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  • Let Your Lives Speak - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    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 Let Your Lives Speak By Elfrida Vipont Foulds Pendle Hill Pamphlet 71 1953 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis In a speech at the Tercentenary Conference of the Religious Society of Friends an English Quaker recreates the summer of 1652 About the Author s Elfrida Vipont Foulds 1902 1992 became famous as a children s writer and an authority on Quakerism She evoked the geography of Pendle Hill and Firbank Fell in order to inspire thoughts about how prophetic Friends fit into the natural world Her Carnegie medal winning children s book Lark on the Wing featured Kit Haverard as a Quaker schoolgirl who became a famous singer The Oxford Companion to Children s Literature called her book The Elephant and the Bad Baby a classic in the genre Pendle Hill Pamphlet 71 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 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

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  • Toward Political Responsibility - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    near Philadelphia Pennsylvania News Notes Vision Mission History Community Life Worship Board Staff Employment Campus Tours Forms Downloads Toward Political Responsibility By Cecil Hinshaw Pendle Hill Pamphlet 80 1954 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis How does man relate to the political structure of the world About the Author s Cecil Hinshaw graduated from Friends University in Wichita Kansas and attended the University of Denver the Iliff School of Theology and Harvard University for graduate school After several years of pastoral work Cecil Hinshaw became the professor of Bible and religion at Friends University and then moved on to William Penn College in Oskaloosa Iowa three years later At William Penn he was the dean and later the president of the college serving over five years in that capacity He resigned in 1949 amid criticism of his efforts to integrate the college and reinforce support for conscientious objection on campus He then served as a lecturer for the American Friends Service Committee and the Fellowship of Reconciliation Cecil Hinshaw also worked with the Committees of Correspondence an intellectual forum that worked against nuclear proliferation Pendle Hill Pamphlet 80 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More 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 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

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  • The Personal Relevance of Truth - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    Truth is a life giving relationship to Reality and the search for Truth is the search for life itself asserts this Quaker educator About the Author s Thomas Shipley Brown was born in 1912 in Philadelphia into a family of noted Quaker teachers and campers and educated at Westtown Haverford and Harvard He taught at Westtown from 1936 to 1948 After a year at the Union Theological Seminary he was a member of the department of religion at Earlham College between 1949 and 1953 He returned to Westtown for the next decade In 1963 he became principal of the Olney Friends School in Barnesville Ohio In the late sixties he left Olney to become the executive director of the Friends Council on Education He held this position until his retirement in 1977 Although retired in the formal sense of the term Tom Brown sat on many committees including the boards of Westtown and Pendle Hill He also clerked Philadelphia Yearly Meeting for three years and served Friends in numerous other capacities Thomas Brown balanced his responsibilities in Friends education with an abiding interest in the natural world His family ran a camp in the Adirondacks where he worked with his sister guiding vacationers by canoe and on trails The Brown family also spent many happy hours gardening and canning their food Tom Brown currently lives at Kendal in Kennett Square Pennsylvania Pendle Hill Pamphlet 81 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 Rethinking Quaker Principles 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

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  • Religion and Mental Illness - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    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 Religion and Mental Illness By Carol Murphy Pendle Hill Pamphlet 82 1955 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis Learning how to meet the needs of the mentally ill helps us to become binding and healing agents work that is basically religious About the Author s Carol Murphy 1916 1994 devoted the majority of her life to the study of religious philosophy and pastoral psychology at Pendle Hill She first studied political science at Swarthmore College and International Studies at American University She found her true vocation as a writer and an editor in 1947 when she moved to Pendle Hill She published seventeen books and pamphlets with Pendle Hill Publications making her one of its most prolific authors In addition to her writing she was a member of Swarthmore Friends Meeting and served on the Pendle Hill Publications Committee and the board of the Friends Historical Library Pendle Hill Pamphlet 82 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More 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 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

