Quaker Theology #22 - Front Cover

Quaker Theology

A Progressive Journal and Forum
For Discussion and Study

Issue #22
Winter-Spring  2013
Volume Twelve, Number One

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

ISSN 1526-7482


Contents

Issue Introduction


Indiana Yearly Meeting Schism Update:

Editor’s Introduction to
Indiana Yearly Meeting Update & Documents

Update: The “Reconfiguration” of Indiana Yearly Meeting
Enters an Intense Organizational Phase,

By Stephen W. Angell

Documents:

Camping Out at the Borderland: Reflections on Life
in a Liminal Time (Ruth 1: 1-14)

By Stephanie Crumley-Effinger

From the Indiana Yearly Meeting Communicator,
January 30, 2013

Remarks for Representative Council, 9-29-2012
by Thomas Hamm

Difficult Intervals: Studying Music and Violence
by Heidi Hart

An Excerpt from Howard and Anna Brinton:
Re-inventors of Quakerism In the Twentieth Century
,
An Interpretive Biography,

by Anthony Manousos

Questions for Howard: A Kind of Review of
Anthony Manousos’ new Brinton Biography,

by Chuck Fager


Reviews

The Still Small Voice in the Wilderness:
The Treatment of Silence in Two Abolitionist Quaker Narratives—Tracy Chevalier’s The Last Runaway and Linda Spalding’s The Purchase

Reviewed by Selena Middleton

A Peace of Africa, Reflections on Life In The
Great Lakes Region, by David Zarembka

Reviewed by Chuck Fager

350 Years of the Society of Friends
in North America: 1661-2011
.
A Graphic History by Geoffrey Kaiser.

Reviewed by Chuck Fager

About the Contributors

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Cover Art:
Iris: A Bouquet for Grayson & Wendy.
Photos by Chuck Fager.

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