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         Quakers:     more books (100)
  1. A Colonial Quaker Girl: The Diary of Sally Wister, 1777-1778 (Diaries, Letters, and Memoirs) by Sally Wister, 2000-03
  2. Mary Dyer: Biography of a Rebel Quaker by Ruth Talbot Plimpton, 1994-02
  3. Capitalists without Capitalism: The Jains of India and the Quakers of the West (Contributions in Sociology) by Balwant Nevaskar, 1971-10-28
  4. The Covenant Crucified: Quakers and the Rise of Capitalism by Douglas Gwyn, 1995-09
  5. The Quakers: Money and Morals by James Walvin, 1999-02
  6. This We Can Say by Australia Yearly Meeting of The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) Inc, 2008-11-15
  7. Quaker Silence (Elizabeth Elliot Mystery) by irene Allen, 1992-10-06
  8. A Living Faith: An Historical and Comparative Study of Quaker Beliefs by Wilmer A Cooper, 2000-12-01
  9. The Quaker City; or, The Monks of Monk Hall: a Romance of Philadelphia Life, Mystery, and Crime by George Lippard, 2010-05-17
  10. A Brief Account of the Rise and Progress of the People Called Quakers by William Penn, 2010-07-12
  11. Puritan Boston and Quaker Philadelphia by E. Digby Baltzell, 1996-01-01
  12. The Meanings of Silence in Quaker Worship by Stanford J., Ph.d. Searl, 2006-02
  13. Quakers in the Colonial Northeast by Arthur J. Worrall, 1980-05-15
  14. Philena's Friendship Quilt: A Quaker Farewell to Ohio (Ohio Quilt Series) by Lynda Salter Chenoweth, 2009-08-15

41. Wilmington College Athletics
Official baseball site with press releases, coaching staff, statistics, a schedule of upcoming games, and past results.
Men's Sports Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Indoor Track Outdoor Track Soccer Swimming Tennis Wrestling Women's Sports Basketball Cross Country Golf Indoor Track Outdoor Track Soccer Softball Swimming Tennis Volleyball TRIO NAMED TO ALL-MIDEAST SQUAD Bird, Butler and Cafarella earn Third Team Honor s June 1, 2005 ALL-REGION TEAM
Brent Bird
Bird, a senior outfielder, ended his 2005 season with a .388 batting average. He drove in 32 runs to lead the team, while hitting two home runs and two triples and scoring 17 times. Cafarella, a junior designated hitter, batted .423 on the season, driving in 17 runs and scring 18 times in 97 at-bats on the season. Butler, a catcher, batted .373 with four home runs. The sophomore drove in 28 runs while hitting a pair of triples. The Quakers ended their 2005 season with a 22-15 record, advancing to the Ohio Athletic Conference Tournament for the first time in team history, falling in their first two games by a combined three runs.

42. Guilford Quakers
Official site with news, schedule, roster and statistics.

43. Religious Movements Homepage: The Religious Society Of Friends - Quakers
By 1820, the quakers had found that unified beliefs in worship and theology no quakers believe that this Inner Light has existed in every person ever
The Religious Society of Friends
Profile History Beliefs Friends Today ... Bibliography
I. Group Profile
  • Name: Religious Society of Friends, also known as Quakers
  • Founder: George Fox
  • Date of Birth:
  • Birth Place: England
  • Year Founded:
  • Sacred or Revered Texts: the New Testament of the Bible
  • Cult or Sect: Negative sentiments are typically implied when the concepts "cult" and "sect" are employed in popular discourse. Since the Religious Movements Homepage seeks to promote religious tolerance and appreciation of the positive benefits of pluralism and religious diversity in human cultures, we encourage the use of alternative concepts that do not carry implicit negative stereotypes. For a more detailed discussion of both scholarly and popular usage of the concepts "cult" and "sect," please visit our Conceptualizing "Cult" and "Sect" page, where you will find additional links to related issues.
  • Size of Group: There are three main organizations of Quakers that comprise the bulk of its membership: Friends General Conference, Friends United Meeting, and Evangelical Friends International. Friends General Conference is a North American organization with an estimated membership of 32,000.
  • 44. 1st Quakers Hill - Doonside Venturer Unit
    New South Wales Venturers, includes program information, photos meeting time and location, and contacts.

