Writing elsewhere

Here’s what I’ve written elsewhere:

Blogs

Russ, Mark. “The Cost of the ‘Blessed Community’.” Woodbrooke Learning Blog (blog), August 27, 2020.

Russ, Mark. “Stronger Together – a Quaker Reflection on Pride.” Woodbrooke Learning Blog (blog), July 3, 2020.

Russ, Mark. “Mysticism or Activism?” Woodbrooke Learning Blog (blog), February 27, 2020.

Russ, Mark. “Answering That of God in Everyone?” Woodbrooke Learning Blog (blog), February 15, 2019. .

Russ, Mark. “Bible Study for Quakers.” Woodbrooke Learning Blog (blog), August 14, 2018.

Russ, Mark. “How Many Ways Can Quakers Worship?” Woodbrooke Learning Blog (blog), October 17, 2017.

Journals

Russ, Mark. “‘Why Do You Call Me Good?’: Whiteness and Quaker Theological Fragility.” The Friends Quarterly 49, no. 3 (August 2021): 14–24.

Russ, Mark. “Herod.” The Friend 178, no. 51 (December 18, 2020): 18.

Russ, Mark Daniel. “Quaker Eschatology in Britain through the Lens of Narrative.” Quaker Studies 25, no. 2 (2020): 207–25.

Russ, Mark . “A Black Theology of Liberation by James Cone.” The Friend 178, no. 35 (August 27, 2020): 16–17.

Russ, Mark. “The God of Broad Places.” The Friend 177, no. 50 (December 13, 2019): 14–15.

Russ, Mark. “Let’s Talk about Evil.” The Friend 175, no. 60 (April 21, 2017): 10–11.

Russ, Mark. “The Nayler Passion.” The Friend 171, no. 31 (August 2, 2013): 12–13.

Other

Russ, Mark D. “Towards a Quaker Theology of Hope: Postmodern Quaker Eschatology through the Lens of Narrative.” University of Nottingham, 2019. [Unpublished MA thesis]

Russ, Mark D. “Every Child a Musician?: Exploring the Impact of Music Education Provision in English Primary Schools on Pupils’ Musical Identity.” University of London, Institute of Education, 2013. [Unpublished MA thesis]

Russ, Mark. Creating Community, Creating Connections. Edited by Howard Nurden. Journeys in the Spirit, Young People, Issue 7. Friends House, London: Children & Young People’s Staff Team, Quaker Life, 2009.