Cover-Quaker Theology #29 - Summer-Fall 2016

Quaker Theology
Issue #29

  Summer-Fall 2016

Volume Fifteen, Number Two

A Progressive Journal and Forum
For Discussion and Study
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Editor: Chuck Fager
Associate Editors:
Stephen W. Angell
& Ann K. Riggs

ISSN 1526-7482

Quaker Theology #29 -- Summer-Fall 2016


Editor's Introduction

The Influence of Psychoanalysis and Popular Psychology on Quaker Thought & Practice: An Exploratory Survey. By Jacob Stone

Narrative Theology: The Land. By Ken Bradstock

Whittaker Chambers, Alger Hiss, and Quaker Leadership: A Problem for Friends.
        By H. Larry Ingle

Back From The Brink: North Carolina Yearly Meeting Says No To A Split.
        By Chuck Fager

Attachments: Documents associated with the North Carolina Yearly Meeting's
        Recent Actions


Our Life is Love: The Quaker Spiritual Journey. Marcelle Martin.
        Reviewed by Chuck Fager

Quiet Heroes: A Century of American Quakers' Love and Help for the Japanese and Japanese-Americans. Tsukasa Sugimura. Reviewed by Chuck Fager

About the Contributors


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the respective authors,
and all rights are reserved by them.

Except where otherwise noted,
the views expressed in articles in Quaker Theology
are those of the authors, and not necessarily those of
the Editors, or Quaker Ecumenical Seminars in Theology.

Cover photo by Chuck Fager.

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