Quaker Theology #10 -- Spring-Summer 2004


Priscilla Elaine Eppinger is Assistant Professor of Religion at Graceland University, Lamoni Iowa. Her fields of interest include Ecological Theology, Ministries of the Church, and Christian Feminist Theologies. Her doctoral dissertation was Lucretia Mott: Theology is Reformís Foundation.

Chuck Fager is Editor of Quaker Theology and Director of Quaker House in Fayetteville, North Carolina. His most recent books include Shaggy Locks & Birkenstocks: Exploring Liberal Quaker Theology, and A Quaker Declaration of War.

Gulielma Fager, a graduate of the University of Virginia, is a member of Langley Hill Friends Meeting in McLean VA. She is a curriculum specialist for an online educational firm.

Dean J. Johnson is Assistant Dean, Director of Plowshares, and Assistant Professor of Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies, Goshen College, Goshen, Indiana. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Religious and Theological Studies at the University of Denver and the Iliff School of Theology, Denver, CO.

Brett Miller-White, a member of the Swannanoa Valley Friends Meeting in Black Mountain NC and a Muslim Attender at the Islamic Center in Asheville NC is retired from a real estate syndication career. This was interrupted over the past forty years by lay missionary service in the Middle East and Haiti. In the sixties the National Council of Churches elected him to be an Associate Director of Church World Service. In the seventies he served as the Associate Director of Pendle Hill.

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