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  • The Inward Journey of Isaac Penington - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    difference Your generosity supports our vision to create peace with justice in the world by transforming lives Pendle Hill Annual Fund Gift Planning Ways to Give Your Support Matters Volunteer Opportunities Pendle Hill Stories EXPLORE our Quaker retreat conference center Pendle Hill is a study retreat and conference center located on 23 tranquil acres in the heart of a Quaker community near Philadelphia Pennsylvania News Notes Vision Mission History Community Life Worship Board Staff Employment Campus Tours Forms Downloads The Inward Journey of Isaac Penington By Robert Leach Pendle Hill Pamphlet 29 1945 Price 9 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis A condensation of the 1400 page 1761 edition of Isaac Pennington s work with a discussion of God free will and justification By Robert Leach Pendle Hill Pamphlet 29 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books Pendle Hill Pamphlets Sets Pamphlet Subscriptions Pamphlet View All Cart Most of our wonderful lectures and presentations are streamed live over the Internet We also record them for those who are unable to watch the live session To view upcoming live stream and past recorded events on your computer tablet or smartphone click on the button below Our Latest Articles What does it mean to live with Integrity Pendle Hill Rewind February 1962 Welcome Susan Chast Pendle Hill s new Artist in Residence January 2016 E newsletter Featured Events Conversations with Land deep listening mark making Feb 5 Apr 30 2016 Open Studio Session 02 13 16 Feb 13 2016 Living the Compassionate Life

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  • William Penn's No Cross, No Crown - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    supports our vision to create peace with justice in the world by transforming lives Pendle Hill Annual Fund Gift Planning Ways to Give Your Support Matters Volunteer Opportunities Pendle Hill Stories EXPLORE our Quaker retreat conference center Pendle Hill is a study retreat and conference center located on 23 tranquil acres in the heart of a Quaker community near Philadelphia Pennsylvania News Notes Vision Mission History Community Life Worship Board Staff Employment Campus Tours Forms Downloads William Penn s No Cross No Crown Abridged by Anna Brinton Pendle Hill Pamphlet 30 1945 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis Penn s view of conducting one s life in obedience to God A companion to Barclay in Brief and Pennington s The Inward Journey Abridged by Anna Brinton Pendle Hill Pamphlet 30 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books Pendle Hill Pamphlets Sets Pamphlet Subscriptions Pamphlet View All Cart Most of our wonderful lectures and presentations are streamed live over the Internet We also record them for those who are unable to watch the live session To view upcoming live stream and past recorded events on your computer tablet or smartphone click on the button below Our Latest Articles What does it mean to live with Integrity Pendle Hill Rewind February 1962 Welcome Susan Chast Pendle Hill s new Artist in Residence January 2016 E newsletter Featured Events Conversations with Land deep listening mark making Feb 5 Apr 30 2016 Open Studio Session 02 13 16 Feb 13 2016 Living the

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  • Our Hearts Are Restless - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    Vision Mission History Community Life Worship Board Staff Employment Campus Tours Forms Downloads Our Hearts Are Restless By Gilbert Kilpack Pendle Hill Pamphlet 32 1946 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis The author believes that all human life and thought depends on the first three chapters of the book of Genesis Friends testify to these passages and address separation from the Creator About the Author s Gilbert Kilpack was born and raised in Portland Oregon He did his undergraduate work at the University of Oregon and received an M A degree from Oberlin College in the Philosophy of Christianity He spent five years as the executive secretary of the Stony Run Friends Meeting in Baltimore He joined the Pendle Hill staff in 1948 becoming the Director of Studies in 1954 He also lectured on Christian literature of the 17th Century classic devotional literature Russian literary religious classics and spiritual themes in the modern novel He gave the Philadelphia Young Friends Movement s William Penn Lecture in 1946 The City of God and the City of Man which addressed the issues raised by the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Pendle Hill Pamphlet 3 2 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books Pendle Hill Pamphlets Sets Pamphlet Subscriptions Pamphlet View All Cart Most of our wonderful lectures and presentations are streamed live over the Internet We also record them for those who are unable to watch the live session To view upcoming live stream and past recorded events on your computer

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  • The Quaker Doctrine of Inward Peace - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    1948 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis Outside pressures can be met by increasing inner dimensions inner resources inner strength and stability About the Author s Howard Brinton taught at half a dozen institutions including such Quaker centers as Haverford Guilford Earlham and Woodbrooke The last of these four provided a model for Pendle Hill He also worked overseas in Japan and Europe for the American Friends Service Committee Between 1936 and 1950 he served as director of Pendle Hill sharing that job with his wife Anna Brinton The Brintons first came to Pendle Hill in 1936 where they faced the contingencies of a pioneer school community All sorts of odd jobs which a maintenance crew might later handle fell to the Director of Studies Howard Brinton was frequently seen traipsing across campus on his way to negotiate the latest crisis pursued by his rabbit Tibbar and the family dog Nuto Gerald Heard then a member of the Pendle Hill staff watched this peaceable kingdom on the march with delight and saw in it a practical illustration of the philosophy of survival by reconciliation In addition to writing more than a dozen Pendle Hill pamphlets Howard Brinton wrote Friends for Three Hundred Years a classic work of Quaker faith and history Howard Brinton died in 1973 Pendle Hill Pamphlet 44 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books Pendle Hill Pamphlets Sets Pamphlet Subscriptions Pamphlet View All Cart Most of our wonderful lectures and presentations are streamed live over the

