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  • Ethical Mysticism in the Society of Friends - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    1967 Price 9 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis The author sees ethical mysticism as a process of withdrawing from the world and returning to it 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 156 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

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  • The Religion of George Fox - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis The author is concerned with George Fox s inner sources for outward action rather than his advice to early Friends on dress speech and behavior 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 161 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

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  • Holy Morality: A Religious Approach to Modern Ethics - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    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 Holy Morality A Religious Approach to Modern Ethics By Carol Murphy Pendle Hill Pamphlet 169 1970 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis A survey of modern moral dilemmas and ethical decisions 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 169 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 Articles What does it mean to live with Integrity

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  • Evolution and the Inward Light - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis The author s thoughts reflect the teachings of Rufus Jones Josiah Royce and philosophies of idealism pragmatism and existentialism 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 173 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

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  • Woolman and Blake: Prophets for Today - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    cart Description Additional Information Synopsis An imaginary encounter between two men who share insights and mercy About the Author s Mildred Binns Young was born in 1901 in Wilmington Ohio She and her husband Wilmer J Young led the first work camp organized by the American Friends Service Committee They went on to establish the Delta Cooperative Farm in Rockdale Mississippi They moved to South Carolina where they continued practicing Quakerism with a social justice orientation in the rural south This ministry lasted for nineteen years From 1955 to 1966 they lived at Pendle Hill In 1966 they moved to the Guild House built by the Quaker Settlement called the Friends Neighborhood Guild Mildred died in 1995 and members of Arch Street Monthly Meeting fondly remember her ministry They also remember her steadfast intellectual curiosity summed up by Doris Hastings Darnell in the following paragraphs from her memorial minute Who else but Mildred would have taught herself German so she could read Thomas Mann in the original and then shifted to Italian so she could read Dante in the original Who else do we know who read both The New Yorker and The New York Review of Books from cover to cover faithfully never skipping an article and then asked the university libraries available to her to track down the books that tempted that searching stimulating mind Pendle Hill Pamphlet 177 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

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  • Light and Life in the Fourth Gospel - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    Pamphlet 179 1971 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis The philosophy and psychology of early Quakerism as derived by John s Gospel 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 179 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

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  • The Quaker Message: a Personal Affirmation - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    help make a 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 Quaker Message a Personal Affirmation By L Hugh Doncaster Pendle Hill Pamphlet 181 1972 Price 7 00 Add to cart Description Additional Information Synopsis The tenets of the Religious Society of Friends are described and commented on By L Hugh Doncaster Pendle Hill Pamphlet 181 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 The Essence of Nonviolent

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  • The Living Witness of John Woolman - Pendle Hill Quaker Books & Pamphlets
    research at universities including Marburg Princeton and Yale Phillips Moulton s scholarly work on John Woolman exemplified the application of intellectual endeavors to the service of religion He studied at several universities in the U S and abroad and was named University Scholar at Yale when he received his doctorate in philosophical theology 1949 He served as director of university work for the Federal Council of Churches and as coordinator of religious activities at the University of Chicago He also taught at Union Theological Seminary Simpson College The University of North Dakota Adrian College The University of Michigan and Boston University He also served as president of Wesley College The Living Witness of John Woolman is one result of an abiding interest in Woolman which culminated in editing The Journal and Major Essays of John Woolman originally published by Oxford University Press and currently available from Friends United Press The necessary research was aided by grants from Haverford College the American Philosophical Society and Adrian College Moulton examined Quaker materials in the Haverford and Swarthmore College Libraries as well as those in other repositories in the United States and England A semester as Visiting Scholar at Union Theological Seminary enabled him to study background material and produce the pamphlet Moulton presented portions of this research in courses at Powell House Haverford Meeting and New York Theological Seminary Phillips Moulton carried membership in the Wider Quaker Fellowship for many years before becoming a member of Ann Arbor Monthly Meeting in Michigan After retirement he engaged in peace work for many years writing on behalf of Friends peace efforts He moved to the Friends House in Sandy Spring Maryland in 1995 and lived there until his death in 2002 Pendle Hill Pamphlet 187 Additional Information Weight 2 3 oz You Might Also

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