Our volunteer reviewers share some of their all‐time favorite books for Quakers.
Reviewed by Brian Drayton in Friends Journal
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By Brian Drayton and William P. Taber Jr. Tract Association of Friends, 2016. 180 pages. $20/hardcover. Late in the fourth […]
Paul Buckley is a member of Community Friends Meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is the author of numerous articles and books on Quaker history, faith, and practice. His most recent book is The Essential Elias Hicks.
Posted in: August 2016 Books, August 2016: Quaker Spaces, Quaker Book Reviews
Reviews, featuring titles from Mark Nepo, Lester Brown, Jill Suzanne Shook, Margery Post Abbott, and Reza Aslan.
Books reviewed: Gathered: Contemporary Quaker Poets (ed. by Nick McRae); Powerful Beyond Measure: The Legacy of Quaker Leadership in the […]
This month’s reviews include The Essential Elias Hicks, The Oxford Handbook of Quaker Studies, and A Guidebook to Prayer.
Edited by Stephen W. Angell and Pink Dandelion. Cambridge University Press, 2015. 340 pages. $120/hardcover; $96/eBook. “An institution is the […]
Brian Drayton attends Souhegan Meeting (Allowed) in Wilton, N.H.
Posted in: February 2016, February 2016 Books, Quaker Book Reviews
By John G. Macort. Self‐published, 2016. 231 pages. $9.50/paperback. John Macort, formerly an Episcopalian priest but long acquainted with Friends […]
Brian Drayton worships with the new Souhegan Meeting, allowed by Weare (N.H.) Meeting.
Posted in: April 2018 Books, Healing, Quaker Book Reviews
Edited by Stephen W. Angell and Pink Dandelion. Cambridge University Press, 2018. 410 pages. $105/hardcover; $34.99/paperback; $28/eBook. This edited volume, […]
Brian Drayton worships with the new Souhegan Meeting in Wilton, N.H., allowed by Weare (N.H.) Meeting.
Posted in: Books That Have Changed Us, November 2018 Books, Quaker Book Reviews
To Imagine Change through Many Voices by Detmer Kremer
The Light Will Rip You Up by Caroline Morris
Genesis by John A. Minahan
Jesse Stuart’s The Thread That Runs So True by Robert Stephen Dicken