Thomas—Lee B. Thomas, 90, on August 23, 2016, in Louisville, Ky. Lee was born on May 27, 1926, in Washington […]
Joan E. Thomas, M.D in Friends Journal
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From the FJ archives. A doctor provides healthcare for the poor. This first appeared November 15, 1969.
This article first appeared November 15, 1969, with the following contributor biography: Joan E. Thomas joined the Society of Friends more than 20 years ago. She acquired her medical degree in 1966, despite heavy family responsibilities, and has been practicing in a poor section of Louisville for a year and a half.Posted in: January 2013: Privilege
Thomas—Benjamin Harrison Thomas, 76, on November 14, 2017, at home in Ukiah, Calif. Benj was born on March 15, 1941, […]
The nuts and bolts of decision making among Baltimore young Friends.
Lukas "Sunshine" Austin is a young Friend attending Stony Run Meeting in Baltimore, Md. They enjoy reading, writing, and long walks in the woods. This is their first publication.Posted in: Features, What Are Quaker Values Anyway?
Births, deaths, and marriages.
A Friend averts a street brawl.
David Morse is a member of Storrs (Conn.) Meeting, an environmental and human rights activist and author of The Iron Bridge, a novel about eighteenth-century Quaker iron masters. A chapbook of his poems, many involving Quaker themes, was published recently in a volume entitled Embark.Posted in: December 2012: Hospitality, Features
Thomas Kelly is the first of four activist Friends that I intend to write about in this column over the […]
Brian Drayton is a member of Weare (N.H.) Meeting.Posted in: Features
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Rediscovering the spiritual writings of Thomas R. Kelly.
L. Roger Owens teaches spirituality and ministry at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and is the author of What We Need Is Here: Practicing the Heart of Christian Spirituality.Posted in: Features, September 2017
The breakneck pace of our over‐scheduled lives often serves as an obstacle to the cultivation of spiritual wisdom. For some, […]
Chad Thralls is currently a visiting professor of Christian Spirituality at Fordham University's Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education. A Presbyterian with a soft spot for Quaker authors Rufus Jones, Thomas Kelly, and Douglas Steere, he was awarded a Gest Fellowship from Haverford Library Special Collections to conduct research on Thomas Kelly. He can be reached at [email protected] yahoo.com.Posted in: Features
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