The Quaker Reader

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Pendle Hill Publications, 1992 - Religion - 538 pages
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This long-treasured introduction includes a rich selection of Quaker writings from 1650 to the present. The writings illuminate the tenets of a just and loving religious faith and practice, and can inform and guide those familiar with or new to Quakerism.

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Small excerpts of writing from founders and influential Quakers over three centuries, compiled by Jessamyn West (The Friendly Persuasion). Read full review

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West, born in Indiana of Quaker parents, grew up and was educated in California. Essayist, reviewer, lecturer, and teacher, she was awarded six honorary doctorates in humane letters and literature.

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