About the Contributors

Guy Aiken is a PhD student in Religious Studies at the University of Virginia, specializing in American Religions. Though he is not affiliated with a Monthly Meeting, he helped coordinate the summer 2010 Young Adult Leadership Development (YALD) program at Pendle Hill. In fall 2010 the Canadian Quaker History Journal published his article on Thomas Kelly, “Then and the Eternal Now,” and in the winter of 2012
Quaker Religious Thought published his article on Rufus Jones’s Christology, “Who Took the Christ Out of Quakerism?” This summer he gave a version of the present article as a paper at the
CQHA.

Stephen Angell is the Leatherock Professor of Quaker Studies at Earlham School of Religion, Richmond Indiana, and associate Editor of Quaker Theology.

Chuck Fager, the Editor of Quaker Theology, will retire as
Director of Quaker House in Fayetteville/Fort Bragg North Carolina at the end of November 2012.

Sarah Werner is a doctoral student in the Department of Religion at the University of Florida. Her areas of interest are environmental ethics, religion and science in the 19th century, and ethics in the American land conservation movement. Her dissertation topic is on religious and ethical paradigms of land and how such a land ethic changes when degraded land is ecologically restored.

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