3 edition of An address to the Quakers found in the catalog.
An address to the Quakers
|Statement||by the Rev. Billy Hibbard ..|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 22997|
|Contributions||Hibbard, Billy, 1771-1844.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, -132 p.|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||87526446|
Get this from a library. A plain address to the Quakers, Moravians, Separatists, Separate-Baptists, Rogerenes, and other enthusiasts ; on immediate impulses and revelations, &c.
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This book is superb; I read it in one sitting because I couldn't set it aside. The history of the Quakers is long and varied. This book tried to show how different the Quakers viewed their relationship with God; An address to the Quakers book could have a direct relationship with God without a church, ministers, or hierarchy/5(52).
Hello Select your address Holiday Deals Gift Cards Best A Quaker Book of Wisdom: Life Lessons In Simplicity, Service, And Common Sense. by Robert Lawrence Smith | out of 5 stars Paperback $ $ 89 $ $ Get it as. The Quakers were heavily involved in the history of Pennsylvania, in abolitionism, in women's movements, and several key figures in American history were Quakers, such as Alice Paul, Herbert Hoover and Richard Nixon.
Most of the book, however, focuses not on Quakers in the spotlight, but on the lives of more typical Quakers/5(9).
"[T]he Handbook is the landmark achievement in its comprehensiveness and nuance. It demonstrates Quakerism to be a diverse and complex religion that is constantly changing and interacting with external pressures, and it shows Quaker Studies to be a cutting-edge and active field of scholarship."Reviews: 9.
Quakers, or the Religious Society of Friends, was founded in England in the 17th century by George Fox and played a key role in abolition and women’s suffrage. Introduction Quakers - the Religious Society of Friends Quaker meeting at Gracechurch Street ©. Quakers are members of a group with Christian roots that began in England in the s.
Quaker women had authority from God, but power did not translate into personal autonomy. Historians disagree about An address to the Quakers book relationships between early Quaker husbands and wives.
A careful examination of writings by male Friends leads J. William Frost to depict conventionally male- dominated families among Friends in the American colonies. The Quaker book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Glasgow, In the grip of the worst winter for years, the city is b /5().
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The brutality of The Quaker‘s latest murder Reviews: Come to a Quaker meeting. If you would like to talk to somebody about coming along to meeting for worship, you may either: contact a meeting near you directly by using the Find a meeting page; speak to somebody at Friends House, call or email [email protected]; Staff usually work between 9am–5pm.
The historic Bush River Quaker Cemetery, Newberry, South Carolina: with selected Bush River Quaker bibliography Judith Friedman Russell Russell, Judith Friedman. M ention the Quakers, and often the image that springs to mind is the face of porridge oats: a white-haired man in a wide-brimmed hat.
Modern. Historian Hamm utters what were, for me, this documentary’s most profound words: “Quakers try not to be proud, but there is something to be proud of for being countercultural for peace and justice, pulling the larger community to recognize the need to be more just and fair, and, yes, add I, more radical.”.
An updated edition that covered the history of Quakers after in detail and included more female individuals, as well as non-white Quakers, would be welcome. It is inexplicable that the book omits Elizabeth Ashbridge, one of the first Quaker female authors of note; Bayard Rustin, the black Q Encyclopedia-style history of the Quakers/5(2).
In June,co-editors Cherice Bock and Stephen Potthoff were pleased to present Volume 6, entitled Quakers, Creation Care, and this unprecedented gathering of essays on ecology, creation care, and sustainability, over two dozen Quaker authors and scholars address some of the most pressing concerns of our day.
THE QUAKERS: A Very Short Introduction by Pink Dandelion is a pretty substantial presentation of Quaker life and belief in pages. Dandelion divides the book into the chapters History, Worship, Belief, Theology and language, Ecumenism and finally The future of Quakerism/5(38).
Quakers mark 50 years since gay rights affirmation: book Towards a Quaker View of Sex said homosexual affection could not be morally worse than that of heterosexuals.
September September Manchester, England: The Guardian. The authors are careful to explain what Quakers believed at every stage of their development and how they organized their lives around the religious and social movements they fostered or fought against.
The second part of this engaging book is a biographical dictionary of Quaker leaders. The Religious Society of Friends began as a movement in England in the midth century in s are informally known as Quakers, as they were said "to tremble in the way of the Lord".The movement in its early days faced strong opposition and persecution, but it continued to expand across the British Isles and then in the Americas and Africa.
Bill, a Quaker minister, has been described as “ a substantial spiritual guide, but never in a flashy way. Think of. oh, perhaps Mister Rogers meets the Dalai Lama.” Bill will read passages from his book spending equal time discussing each of the four essentials, followed by a period for questions.
Today, Quakers are a worldwide, global community of people who are diverse in every way, include what they believe and practice. There are a variety of Quaker Faith and Practices online that give a much deeper perspective on this question. Quaker diaries, or journals, were commonly published in earlier times; today it is not so common.
