The artist shares his thoughts on art, light, and growing up Quaker.
A review of the new book about the Philadelphia antiwar activists who broke into FBI offices in 1971 and revealed documents detailing its abuses of power.
Reviews of “Living the Quaker Way” by Philip Gulley, “Howard and Anna Brinton” by Anthony Manuosos, “Silence” by Diarmaid MacCulloch, “Hidden in Christ” by James Bryan Smith, “The Meaning of Mary Magdalene” by Cynthia Bourgeault, “Buffalo Shout, Salmon Cry” by Steve Heinrichs, “The Maid Narratives” by Katherine Van Wormer, David W. Jackson III, and Charletta Sudduth.
From the Friends Journal archive, a 1995 review of the musical autobiography of Pete Seeger, who passed away January 27, 2014, at the age of 94.
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