Encounter With Silence: Reflections from the Quaker Tradition

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FRIENDS UNITED Press(IN), Jan 1, 1987 - Religion - 131 pages
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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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This is a great introduction to the beautiful mysteries of silent worship in the Quaker tradition. Punshon talks through many and various aspects of this approach to worship and relates his own ... Read full review

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I thought the author did a good job of writing a slim, informative book about the Quaker tradition and some of the ways it branches out today. He also brought his personal experiences to bear on the ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
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SILENCE IN THE QUAKER TRADITION
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Stillness and Speaking
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Copyright

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