I've written an article about how I, as a Quaker-shaped Christian, approach being in community with nontheists. It's been published in The Friend, and it's free to read. Do check it out! You can read it here.
In May 2019, the annual Swarthmore Lecture was given by Eden Grace, a member of New England Yearly Meeting and Director of Global Ministries for Friends United Meeting (FUM). Eden’s lecture was entitled ‘On earth as it is in heaven: The Kingdom of God and the yearning of creation.’ I'm blogging my reflections on the lecture, chapter by … Continue reading Reading the 2019 Swarthmore Lecture – Ch 1: The Kingdom is come and coming
A shorter version of this article first appeared in 'The Friend' on 20 April 2017. I find British Quakers reluctant to talk about evil. Can we use the words ‘evil’ and ‘sin’ in a way that is helpful and life affirming? The writers of Twelve Quakers and Evil (2006) show a strong desire to understand evil … Continue reading Finding a good way to talk about evil