Quaker Theology #32 -Spring 2018- is AFSC A Lost Cause?


Quaker Theology

A Progressive Journal and Forum
For Discussion and Study



Issue #32



Winter-Spring 2018

Volume Seventeen, Number One

Editor: Chuck Fager
Associate Editors:
Stephen W. Angell


ISSN 1526-7482






Contents


Editor's Introduction

PRELUDE: Two Documents From Discussions held at FGC
in  Richmond Indiana, July, 1979:

Final Summary of Concerns About the AFSC; and
The AFSC and Quaker Service: A Reappraisal
   
ONE: “Truly Radical, Non-violent, Friendly Approaches":
Challenges to the American Friends Service Committee,

H. Larry Ingle

TWO: From Supporter to Friendly Critic:
How AFSC Changed Me,
  H. Larry Ingle


THREE: The American Friends Service Committee, 1947-49:
The Cold War's Effect, H. Larry Ingle

FOUR: Pickett vs. Chambers: A Case Study of Elite Class Power,
H. Larry Ingle


FIVE: "Speak Truth to Power": A Thirty Years Retrospective (1985), 
H. Larry Ingle


SIX: An Exchange About Numbers;
AFSC and Southern Appalachian Yearly Meeting & Association (SAYMA), 2011-2012


SEVEN: A Flicker of Hope: AFSC & Friends, 1981, 
Chuck Fager

EIGHT: Another False Dawn: AFSC, 1991-1992.
Chuck Fager

NINE: Introduction to Quaker Service at the Crossroads - 1988
Chuck Fager

TEN: Gilbert White & AFSC: A Letter to the Editor, Friends Journal, 2006,
H. Larry Ingle & Chuck Fager


ELEVEN: Can The AFSC Get Its Quaker Groove Back? (2010)
Chuck Fager




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