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August 2018: Going Viral with Quakerism

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Features:

What People Really Want from Church and Quaker Meeting by Donald W. McCormick
The Future is Accessible by Jessica Hubbard-Bailey
Open for Liberation by Tim Gee
Tapping a Viral Energy by Robert Henry
Handling Change and Creating Communities by Steven Whinfield
The Grief and the Promised Land by Emily Provance
 

Online Features:

Simple, Relevant, Amusing by Kathleen Wooten
Sparking a Quakerish Epidemic by Forrest Curo
What’s the Point of Meeting by Mackenzie Morgan
Planning for a Trending #Quakers by Josephine Posti
 

Poetry:

It’s What I Do by Leslie Smith Townsend
Innocence Lost by Marion Goldstein
 

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magnificent-story

The Magnificent Story: Uncovering a Gospel of Beauty, Goodness, and Truth

By James Bryan Smith. IVP Books, 2017. 190 pages. $22/hardcover; $21.99/eBook. James Bryan Smith is a “magnificent” writer; that is, […]

Michael Willett Newheart is a member of Adelphi (Md.) Meeting and professor emeritus of New Testament Language and Literature at Howard University School of Divinity.


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The Meaning of Belief: Religion from an Atheist’s Point of View

By Tim Crane. Harvard University Press, 2017. 224 pages. $24.95/hardcover or eBook. “I don’t believe you / You had the […]

Brian Drayton worships with the new Souhegan Meeting in Wilton, N.H., allowed by Weare (N.H.) Meeting.


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Because of This: Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching: How to Live, Love, and Lead

By Jim Teeters. Barclay Press, 2018. 104 pages. $14/paperback. Jim Teeters’s new book, Because of This: Lao Tzu’s Tao Te […]

Michael S. Glaser, Poet Laureate of Maryland, 2004–2009, is a professor emeritus at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Co-editor of The Collected Poems of Lucille Clifton 1965–2010, he and his wife, Kathleen (a Courage and Renewal facilitator), offer retreats that invite participants to engage with poetry as a means of helping to live an examined life.


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Draw Your Weapons

By Sarah Sentilles. Random House, 2017. 320 pages. $28/hardcover; $13.99/eBook. Assembled like a collage or impressionist painting, Draw Your Weapons […]

Lori Patterson lives in Portland, Ore., where she teaches women’s studies at her local college, attends Multnomah Meeting in Portland (serving on the Racial Justice Committee), and runs an independent yarn and fiber dyeing business out of her home.†


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Agnes Miyo Moriuchi and Steven Elkinton

Married on September 3, 2017, under the care of Chestnut Hill Meeting in Philadelphia, Pa.

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Patricia Lea

Lea—Patricia Lea, 83, on January 28, 2018, in Mount Joy, Pa. Pat was born Patricia Lea Olson on March 15, […]

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Margaret Baker Knight Palley

Palley—Margaret Baker Knight Palley, 99, on January 17, 2018, at Friends House in Santa Rosa, Calif., of natural causes. Meg […]

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Alan Rabinowitz

Rabinowitz—Alan Rabinowitz, 90, on November 29, 2017, in Seattle, Wash. Alan was born in New York City on January 18, […]

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Virginia Haynes Redfield

Redfield—Virginia Haynes Redfield, 89, on July 20, 2013, peacefully, at home in New Orleans, La. Virginia was born on June […]

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Florence Scott Stickney Sawyer

Sawyer—Florence Scott Stickney Sawyer, 97, on February 24, 2018, peacefully, in her sleep, in Medford, N.J. Florence was born on […]

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