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State of Society Reports 2005

During 2005, described in one report as a year “filled with growth and challenge,” Friends experienced spiritual renewal and strengthened […]

Robert Marks, one of Friends Journal's volunteer News editors, attends Broadmead Meeting in Toledo, Ohio.

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Is Saving Seed a Human Right?

Quaker International Affairs Programme (QIAP) began its work in Ottawa by focusing on intellectual property rights and transnational trade. At […]

Keith Helmuth is a member of New Brunswick Monthly Meeting (Canada). He currently lives in Philadelphia, Pa.

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One Quaker’s Response to the Pope

Paul Anderson of Evangelical Friends International, Northwest Yearly Meeting, and George Fox University has shared with me his long contribution […]

Newton Garver, a member of Buffalo (N.Y.) Meeting, is emeritus professor of Philosophy at SUNY/Buffalo.

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One Response after Another

I appreciate Newton Garver’s review of my response to the Vatican, and I am also grateful for being welcomed by […]

Paul Anderson, a member of North Valley Friends Church in Newberg, Oreg., is professor of Biblical and Quaker Studies at George Fox University. A leading scholar on the Gospel of John, he is the author of The Christology of the Fourth Gospel.

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Stewardship of Our Nation’s Wealth

Stewardship of the Earth and its creatures is basic to Quaker faith and practice, a natural concomitant to care for […]

Nancy Milio is professor emeritus of Health Policy at University of North Carolina and a member of Chapel Hill (N.C.) Meeting.

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Changing the Rules of Scrabble

Cultural pressure seems to emphasize competitive achievement through conflict and winning. We would like to share how rule changes in […]

Alice and Bob Mabbs are members of Sioux Falls (S. Dakota) Meeting, which met in their home for two decades.

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Quaker Truth‐Seeking and the Unitary Presidency

As citizens, many of us in the U.S. are uncomfortable with a president who claims powers that place him above […]

Nancy Milio is professor emeritus of Health Policy at University of North Carolina and a member of Chapel Hill (N.C.) Meeting.

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The ‘Quaker sweat’ is an important rite of passage

I read with concern the letters in the December 2005 Forum regarding the Quaker sweat lodge and Friends General Conference. […]

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Counter‐Recruitment in Cookeville, Tennessee

Hector, isn’t it a Quaker thing to be concerned with the influence of the military on our children?” With such […]

Hector Black is a member of Crossville (Tenn.) Meeting and now attends Cookeville Preparative Meeting. He is a fruit grower with interests in organic farming, peace, and classical music. He works against the death penalty.

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Quakerism, Community, and Katrina

I am compelled to speak to the meaning of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. It warns: discard the “ownership society”—the […]

Nancy Milio is professor emeritus of Health Policy at University of North Carolina and a member of Chapel Hill (N.C.) Meeting.

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