Books reviewed: Gathered: Contemporary Quaker Poets (ed. by Nick McRae); Powerful Beyond Measure: The Legacy of Quaker Leadership in the […]
Judith Reynolds Brown in Friends Journal
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Since the dawn of history, religious traditions have been giving birth to poets and mystics. Quakerism also has had its […]
Judith Reynolds Brown, a member of University Meeting in Seattle, Wash., is poetry editor of Friends Journal and the author of A Glove on my Heart: Encounters with the Mentally Ill.Posted in: Features
The history of the Quaker Peace Testimony is full of dilemmas and never a simple doctrine. Indeed, it seems to […]
Judith Reynolds Brown is poetry editor of Friends Journal. Her book A Glove on My Heart: Encounters with the Mentally Ill was published in January.Posted in: Features
Perhaps one of the most difficult dilemmas presented by our Quaker testimonies is the tension between seeking to address that […]
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Bob Dockhorn on Carol Faulkner’s Lucretia Mott’s Heresy, Tom Hamm on Elizabeth Taylor Stirredge’s Strength in Weakness Manifest, and more […]
There have been times in my life when I’ve been given the pleasure of discovering a writer or a poet […]
Judy Brown, poetry editor of Friends Journal, is a member of Agate Passage Meeting on Bainbridge Island, Washington.Posted in: Features
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