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Stephen Angell is Leatherock Professor of Quaker Studies at the Earlham School of Religion.
Pink Dandelion is Professor of Quaker Studies at the University of Birmingham.
Table of Contents
List of Contributors
Introduction, Pink Dandelion and Stephen W. Angell
I: History of Quakerism
1. Seventeenth Century Context and Quaker Beginnings, 1646-1666, Rosemary Moore
2. Restoration Quakerism, 1666-1691, Richard C. Allen
3. Quietist Quakerism, 1692-ca. 1805, Robynne Rogers Healey
4. Hicksite, Orthodox and Evangelical Quakerism, ca. 1805 1887, Thomas D. Hamm
5. Modernist and Liberal Quakers, 1887-2010, J. William Frost
6. Five Years Meeting and Friends United Meeting, 1887 2010, Gregory P. Hinshaw
7. Evangelical Quakers, 1887-2010, Arthur O. Roberts
8. Conservative Quakers, 1845-2010, Lloyd Lee Wilson
II: Quaker Theology and Spirituality
9. Quakers in Theological Context, Carole Dale Spencer
10. God, Christ, and the Light, Stephen W. Angell
11. Sin, Convincement, Purity, and Perfection, Nikki Coffey Tousley
12. Quakers and Scripture, Howard R. Macy
13. Quakers, Eschatology and Time, Douglas Gwyn
14. The Kingdom of God, Quakers and the Politics of Compassion, Gerard Guiton
15. Quaker Women s Lives and Spiritualities, Mary Van Vleck Garman
16. Leadings and Discernment, Michael Birkel
17. Worship and Sacraments, David L. Johns
III: Quaker Witness
18. Ministry and Preaching, Michael Phillip Graves
19. Travelling Ministry, Sylvia Stevens
20. Mission, Jacalynn Stuckey Welling
21. Quakers, other churches and other faith, Janet Scott
22. Plainness and Simplicity, Emma Lapsansky
23. Quakers, Antislavery and Race, Elizabeth Cazden
24. Quakers, War, and Peacemaking, Lonnie Valentine
25. Quakers and Penal reform, Mike Nellis and Maureen Waugh
26. Quakers and Asylum Reform, Charles L. Cherry
27. Quakers and Education, Elizabeth Ann O Donnell
28. Quakers, Business and Philanthropy, Mark Freeman
29. Quakers and the Family, Edwina Newman
30. Quakers and Sexuality, Petra L. Doan and Elizabeth P. Kamphausen
31. Quakers, Youth, and Young Adults, Max L. Carter and Simon Best
IV: Quaker Expression
32. Quakers. Print Culture, and Literature, Betty Hagglund
33. Quakers and Visual Culture, Roger Homan
34. Quakers, Philosophy and Truth, Jeffrey Dudiak and Laura Rediehs
35. Quakers and Science, Geoffrey Cantor
36. Quakers and Ethics, Jackie Leach Scully
37. Global Quakerism and the Future of Friends., Margery Post Abbott