    45. Baseball At Earlham College
    Official baseball site with news, schedule, roster and statistics.
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    xperience around the diamond and the addition of many new arms to the pitching staff have Earlham College head coach Tom Parkevich optimistic about the 2001 season. "We will be young on the mound, but we have increased our team speed and strengthened our defense," said the Quaker mentor. J unior co-captains Michael Faile (Fairview Park, OH/Fairview) and Jason Byers (Arcanum, OH/Arcanum) lead a group of 11 returning lettermen, including nine starters. Faile, the lone left-handed hitting veteran, will be starting for the third year in the outfield. Byers is slated to move from third base to share Earlham's catching duties with sophomore Josh Amyx (Richmond, IN/Richmond). Amyx received honorable mention to the 2000 All-North Coast Athletic Conference team after compiling a .345 batting average. J oining Faile in the outfield will be senior Craig Parker (Centerville, IN/Centerville) and sophomore Brad Cole (Bloomington, IN/North). They hit at .301 and .287 clips last srping, respectively. Other returning starters are sophomore Sean O'Reilley (Indianapolis, IN/Bishop Chatard) at first base, junior

    46. Fellowship Of Quakers In The Arts
    To nurture and showcase the visual, literary, musical and performing arts within the Religious Society of Friends, for purpose of Quaker expression, ministry, witness, and outreach.
    Fellowship of Quakers in the Arts
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    47. Information On Quakerism - Online Resources On The Religious Society Of Friends
    Articles, news and other resources related to the Religious Society of Friends (quakers).
    Your online source for information about the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).
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    var site="sm1QuakerInfo" To find your way among the dozens of articles here on various aspects of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), visit my categorized list of articles or use the search form in the upper right corner.
    Visit our Forum . Ask questions. Discuss Quakerism.
    Find errors on our pages? Have some suggestions for ways to make the site even more useful? Your Feedback is always welcome.
    To read a page of this site in Chinese, German, Japanese, Korean, French, Italian, Portuguese or Spanish using machine translation, click on the appropriate flag in the Babelfish box in the column on the left. We welcome subscribers to our occasional newsletter with site updates and tidbits of Quaker news. Subscribe by entering your email address below and clicking on Submit Monitor page for changes and click on OK Submit your email address to receive our newsletter Monitor page for changes it's private by ChangeDetection Bill Samuel , Webservant Recent New and Updated Articles: The Passion of the Christ Diane Reynolds reviews Mel Gibson's controversial movie focusing on the last 12 hours before the death of Jesus on the cross.

    48. North Cumbria Quakers
    Guide to the meetings of The Religious Society of Friends (quakers) in North Cumbria.
    Quakers in North Cumbria - The Religious Society of Friends - Cumberland General Meeting QUAKERS IN NORTH CUMBRIA
    Cumberland General Meeting
    The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
    Pardshaw Monthly Meeting ABOUT THE GENERAL MEETING Cumberland General Meeting comprises those Quaker Meetings situated in the northern part of Cumbria. This area extends northwards from the A66 to the Scottish borders and from the Solway Firth in the west to the hills of the Pennines in the east. The General Meeting district takes in the Northern Fells of the Lake District National Park, the Cumbrian plain northward to the Solway estuary and parts of the Eden Valley and northern Pennines. To the south, Cumberland General Meeting borders with Westmorland General Meeting , which encompasses the heartland of early Quakerism in Northern England. To the north, across the Solway Firth, our nearest neighbouring meetings are those in West Scotland Monthly Meeting, located in the Galloway peninsula. LINKS TO CONSTITUENT PREPARATIVE MEETINGS: PARDSHAW MM KESWICK COCKERMOUTH WHITEHAVEN PARDSHAW ... ALSTON Click here to see a map showing the locations of meetings in North Cumbria: LOCATION MAP Click here for more information about Cumberland General Meeting: MORE ABOUT CUMBERLAND GENERAL MEETING CLICK HERE FOR OTHER QUAKER WEB SITES: ABOUT QUAKERS