In this volume, however, we have more than eight years of journaling by Friend Gregory Barnes. In sharing so intimate a document, Barnes sometimes omitted names and specific references, and sometimes he did not, depending on the nature of the diary.
Quakers in Britain recognised only the Orthodox Quakers and refused to correspond with the Hicksites. Beaconite controversy. Isaac Crewdson was a Recorded Minister in Manchester, UK.
His book A Beacon to the Society of Friends insisted that the inner light was at odds with a religious belief in salvation by the atonement of Christ. “Once a state has completely withered away, it is an extremely difficult task to re-create it, as Blackwell quickly discovered.
If Blackwell had been under any illusions that the Quakers were a meek and passive people, he was in for a rude surprise.
In this book, Fager brings together stories from members of his own generation, known as “Baby Boomers.” He calls his contributing writers a “motley crew,” Friends whom he invited to tell their various stories to paint a picture of how Quaker lives have spoken in the post-WWII United States.
The Quakers, also known as the Religious Society of Friends, was one of many religious groups sparked into existence by the English Puritan Revolution of the midththe Quakers include both liberal and conservative congregations.
Even so, all Quakers believe in fostering peace, finding alternative solutions to problems, and seeking the "inner light" or internal guidance of. The Quakers: A Very Short Introduction charts the history of Quakerism and its present-day diversity, and outlines its approach to worship, belief, theology and language, and ecumenism.
It explains the origins of the Quakers: how they emerged from the social unrest of. Get News Alerts. Rombach Avenue, Wilmington OH, What Quakers Do. It is very important for Friends to “Let your lives preach.” That said, “Faith in Action” is a core part of the Quaker tradition.
There are many ways that Friends manifest their faith in the world. Follow the link below for a list of some of the ways that happens. Read more about what Quakers do in. David Brion Davis and Steven Mintz wrote in their book, "The Boisterous Sea of Liberty: A Documentary History of America from Discovery through the Civil War," that "Slavery posed special problems for Quakers, who strove to lead sinless lives.
Inthe Philadelphia Yearly Meeting forbade Quakers from buying or selling slaves and required. Quakers compiled the first of these books of discipline in Regular revision and being open to new truths is part of who Quakers are and that has led each new generation of Quakers to revise the book.
The current book is an anthology of witness and wisdom, called Quaker faith & practice. "This book puts on the table numerous richly detailed pieces of the puzzle that is Quakers' antislavery. The essays are a pleasure to read, both individually and as a group, and they are indicative of the exciting directions in which scholarship at the intersection of Quaker and abolitionist historiography might be headed." The function of the QIC contact page is to help individuals on their spiritual journey and not a homework resource for students doing school projects on Quakerism (example: "tell me all about Quakers").
Contacting QIC. Fill out a form on our Contact page. E-mail address: [email protected] (Please indicate your location because it often helps. Quakers and Literature: Quaker Perspectives is Volume 3 of the Friends Association for Higher Education (FAHE) series Quakers and the Disciplines.
See the full collection here. For the majority of the more than years of the Society of Friends, Quakers regularly denounced imaginative literature and the arts as at best frivolous and at worst morally depraved.
Quaker Information Center • Earlham School of Religion • College Ave. • Richmond, IN [email protected] The Quakers (Book): Williams, Jean Kinney: Examines the history, notable individuals, beliefs, way of life, and current status of this longstanding Christian group. When the Civil War began, many people of different religious faiths supported the Confederate war effort.
A number of Protestant ministers even served in the military. Yet, one religious group—the Quakers—went against majority opinion and refused to support the war. From the early years of the North Carolina colony, the Quakers, or Society of Friends, held certain beliefs that differed.
A Book of Discipline may refer to one of the various books issued by a Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, setting out what it means to be a Quaker in that Yearly common name for this book varies from one Yearly Meeting to another and includes Book of Discipline, Faith and Practice, Christian Faith and Practice, Quaker Faith and Practice, Church Government and.
By the early nineteenth century, Quakers were engaged in moral reform movements in numbers wildly disproportionate to the sect's size. As many as a third of all early nineteenth century feminists and antislavery activists were Quakers.
Document: The Humble Address of the People called Quakers in the Province of New York.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 64 pages: illustrations (chiefly color) ; 21 cm. Contents:?Who are the Quakers? / The Origins of Quakerism / A Peculiar People / The Peace Testimony / That of God in Everyone / The Inner Light / Trade, Politics, Learning and the Arts / Live Adventurously / Places to Visit / Further Reading / Index.
During World War II, many American Quakers joined the Friends Ambulance Unit, an unofficial body supported by British Quakers. This allowed Quakers to volunteer as medical and ambulance personnel on the battlefields of the Middle East, India, China, and northwestern Europe.
1,2 This was a particularly high risk assignment.