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Making Peace: Telling Truth

From 1959, as a graduate student teaching my first classes, until 2002, when I taught my last classes at Earlham, [鈥

Paul A. Lacey, a member of Clear Creek Meeting in Richmond, Ind., is emeritus professor of English at Earlham College and clerk of the national board of directors of American Friends Service Committee. He authored Growing into Goodness: Essays on Quaker Education. He is also the literary executor for Denise Levertov and edited her Selected Poems.

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Spirituality in Action: Ethos and Ethic

I want to discuss ethos, the spiritual and moral context we create for Friends education to occur, and ethics, the [鈥

Paul A. Lacey is a member of Clear Creek Meeting in Richmond, Indiana. He teaches English literature, humanities, and a number of cross-disciplinary courses at Earlham College. This article was originally presented as a speech to a conference sponsored by Earlham, Friends Association for Higher Education, and Friends Council on Education.

Posted in: Features, January 2001
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Seeking Common Ground

Four years ago, when the new millennium began, our future seemed challenging but also promising. In 2001, the events of [鈥

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Patient Search

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Quaker Authors Respond

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Quaker Education as Ministry

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A Crisis for the Future of Democracy

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Foolishness of Preaching

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Christian Response to Extremist Groups

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Toward Unity Among Friends

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