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Category Archives: Schism
November 9, 2015 “We want to clarify for everybody that this is not a homosexuality issue for us, this is an authority of scripture/interpretation of scripture/orthodoxy issue for us.” That’s what Anthem Friends Church said last week as they withdrew … Continue reading
January 21, 2015 I’ve been following the news of possible schism from North Carolina Yearly Meeting (FUM). It all reminds me of Indiana Yearly Meeting’s schism though with still the possibility of a happier ending. This past October, Max Carter wrote … Continue reading
May 19, 2013 “The New Association of Friends is a voluntary association of monthly meetings, churches and individuals that supports worship, ministry and service through the cultivation of Christian faith in the Quaker tradition.”
March 28, 2013 A month ago, I featured here three paragraphs from a 1959 Friends Journal article by Howard Brinton entitled “The Place of Quakerism in Modern Christian Thought.” The three paragraphs concerned Brinton’s view of fundamentalism among Friends. The … Continue reading
March 19, 2013 Second of a series of posts on John Punshon’s Reasons for Hope: The Future of the Friends Church. Part 1 is here. In no way does John Punshon attempt to give a proper history of Quakers in … Continue reading
March 12, 2013 Today, Indiana Yearly Meeting closed down its Facebook Page, cutting off communication between those who will remain and those are being “set off.” Here’s the e-mail notification I received — and that no doubt many others received: … Continue reading