Quaker Writings

This Book, The Bible, Sermon, Durham Friends Meeting, July 12, 2015

Toward a Testimony of Intimacy, Friends Journal, March 2013.

Homosexuality: A Plea to Read Bible Together, Friends Journal, June-July 2012.

Collected Essays for Indiana Yearly Meeting About Homosexuality, the Bible, Sin and Intimacy, 2012

Quaker Meetings and Quaker Colleges: What Should They Do for One Another? Quaker Higher Education: A Publication of Friends Association for Higher Education, v5, Issue 2, December 2011, pp 9-12.

Interview for the Earlham School of Religion about Quaker Leadership, October 25, 2011

We’ve Been This Way Before: Reading the Bible Yesterday and Today, Sermon, West Richmond Friends Meeting, June 5, 2011.

Port Huron Meets Germantown Meeting; or The Promise of the New Left, the Promise of Quakerism, and What They Could Learn from One Another, Convocation Address, Earlham College, January 2010.

Quaker Governance of a Quaker College, Quaker Higher Education: A Publication of Friends Association for Higher Education, v2, Issue 1, April 2008, pp 2-­6.

Varieties of Religious Experience in Public, Joint Convocation Address, Earlham School of Religion and Bethany Theological Seminary, August 31, 2006.

Putting Dignity and Rights at the Heart of the Global Economy: A Quaker Perspective, co-author as a member of the AFSC Working Party on Global Economics (Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, 2004).

The Idea of a Quaker College, Convocation Address, Earlham College, August 2000)

Redefining a Guarded Education, part of a series of presentations on Faith and Its Practice in Friends Schools, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, March 31, 1989.

The Public Responsibilities of Quaker Schools, remarks at a celebration of Friends Select School, October 14, 1988.

Searching for GFS, Studies in Education, Germantown Friends School, Spring 1987.

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