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eBook Letters from Lillian: Faith and Practice Among Modern Liberal Quakers ePub

by Elizabeth F. Boardman

  • ISBN: 1468161830
  • Category: Christian Living
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Elizabeth F. Boardman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 2, 2012)
  • Pages: 140
  • ePub book: 1591 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1885 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 303

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Elizabeth Boardman has been an active Quaker for many years and is now a member of Redwood Forest . A Field Guide for Monthly Meeting Clerks and Letters from Lillian: Faith and Practice among Modern Liberal Quakers.

Elizabeth Boardman has been an active Quaker for many years and is now a member of Redwood Forest Meeting in Santa Rosa, Calif. Her books on Quaker themes include Where Should I Stand? A Field Guide for Monthly Meeting Clerks and Letters from Lillian: Faith and Practice among Modern Liberal Quakers. Much of her poetry deals with issues of faith.

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A lively, imaginary correspondence is used to describe ordinary life among American Quakers in "unprogrammed" Friends Meetings where there is no pastor

A lively, imaginary correspondence is used to describe ordinary life among American Quakers in "unprogrammed" Friends Meetings where there is no pastor. Lillian is one of the committed volunteer members who facilitate the silent Meetings for Worship, run the consensus-based business sessions, and sort out theological and ethical issues. She tells her curious friend, Marla, that participants are "seekers.

Lillian is one of the committed volunteer members who facilitate the silent Meetings for Worship, run the .

Lillian is one of the committed volunteer members who facilitate the silent Meetings for Worship, run the consensus-based business sessions, and sort out theological and ethical issues. The consequences of that one principle extend to every part of a Quaker life

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A lively, imaginary correspondence is used to describe ordinary life among American Quakers in "unprogrammed" Friends Meetings where there is no pastor. Lillian is one of the committed volunteer members who facilitate the silent Meetings for Worship, run the consensus-based business sessions, and sort out theological and ethical issues. She tells her curious friend, Marla, that participants are "seekers." Based in the Christian tradition, Quakers share just one absolute concept: that there is a divine spark in every human being which is to be protected and nurtured. The consequences of that one principle extend to every part of a Quaker life. A bit of a plot develops as Marla gets to know more about Quakers from Lillian and from a young man working with her. There is a large amount of information in this easy-to-read volume. Perfect for students of comparative religion and for seekers of every kind.