A nontheist Friend on the role of Jesus and Christianity in his life.
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Jim Cain is a member and former clerk of Atlanta (Ga.) Meeting, currently attending Collective Church, a "misfit faith community" in DeLand, Fla. He's recently retired from a long career in public mental health. He has co-led Friends General Conference Gathering workshops on "Nontheism Among Friends" and "Reclaiming the Sacred" and made a presentation on the evolution of God to nontheist Friends at this summer's Gathering.Posted in: Features, Quakers and Christianity
Our pursuit of truth should be held in the Light.
Mike Mangiaracina is an attender of Adelphi (Md.) Meeting. He taught for ten years in two Friends schools before being called to teach in Washington, D.C.’s public schools, where he has been teaching elementary school math and science for nine years.Posted in: Conflict and Controversy, Features
By Valerie Brown. Pendle Hill Pamphlets (number 446), 2017. 27 pages. $7/pamphlet. In this short pamphlet, Valerie Brown introduces readers […]
Karie Firoozmand is a member of Stony Run Meeting in Baltimore, Md., and the editor of the Friends Journal book review column.Posted in: November 2017 Books, Quaker Libraries
We need to help each other grow in recognizing, discerning, and responding when the Spirit leads.
Marcelle Martin, a member of Swarthmore (Pa.) Meeting, is a writer, teacher, workshop leader, and author of Our Life Is Love: The Quaker Spiritual Journey. Her blog is at awholeheart.com.Posted in: Features, September 2017
By Adam S. McHugh. IVP Books, 2015. $16/paperback; $15.99/eBook. For McHugh the act of listening, in its broadest sense of […]
William Shetter is a member of Bloomington (Ind.) Meeting, and an occasional contributor to the quarterly publication What Canst Thou Say?, focusing on mystical experience and contemplative practice.Posted in: Crossing Cultures, October 2016 Books, Quaker Book Reviews
FJ PODCAST SUBSCRIPTION: ITUNES | DOWNLOAD | RSS | STITCHER On the FJ Podcast. From the article: That walk further […]
6th Annual Student Voices Project