Encounter With Silence: Reflections from the Quaker Tradition
Silence is a key characteristic of Quaker worship. The author shares his experience of learning to wait in the silence and find God. Perfect for seekers, inquirers and seasoned Friends.
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SILENCE IN THE QUAKER TRADITION
Stillness and Speaking
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