    49. Mission And Values : About AFSC
    The American Friends Service Committee is a practical expression of the faith of the Religious Society of Friends (quakers). Committed to the principles of
    About AFSC About AFSC Home Mission and Values Program Highlights AFSC History ... Administration Quaker values in action Home About AFSC Email this page
    Mission and Values
    AFSC Mission Statement
    The American Friends Service Committee is a practical expression of the faith of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). Committed to the principles of nonviolence and justice, it seeks in its work and witness to draw on the transforming power of love, human and divine. We recognize that the leadings of the Spirit and the principles of truth found through Friends' experience and practice are not the exclusive possession of any group. Thus, the AFSC draws into its work people of many faiths and backgrounds who share the values that animate its life and who bring to it a rich variety of experiences and spiritual insights. This AFSC community works to transform conditions and relationships both in the world and in ourselves, which threaten to overwhelm what is precious in human beings. We nurture the faith that conflicts can be resolved nonviolently, that enmity can be transformed into friendship, strife into cooperation, poverty into well-being, and injustice into dignity and participation. We believe that ultimately goodness can prevail over evil, and oppression in all its many forms can give way.
    AFSC Values
    We cherish the belief that there is that of God in each person, leading us to respect the worth and dignity of all. We are guided and empowered by the Spirit in following the radical thrust of the early Christian witness. From these beliefs flow the core understandings that form the spiritual framework of our organization and guide its work.

    50. Nonconformists
    Refers to Protestants who were not members of the Church of England. Included Wesleyan Methodists, Primitive Methodists, quakers, Baptists, Unitarians, Congregationalists, and members of the Salvation Army.
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    Nonconformist is the name given to Protestants who are not members of the Church of England . This included Wesleyan Methodists Primitive Methodists Quakers Baptists ... Congregationalists , and members of the Salvation Army
    The different Nonconformists campaigned together against the Test and Corporation Acts that had been passed by Parliament in the 17th century. These acts excluded Nonconformists from holding civil or military office. Nonconformists were also prevented from being awarded degrees by the universities of Cambridge and Oxford.
    The Tories in the House of Commons tended to be in favour of these acts and so the Nonconformists mainly supported the Liberal Party who advocated civil and religious liberty. After the Test and Corporation Acts were repealed in 1828, all the Nonconformists elected to Parliament were Liberals
    The religious census of 1851 revealed that total Nonconformist attendance was very close to to that of Anglicans . In most of the chief manufacturing areas and in Wales, Nonconformists clearly outnumbered members of the

    51. Quakerreader
    An historical review of the Beanite branch of the Religious Society of Friends, located in the Western United States and independent of the major branches of Friends.
    A Western Quaker Reader Writings by and about Independent Quakers in the Western United States, 1929-1999 This is how Howard Brinton (founder of the Pacific Coast Association and author of Friends For 300 Years ) described the evolution of the independent Quaker movement and Pacific Yearly Meeting. A Western Quaker Reader To order your copy, send a check made out to Friends Bulletin for $23 (to cover postage and and handling) to 5238 Andalucia Court, Whittier CA 90601. To find out more about Western Friends, use this search engine or go to the table of contents. The editor will be coming to Philadelphia to give a presentation about Western Quakers on Tuesday, March 20, 2001. He will speak at Friends Center during lunch and at Arch Street Meetinghouse at 7:00 PM. For more information, contact the editor at Friends Bulletin . The editor is also available to give presentations at local Meetings and Quaker gatherings. What Friends Are Saying About A Western Quaker Reader Quiet Rebels and many other books.

    52. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Society Of Friends (Quakers)
    Visit New Advent for the Summa Theologica, Church Fathers, Catholic Encyclopedia and more.
    Home Encyclopedia Summa Fathers ... F > Society of Friends (Quakers) A B C D ... Z
    Society of Friends (Quakers)
    The official designation of an Anglo-American religious sect originally styling themselves "Children of Truth" and "Children of Light", but "in scorn by the world called Quakers". The founder of the sect, George Fox, son of a well-to-do weaver, was born at Fenny Drayton in Leicestershire, England, July, 1624. His parents, upright people and strict adherents of the established religion Church of England or of the innumerable dissenting sects which flooded the land, he was thrown back upon himself and forced to accept his own imaginings as "revelations" . "I fasted much", he tells us in his Journal, "walked abroad in solitary places many days, and often took my Bible and sat in hollow trees and lonesome places until night came on; and frequently in the night walked mournfully about by myself. For I was a man of sorrows in the first working of the Lord in me." This anguish of spirit continued, with intermissions, for some years; and it is not surprising that the lonely youth read into his Bible all his own idiosyncrasies and limitations. Founding his opinions on isolated texts, he gradually evolved a system at variance with every existing form of

