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The Passion of the Christ: Thoughts Prompted by a Discussion about the Film

At a local cinema, in a small town in New Zealand, The Passion of the Christ was showing. While I […]

Tanya Garland is a member of St. Giles, Oxford Meeting (England). She graduated in Theology from Oxford University and taught Religious Education for 20 years in Oxford and in Jerusalem secondary schools. She is also a qualified counselor and has worked with refugee children in Oxford for three years.

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Shake before Opening

Most of us experience an internal struggle before participating in vocal ministry. The shy child within us can hold us […]

Chip Thomas, a software engineer, is a member of Marlborough (Pa.) Meeting and recording clerk of Western Quarterly Meeting. He serves as Web manager for Friends Tract Association.

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Talking to Bob

On a clear, cool Friday afternoon several months ago, I led a small group of third‐graders up to the ham […]

William G. Alberts, a member of Plymouth Meeting in Plymouth Meeting, Pa., offers a ham radio program at Plymouth Meeting Friends School. His call letters are KC3PX.

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Concerning Economic Policy and Friends Testimonies: An Open Letter

Pendle Hill Wallingford, Pa., USA Third First Day, Sixth Month, 2003 To Friends Everywhere, We greet you as 29 individuals, […]

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Auburn Prison Friends Meeting after 30 Years

In 2005 Auburn Prison Quaker Meeting will observe its 30th year of continuous existence. Meeting time is 9–11 a.m. every […]

Edward Stabler, a member of Syracuse (N.Y.) Meeting, is a retired professor of Computer Engineering at Syracuse University. He attended the first worship session at Auburn Prison and the first Alternatives to Violence Project workshop there.

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Musings on Aging and Death

A recent illness has forced me not to deny the facts of my apparent mortality any longer. Culturally, through a […]

Horatio C Wood IV, a retired physician specializing in psychiatry, is a member of Community Meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio. This is an abridgment of a paper that he presented at Haverford College on the occasion of his 50th reunion in 2000.

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FWCC 2004 Triennial in New Zealand

Attending a Friends World Committee for Consultation Triennial can be an occasion, or a season of grace, where we can […]

Marvin Hubbard was one of New Zealand/Aotearoa's representatives to the 2004 Triennial.

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A Look Back at the FWCC Peace Conference

Love is the only way. It is an eternal reminder to a generation depending on nuclear and atomic energy, a […]

Robert L. Wixom is a member of Columbus (Mo.) Meeting. George Rubin, Friends Journal News Editor, and the FWCC-Americas office contributed to the "Since the Conference" section.

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The Passion

By the time I saw Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ, much had been written about the film’s violence. […]

Diane Reynolds attends Patapsco Preparative Meeting in Ellicott City, Md.

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Being ‘Of the World’

This month Friends Journal brings you a selection of articles that deal with engagement in the world. Some authors may […]

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