An interview with project director Jon Watts.
Max L. Carter in Friends Journal
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QuakerSpeak is a new web video series aimed at communicating Quaker experience in ways that are appealing and energizing, particularly […]
Gabriel Ehri is Executive Director of Friends Publishing Corporation
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Use the media player above or right‐click here to download an audio version of this article. ontemporary light artist James […]
Gail Whiffen is the associate editor of Friends Journal. She grew up attending Gwynedd (Pa.) Meeting and participating in Junior and Middle School Friends Conference, a Quaker summer camp organized by Abington Quarterly Meeting. Gail lives in West Philadelphia with her fiancé, Chris.
Posted in: 2014, Features, February 2014
I realize I’m not unbiased in my thinking about the subject of this special issue. I suspect that none of […]
News of Friends
By Ron Young. Resource Publications, 2014. 299 pages. $35/paperback; $9.99/eBook. I finished Ron Young’s Crossing Boundaries in the Americas, Vietnam, […]
Max L. Carter is retiring this year as the William R. Rogers director of Friends Center and Quaker studies at Guilford College.
Posted in: August 2015 Books, August 2015: The Effects of War, Quaker Book Reviews
Reviewed this month: Embracing Israel/Palestine: A Strategy to Heal and Transform the Middle East. By Rabbi Michael Lerner. Reviewed by […]
Heirich—Max Arthur Heirich, 85, on April 27, 2017, in Ann Arbor, Mich., after a long struggle with cancer and heart […]
Primitive Christianity Revived. By William Penn, translated into modern English by Paul Buckley. Inner Light Books, 2018. 115 pages. $25/hardcover; […]
Max L. Carter is a retired educator, having served five different Quaker secondary schools and colleges in a 45-year career.
Posted in: Books That Have Changed Us, November 2018 Books, Quaker Book Reviews
The Three Abrahamic Testaments: How the Torah, Gospels, and Qur’an Hold the Keys for Healing Our Fears
By Ejaz Naqvi. White Cloud Press, 2017. 308 pages. $21.99/Paperback. Ejaz Naqvi, a practicing physician specializing in chronic pain management, […]
Max L. Carter retired in 2015 as the William R. Rogers Director of Friends Center and Quaker Studies at Guilford College. He and his wife continue to lead annual service-learning trips to Palestine and Israel and volunteer at the Friends Schools in Ramallah.
Posted in: March 2018 Books, Quaker Book Reviews, Quakers and the Holy Land
Are We Ready to Make the Necessary Changes? by Vanessa Julye
Building White Racial Stamina by Elizabeth A. Oppenheimer
Greater Racial Diversity Requires Greater Theological Diversity by Adria Gulizia
Expectant Visions of a Christian Anarchist by Zae Asa Illo
We Are Not John Woolman by Gabbreell James
An Interview with the Co‐clerks of Institutional Assessment on Racism Task Force
The Mystic Soul of a More Whole Religious Society by Viv Hawkins (Online Feature)
Sonnet For George Fox’s Margaret by Jane Yolen