|Statement||H. Larry Ingle.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 310 p. :|
|Number of Pages||310|
Find out in Quakers in Conflict. Linda Willard’s newest book provides a new way of looking at Quakers. Linda Willard’s newest book provides a new way of looking at Quakers. She breaks preconceived notions of Quakers, giving readers the stories of several members of the Religious Society of Friends who performed deeds not deemed ordinary for. By H. Larry Ingle Paperback: pages Publisher: Pendle Hill Pubns. () Product Dimensions: x x 1 inches Shipping Weight: pounds Condition: Used/very good (ex-libris w/usual stamps)Price: $ Quakers in Conflict book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.3/5. pt. 1: the background-to --"No upstart thing," or the roots of separation go deep --"Sound as a bell, and firm as a rock," or the shapers of evangelical power --"To curb these headdy high minded ones" or what makes a reformer --pt. 2: The struggle for reformation-to --"The root of the defection," or evangelical inroads --"Antiquity.
M ention the Quakers, and often the image that springs to mind is the face of porridge oats: a white-haired man in a wide-brimmed hat. Modern . This book is not ostensibly about Quakers but it provides an interesting description of the inner light and Quaker business process in terms of early 20th century psychology. (8.) From Conflict to Creative Collaboration by Rosa Zubizarreta. Zubizarreta is a contempory Friend whose work is informed by Focusing and Follett. As Quakers, our attitudes towards conflict can be ambivalent. Some aspects of Friends testimonies suggest that we would not be prone to conflict among ourselves. We like to see ourselves as peace loving; we certainly hope to never be violent or coercive. Friends aspire to spiritual tolerance and being open to diverse views and beliefs. Quakers, or the Religious Society of Friends, was founded in England in the 17th century by George Fox and played a key role in abolition and women’s suffrage.
The Quaker persecution didn’t last long. It started in and was pretty much done by However, at that time, a lot of atrocities were committed against Quaker missionaries and local Quaker converts. 56Quaker History Quakers in Conflict, The Hicksite Reformation. By H. Larry Ingle. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, pp. $ Quakers in Conflict. The very words seem to be an oxymoron; and yet, as the dust jacket to H. Larry Ingle's book proclaims, the Hicksite reformation was "the single most influential development in American Quaker history." The Hicksite controversy. Conflict is part of the human existence, but ignoring or actively avoiding it causes harm that can have long-term consequences for everyone impacted by it. Below are resources online and in print that can help your Quaker community effectively respond to internal and external conflicts as they arise. He then moves to the Indian-Pakistan conflict, in which Quakers revealed to each side the peace sentiments of the other. His last example, the Nigerian civil war of , describes Quaker efforts to convince the Ibo people that they could live peacefully under Nigerian sovereignty.