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Quaker Theology

A Progressive Journal and Forum
for Discussion and Study

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Issue Number Five, Vol. 3  No. 2

Online Edition

Autumn, 2001

In This Issue

Editor: Chuck Fager

ISSN 1526-7490

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In This Issue

 

Editor’s Introduction

Quaker Peace Witness After 9/11 –
A Resource List

        by Chuck Fager

War in the Social Order: the Great War and the
Liberalization of American Quakerism

        by Howell John Harris

Crossroads of Western Quakerism in Africa
by Robert Juma Wafula

Stillness: Surrounding, Sustaining, Strengthening
        by Ann K. Riggs

Reviews:

A Catechism and Confession of Faith, by Robert Barclay. A New Edition in Modern English, edited by Dean Freiday and Arthur O. Roberts.
        Reviewed by Thomas D. Paxson, Jr.

Ham Sok Hon: Voice of the People and Pioneer of Religious Pluralism in Twentieth Century Korea; Biography of a Korean Quaker. By Kim Sung Soo.
        Reviewed by Chuck Fager

Mim and the Klan: A Hoosier Quaker Farm Family’s Story.
Cynthia Stanley Russell.
        Reviewed by Chuck Fager

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