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Things of the Spirit in the Classroom

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Year of Expansion in Friends Education

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Anniversary

I have just finished rereading Tennyson’s poem, Maud. Written one hundred years ago at the time of the Crimean war […]

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Elizabeth M. Chace

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Friends Mission to China

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George Fox Puzzle

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Modern Thought and Quaker Beliefs

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The Blind Man

The Blind Man stood on the road and cried. Crying that he might receive his sight.

Howard Thurman, dean of Marsh Chapel, Boston University, is a member of the Wider Quaker Fellowship. We are indebted to him as well as Harper and. Brothers, New York, for allowing us to print this chapter from his forthcoming book "Deep River", to be publshed on November 30, 1955. The price of the book will be two dollars. Posted in: Uncategorized
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Discipline for the Wider Quaker Fellowship?

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