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Living the Quaker Way : timeless wisdom for a better life today

Author: Philip Gulley
Publisher: New York : Convergent, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"As an antidote to the complexities and challenges of modern life, award-winning author Philip Gulley offers the opportunity to participate in a world where the values of the Quaker way bring equity, peace, healing, and hope. The Quaker Way invites readers to encounter the defining commitments of the Religious Society of Friend, and shows how those ideals can be incorporated in personal and public life to bring  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Gulley
ISBN: 9780307955784 0307955788 030795580X 9780307955807
OCLC Number: 832277858
Description: 212 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction: discovering your inner Quaker --
What is Quaker --
Simplicity --
Peace --
Integrity --
Community --
Equality --
A Quaker way altar call --
Thirty days of application: living the Quaker way through the queries.
Responsibility: Philip Gulley.

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"As an antidote to the complexities and challenges of modern life, award-winning author Philip Gulley offers the opportunity to participate in a world where the values of the Quaker way bring equity, peace, healing, and hope. The Quaker Way invites readers to encounter the defining commitments of the Religious Society of Friend, and shows how those ideals can be incorporated in personal and public life to bring renewal and eliminate the clutter that is keeping us from deeper spirituality. His audience is a new generation of seekers who may be disillusioned with religious institutions and strictures but yet are deeply interested in spiritual matters. In the end, Gulley's invitation isn't to a centuries old church, but to an honest, peaceful, and promising way of life"--
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