Jim Wilson's Blog – 10th mo. 2011 Archive (2)

Silence is My Leading

Silence is My Leading

 

Since I became acquainted with the Quietist period of Quaker history I’ve been attracted to it.  This period, which some Quaker historians refer to as ‘The Second Period of Quaker History’, is the one where I find the most nourishment.  It is the period which produced ‘A Guide to True Peace’ which has been of such help in my own inward journey.

 

Along with this attraction has been a searching out of what constitutes the difference between…

Continue

Added by Jim Wilson on 10th mo. 28, 2011 at 5:54pm — 2 Comments

A Reprint of "A Guide To True Peace" Now Available

A New Reprint of “A Guide To True Peace”

 

There are several publishing ventures which have taken advantage of new technology and publish reprints of older books and make them available again to a new generation.  These older books are now in the public domain and thus can be copied freely.  The new technologies consist of computer scanning techniques and print-on-demand computer storage.  This means that the reprint houses do not have to incur the costs of a large inventory;…

Continue

Added by Jim Wilson on 10th mo. 7, 2011 at 3:39pm — 3 Comments

Support Us

Did you know that QuakerQuaker is 100% reader supported? If you think this kind of outreach and conversation is important, please support it with a monthly subscription or one-time gift.


You can also make a one-time donation.

Latest Activity

Christopher Hatton updated their profile
15 hours ago
Christopher Hatton replied to Isabel Penraeth's discussion 'Semi-programmed?'
"Dear Isabel, I realise this is an old thread, but just to let you know that I have begun to offer /…"
15 hours ago
William F Rushby replied to Jean Yeager's discussion 'Why Do Primitive Quakers Cling to Traditition?'
"My paper on  "Ann Branson and the Eclipse of Oracular Ministry in Nineteenth Century…"
11th month 30
William F Rushby replied to Jean Yeager's discussion 'Why Do Primitive Quakers Cling to Traditition?'
11th month 30
William F Rushby replied to Jean Yeager's discussion 'Why Do Primitive Quakers Cling to Traditition?'
11th month 30
William F Rushby liked William F Rushby's blog post South Starksboro Through a Child's Eyes
11th month 28
William F Rushby replied to Jean Yeager's discussion 'Why Do Primitive Quakers Cling to Traditition?'
11th month 27
William F Rushby replied to Jean Yeager's discussion 'Why Do Primitive Quakers Cling to Traditition?'
"Your question is a good one!  Some traditionalists cling to "old ways" (at least…"
11th month 27

© 2019   Created by QuakerQuaker.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service