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  • The Nature of Quakerism - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis Discusses primary secondary and tertiary Quaker doctrines A revised edition of the second chapter of pamphlet number nine About the Author s Howard Brinton taught at half a dozen institutions including such Quaker centers as Haverford Guilford Earlham and Woodbrooke The last of these four provided a model for Pendle Hill He also worked overseas in Japan and Europe for the American Friends Service Committee Between 1936 and 1950 he served as director of Pendle Hill sharing that job with his wife Anna Brinton The Brintons first came to Pendle Hill in 1936 where they faced the contingencies of a pioneer school community All sorts of odd jobs which a maintenance crew might later handle fell to the Director of Studies Howard Brinton was frequently seen traipsing across campus on his way to negotiate the latest crisis pursued by his rabbit Tibbar and the family dog Nuto Gerald Heard then a member of the Pendle Hill staff watched this peaceable kingdom on the march with delight and saw in it a practical illustration of the philosophy of survival by reconciliation In addition to writing more than a dozen Pendle Hill pamphlets Howard Brinton wrote Friends for Three Hundred Years a classic work of Quaker faith and history Howard Brinton died in 1973 Pendle Hill Pamphlet 4 7 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books Pendle Hill Pamphlets Sets Pamphlet Subscriptions Pamphlet View All Cart Most of our wonderful lectures and presentations are streamed live over

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  • Worship - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    Pamphlet 51 1950 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis Excerpts from this influential Quaker s writings edited by Herrymon Maurer About the Author s John Woolman 1720 1772 was born in Northampton New Jersey He worked as a tailor merchant and lawyer but left these professions because they obscured his view of Truth Woolman was one of the first Quakers whose religious conviction led him to devote his life to the eradication of slavery and oppression His essays and journal recounting that work are among the classics of English prose as well as Quaker literature John Woolman felt the weight of the world s evil and sought to clear his whole life of it casting out self will and pride as well as luxury goods that were products of oppression He visited the impoverished and went to the homes of the well off pleading truth and denouncing the plight of the poor and the enslaved He traveled throughout the South ministered in New England and visited among Native Americans in the midst of their removal during the colonization of North America He went to England and labored against the traffic of slaves in the British Empire During these travels in the ministry he died of smallpox in 1772 Pendle Hill Pamphlet 5 1 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books Pendle Hill Pamphlets Sets Pamphlet Subscriptions Pamphlet View All Cart Most of our wonderful lectures and presentations are streamed live over the Internet We also record them for those

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  • Search: A Personal Journey Through Chaos - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    the heart of a Quaker community near Philadelphia Pennsylvania News Notes Vision Mission History Community Life Worship Board Staff Employment Campus Tours Forms Downloads Search A Personal Journey Through Chaos By Ruth Domino Pendle Hill Pamphlet 52 1950 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis Reminiscences of a Pendle Hill teacher who was helped by Quaker relief workers and then trained others to serve abroad under the American Friends Service Committee About the Author s Ruth Domino later Domino Tassoni was born in Berlin in 1908 When she fled the Nazis in 1940 she unexpectedly ended up at Pendle Hill The Mexican Government had originally offered her asylum but her ship came to the United States She taught German to relief workers on campus during her tenure as an instructor at Pendle Hill In 1950 she returned to Europe In addition to her Pendle Hill pamphlet she wrote several books including A Play of Mirrors a collection of poetry in Italian Daniel Hoffman recently retranslated that work She also published three volumes of short stories in German her native language Pendle Hill Pamphlet 52 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books Pendle Hill Pamphlets Sets Pamphlet Subscriptions Pamphlet View All Cart Most of our wonderful lectures and presentations are streamed live over the Internet We also record them for those who are unable to watch the live session To view upcoming live stream and past recorded events on your computer tablet or smartphone click on the button below Our Latest

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  • The Pendle Hill Idea: A Quaker Experiment in Work, Worship, and Study - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    1950 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis By fusing of the divine the liberal the useful and the spiritual the community of Pendle Hill was founded in 1930 About the Author s Howard Brinton taught at half a dozen institutions including such Quaker centers as Haverford Guilford Earlham and Woodbrooke The last of these four provided a model for Pendle Hill He also worked overseas in Japan and Europe for the American Friends Service Committee Between 1936 and 1950 he served as director of Pendle Hill sharing that job with his wife Anna Brinton The Brintons first came to Pendle Hill in 1936 where they faced the contingencies of a pioneer school community All sorts of odd jobs which a maintenance crew might later handle fell to the Director of Studies Howard Brinton was frequently seen traipsing across campus on his way to negotiate the latest crisis pursued by his rabbit Tibbar and the family dog Nuto Gerald Heard then a member of the Pendle Hill staff watched this peaceable kingdom on the march with delight and saw in it a practical illustration of the philosophy of survival by reconciliation In addition to writing more than a dozen Pendle Hill pamphlets Howard Brinton wrote Friends for Three Hundred Years a classic work of Quaker faith and history Howard Brinton died in 1973 Pendle Hill Pamphlet 5 5 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Nurturing Contemplation 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Pacifist Program in Time of War Threatened War or Fascism 7 00 Add to cart Learn More Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More SHOP New Used Sale Books Pendle Hill Books Pendle Hill Pamphlets Sets Pamphlet Subscriptions Pamphlet View All Cart Most of our wonderful lectures

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