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  • From Where They Sit - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    was born in Middletown Connecticut She received a B A from Mount Holyoke College in 1927 and a Ph D in zoology from Yale in 1932 In 1933 she married R Cranford Hutchinson a professor of anatomy at Jefferson Medical College in Pennsylvania The couple adopted and raised three children A Methodist in childhood Hutchinson became a member of the Religious Society of Friends when she joined the Falls Pennsylvania Monthly Meeting in 1940 The Friends printed 13 000 copies of her pamphlet A Call to Peace Now in 1943 That summer Hutchinson helped form the Peace Now Movement She balanced her leadership of this group with the responsibilities of raising her children She spoke at Friends gatherings large and small as well as at other church and secular gatherings Later she taught classes at Abington Friends Meeting in Jenkintown PA When World War II ended she promoted the United Nations and helped organize a local chapter of the United World Federalists with the purpose of establishing world disarmament through world law In 1954 she and Hazel DuBois an eighteen year old black woman undertook a Journey of Friendship under the sponsorship of the Abington Friends Meeting and traveled 25 000 miles around the world promoting friendship and peace especially among women She wrote about this experience in the Pendle Hill pamphlet From Where They Sit In 1958 Hutchinson fasted for five days at the Atomic Energy Commission The aim was to elicit a human response against U S nuclear tests in the Pacific and protest the detention of the Golden Rule peace ship in Hawaii She attended the World Peoples Conference in Geneva Switzerland in 1960 Hutchinson was active in the Women s International League for Peace and Freedom She became president of the U S Section of WILPF in 196l serving until 1965 She attended the Bryn Mawr Conference of American and Soviet Women in 196l Representing WILPF she traveled to Poland in 1963 and to Moscow in 1964 She then served as the chair of International WILPF from 1965 until 1968 the first American woman to hold that position since Jane Addams Dorothy Hutchinson was an activist for civil rights and civil liberties as well as for peace In 1965 she participated in the Montgomery march for One Man One Vote working with Coretta Scott King and handling the switchboard that kept Selma headquarters in touch with the marchers In 1968 she represented the Quakers in New Delhi at the first International Inter Religious Symposium held by the Inter Religious Committee on Peace flying from there to Vietnam to meet with Vietnamese government officials She was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Mount Holyoke on the fiftieth anniversary of her graduation in 1977 Dorothy Hutchinson died in 1984 Pendle Hill Pamphlet 84 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

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  • The Examined Life - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    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 Examined Life By Carol Murphy Pendle Hill Pamphlet 85 1955 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis A dialogue between the Critic on the Hearth and the author on spiritual maturity and morality About the Author s Carol Murphy 1916 1994 devoted the majority of her life to the study of religious philosophy and pastoral psychology at Pendle Hill She first studied political science at Swarthmore College and International Studies at American University She found her true vocation as a writer and an editor in 1947 when she moved to Pendle Hill She published seventeen books and pamphlets with Pendle Hill Publications making her one of its most prolific authors In addition to her writing she was a member of Swarthmore Friends Meeting and served on the Pendle Hill Publications Committee and the board of the Friends Historical Library Pendle Hill Pamphlet 85 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 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

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  • Nonviolent Resistance: A Nation's Way to Peace - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    Pennsylvania News Notes Vision Mission History Community Life Worship Board Staff Employment Campus Tours Forms Downloads Nonviolent Resistance A Nation s Way to Peace By Cecil Hinshaw Pendle Hill Pamphlet 88 1956 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis Addresses the problem of meeting evil on the national level About the Author s Cecil Hinshaw graduated from Friends University in Wichita Kansas and attended the University of Denver the Iliff School of Theology and Harvard University for graduate school After several years of pastoral work Cecil Hinshaw became the professor of Bible and religion at Friends University and then moved on to William Penn College in Oskaloosa Iowa three years later At William Penn he was the dean and later the president of the college serving over five years in that capacity He resigned in 1949 amid criticism of his efforts to integrate the college and reinforce support for conscientious objection on campus He then served as a lecturer for the American Friends Service Committee and the Fellowship of Reconciliation Cecil Hinshaw also worked with the Committees of Correspondence an intellectual forum that worked against nuclear proliferation Pendle Hill Pamphlet 88 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also Like Rethinking Quaker Principles 7 00 Add to cart Learn More 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 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

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  • Loyalty by Oath: An Essay on the Extortion of Love - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    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 Loyalty by Oath An Essay on the Extortion of Love By Hallock Hoffman Pendle Hill Pamphlet 94 1957 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis The loyalty oath depends on fear for its power The author contends that people should be possessed by love not fear By Hallock Hoffman Pendle Hill Pamphlet 94 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

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