    53. Quakers In Wirral And Chester
    Introduction to the Religious Society of Friends, information about meetings in Birkenhead, Chester and Heswall, and room hire.
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    Quakers in Wirral and Chester
    Wirral and Chester Monthly Meeting Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) Welcome..... The Quakers, also known as the Religious Society of Friends, are spiritual seekers, who meet for quiet worship. Our faith springs from the experience that each one of us can have a direct relationship with the Divine. Quakers believe that by meeting together for communal worship, we are empowered to find both peace and strength for our work in the world. There are three Meeting Houses in this area, where Meeting for Worship is held regularly:
    • Birkenhead Chester Heswall
    You are welcome to use this website to find out more about us, or to come as a visitor to any of these Meetings.

    54. Cyndi's List - Quaker
    Holds the central archives of Britain Yearly Meeting of quakers as well as one of Many Ohio quakers moved North from the shortlived Quaker colony in
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      • ~ Knightstown, Indiana Emphasis on Indiana and eastern United States. Quaker research. Seminars.
        • Searchable database.
        Has Quaker writings, meeting minutes, resource guides and a message board.
      • From the University of Virginia. Includes profiles on over 200 religious movements. Each profile offers basic demographic and background information, a summary of beliefs, discussion of controversial issues (when appropriate), links to important web sites about each group, and select print bibliographies
      • An over-view of the Quaker movement from 1650 to 1990, by David M Murray-Rust.

    55. University Of Pennsylvania - -
    Official site includes news, schedule, rosters, and statistics.

    56. Quakers Hill Family Services Home Page
    New South Wales.
    A Joint Project between
    Caring for our Community Quakers Hill Family Centre , a joint venture of , and Quakers Hill Uniting Church , has been providing quality programmes to improve family functioning in and around Quakers Hill. Wesley Dalmar's innovative Family Counselling Programs , operating at a number of centres are aimed at preventing family breakdown, strengthening the family unit and working with children and families to end abuse and domestic violence. Wesley Dalmar provides a coordinated responsive support service to children and families to minimise family stress, violence and abuse and promote positive lifestyles and relationships. This is achieved through home and centre based family work which offers counselling, information, referral and advocacy in addition to educative parenting and personal development groups. A number of these services are joint initiatives of Wesley Dalmar and local Uniting Church Parishes. Quakers Hill Family Centre is one of these joint initiatives QHFC Winter 2004 Newsletter (PDF 600kB) Phone: 02 9626 6620 32 Highfield Road, Quakers Hill, NSW, Australia

    57. Living With Quakers`ƒIƒLƒiƒCƒ“ƒR‚Æ‚Ì•é‚炵`
    オキナインコ(Quaker parrot)を育てるポイントなど紹介。質問集、BBSあり。
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    58. QQCC
    Formed in 1995 in Darlington. Member of the C.N.C.C. Offers trips to the Yorkshire Dales. Includes trip reports, photos and contact information.
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    59. Official University Of Pennsylvania Quakers Team Page
    The Official College Sports Online Team Page for the University of Pennsylvania.

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    60. Reading UK Quaker Meeting - Home Page
    Meetings of the UK Religious Society of Friends, or quakers, around Reading in the UK.
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    Reading UK Quaker Meeting
    Religious Society of Friends, or Quakers, in the UK
    About Quakers Peace Reading Meeting Events ... Contact Us
    Your Local Meeting
    East Garston


    Seeking the Light Within?
    Quakers have been meeting for worship in Reading, Berkshire, UK for three hundred and fifty years. Each week at 10.30 on Sunday members and visitors, children and adults, meet for silent worship at our Meeting House in the centre of Reading. Children are welcomed and separate activities for different age groups are available. If you'd like to experience Quaker worship, or think this might be the place to pursue your spiritual journey, please just come on Sunday, or if you prefer contact us
    • Quakers in Britain worship in silence, unless individuals feel led by the Spirit to minister. We have no common creed, but believe that there is that of God in everyone. We value practical action to make a better world, in areas like alternatives to violence, peace, social justice and responsible management of world resources.
    If this will be your first Quaker meeting, you might like to read

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