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Category Archives: Quaker Practices
[Posted 9/4/20; expanded 9/5/20] This morning’s New York Times has an article about Brooklyn Friends School (BFS) titled A Quaker School Promoted Liberal Values. Then Its Teachers Unionized. (The print version is headlined “Quaker Values Tested As Teachers Unionize At … Continue reading
Message at Durham Friends Meeting, February 3, 2019 What is God asking of me today? Where is God leading me? These days, such questions are very much on my mind. Especially these days, because it seems we live in such … Continue reading
What I remember best is the silence. It seemed to charge the room with a connectedness of yearning. That take on his first Quaker Meeting is from Edward Sorel’s Mary Astor’s Purple Diary (Liveright, 2016), a book I read after … Continue reading
September 8, 2016 Among my regular reading is the blog Marginal Revolution that Tyler Cowen (Professor of Economics at George Mason University) writes with Alex Tabarrok. Cowen often sees things differently than I do, but in a serious, interesting and … Continue reading