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Past Perfect by Stephen Mitchell

Past Perfect

Stephen Mitchell

Christian Middle Way, The by Robert M. Ellis

Christian Middle Way, The

Robert M. Ellis

Friday's Child by Brian Mountford

Friday's Child

Brian Mountford

Sing Out for Justice by Ray Vincent

Sing Out for Justice

Ray Vincent

Heart of Oneness by Jennifer Kavanagh

Heart of Oneness

Jennifer Kavanagh

Why Progressives Need God by Jonathan Clatworthy

Why Progressives Need God

Jonathan Clatworthy

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The Quaker Way Aug 13 2018

by Rex Ambler My book, The Quaker Way, started out as a series of talks, intended to communicate as directly as I could what it means to be Quaker and to follow the Quaker way, especially to people...

Divine justice, worldly justice, the kingdom of God Jul 27 2018

by Jack Call What is the difference between divine justice and worldly justice? God has the power to prevent everyone from ever acting unjustly, but he doesn’t have the power to make every...

Introducing Quaker Quicks Jul 1 2018

Quaker Quicks is a new series from Christian Alternative focusing upon aspects of Quaker faith and theology. Beginning with /Quaker Roots and Branches/ the series will build into a valuable resour...

Changing Things by Rex Ambler Jun 26 2018

If there’s one thing we can be sure of in the Quaker way, it is that Quakers are concerned to change the world. Action When Friends are challenged by a situation that concerns them and they ha...

Christian Devotionals 2: God Calling May 26 2018

Christian devotional literature, also known as devotionals, is religious writing that is neither doctrinal nor theological, but designed for individuals to read for their personal edification and...

Christian Devotionals 1 - Father John Woolley May 24 2018

Christian devotional literature, also known as devotionals, is religious writing that is neither doctrinal nor theological, but designed for individuals to read for their personal edification and...

Who is to blame for snow? Mar 2 2018

Reprinted from Jonathan Clatworthy's blog: http://www.clatworthy.org How dare it snow, and mess up our plans? What went wrong? Okay, you and I know that nobody is to blame. No human, anyway...