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Editor’s Introduction

An Exchange:

Forgiveness: a journey or an obligation?
An Interview with Claire Ly

Response: Forgiveness and Letting-Go:
An Inter-Religious and Internal Dialogue
Sallie B. King

Love and Peace in Cuba Today, From the Perspective of
a Quaker. By Julio Antonio Cuesta Martínez; Introduction
by Stephen Angell

Varieties of Interpretation of Francis Howgill’s Works:
Apocalypse, Light and Convincement in Tension
by Frederick Martin


Carey, Ed., From Peace to Freedom: Quaker Rhetoric and the
Birth of American Antislavery, 1657-1761.
Carey & Plank, Eds., Quakers and Abolition.
Reviewed by H. Larry Ingle

Following Jesus: The Heart of Faith and Practice, by Paul Anderson . Barclay Press, 2013. 212 pages.
Reviewed by George Amoss Jr.

Chuck Fager, Paper Trail: Writings from the Front Line of Peace Action, Quaker House/Fort Bragg, 2001-2012 (Durham, North Carolina: Kimo Press, 2013), 502 pp.
Reviewed by John Kiriakou

Chuck Fager. Remaking Friends: How Progressive Friends Changed Quakerism & Helped Save America, 1822-1940. Durham, North Carolina: Kimo Press. 2014. Pp. 240.
Reviewed by Isaac May

Chuck Fager, ed. Angels of Progress: A Documentary History of the Progressive Friends: Radical Quakers in a Turbulent America. Durham, NC: Kimo Press, 2014. Pp. 469.
Reviewed by Stephen W. Angell

An Excerpt from Remaking Friends: How Progressive Friends Changed Quakerism & Helped Save America, 1822-1940.
By Chuck Fager

About the Contributors

Quaker Theology

A Progressive Journal and Forum For Discussion and Study

Issue #25 - Summer - Fall  2014
Volume Thirteen, Number Two

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Editor: Chuck Fager
Associate Editors:
Stephen W. Angell & Ann K. Riggs

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ISSN 1526-7482

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