Cover - Quaker Theology #23 - Summer-Fall 2013

Summer-Fall 2013 -- Volume Twelve, Number Two

Editor’s Introduction -- Chuck Fager

Editorial Introduction and Excerpts from The Dance Between Hope and Fear, a book by John Calvi

Text & Responses:
[Note to online readers: The entire collection of documents and responses in this section is uploaded as one document file; to read individual items, scroll down within it.]
“Quakers & Homosexuality Press Statement,” from Friends Church Kenya

Background & Context: Homosexuality, Law, Religion
&Violence In Africa Today, by The Editors

Responses to the FCK Statement:

Pablo Stanfield
Cindy Perry
Rich Liversidge
Doug Bennett
Mary Heathman
Geoffrey Kaiser

Epistle to the 2012 World Conference of Friends, held in Kenya, from Friends for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer Concerns

Progressive Friends, Two Perspectives:

One: The Top Ten Reasons Why They're The Most
Interesting Quakers We Never Heard Of

by Chuck Fager

Two: The Battle for Battle Creek: Sectarian Competition in the Yankee West,
by Brian C. Wilson


Allan W. Austin, Quaker Brotherhood: Interracial Activism and the American Friends Service Committee, 1917-1950
Gerard Guiton, The Early Quakers and the Kingdom of God: Peace, Testimony and Revolution.

Reviewed by H. Larry Ingle

About the Contributors
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ISSN 1526-7482

Cover Art: “Angels For Sale”
Photo  by Chuck Fager

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