to it, but among writers on…

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ESR named as one of 18 "Seminaries that Change the World"

Earlham School of Religion is honored to be named one of the eighteen schools included in the 2014 class of …
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New student introduction: Theoneste Sentabire

We're excited to introduce to you some of our new students who will be joining us for the spring semester. Today's featured student is Theoneste Sentabire, who joins us from Rwanda as an International MDiv Cooper Scholar: 

Peace is not an absence of hostilities only! It embraces all…

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Added by Earlham School of Religion on 11th mo. 20, 2013 at 8:39am — No Comments

More Words Will Not Work

ESR alum and current Richmond First Friends pastor Derek Parker delivered this message during worship there on Sunday, November 3, 2013:

What do Quakers believe?  The question is common, but it won’t take us very far.  We need to reach…

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Added by Earlham School of Religion on 11th mo. 19, 2013 at 8:11am — No Comments

Preaching Truth and Listening for Truth: Early Quaker Mary Fisher and Prospects for Interreligious Dialogue

ESR Geraldine Leatherock Professor of Quaker Studies Stephen W. Angell delivered a version of this essay as a lecture for the Gathering of Adult Young Friends in Plainfield, Indiana, on November 8, 2013.…

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Added by Earlham School of Religion on 11th mo. 13, 2013 at 8:41am — No Comments

I love to feel where the words come from

ESR Professor of Peace and Justice Studies Lonnie Valentine reflects on an early Quaker experience of multifaith dialogue:

"I love to feel where the words come from."
These words were spoken to John Woolman as he was traveling during the…
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Added by Earlham School of Religion on 11th mo. 11, 2013 at 11:57am — No Comments

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