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Accommodating a variety of viewpoints is a common Quaker practice that many consider a strength.     A very partial list of resources for Quakers.  More to come.
  • Friends General Conference: resources.   Annual Conferences.   Virtual worship opportunities.    Bookstore.
  • Pendle Hill: A Quaker study, retreat, and conference center.  Free online lectures and book groups.   Worshops with sliding scale.  Online worship.  Bookstore

  • QuakerSpeak.  Video.  Comments on various topics (ranging from "How Jesus Affirms My Queerness". to "The Prayer Life of Quakers") by a variety of Friends.  Under 10 minutes each. 
Blogs: Perhaps the broadest range of Quaker Thought you can encounter now days is through individual blogs on the internet. They may be the modern equivalent of journals that 17th and 18th century Friends wrote.  Here are some that may stretch and challenge you and aid in growth.
  • A Whole Heart by Marcelle Martin who identified herself as a "Quaker and a Christian" and who writes and offers courses on a variety of subjects.
  • Armchair Theologian by William Heath (Bath, UK) who identifies as a post-Postliberal Quaker theologian involved in public and political theology.
  • Inward Light: The Quaker Writings of Peter Blood and Annie Paterson He put together the songbook "Rise Up Singing."
  • Saving Grace: protestant rules and regulations by Micah Bales, a quaker who focuses on Christ-centered and wider Protestant material.
  • Friends Library Writings of early members of the Religious Society of Friends. 153 books available including Issac Pennington, Thomas Shillitoe, George Fox, William Penn, and John Barclay
  • Quaker faith and practice. Fifth Edition.  The book of Christian discipline of the Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Britain.
Old Texts
  • Catalog of Old Quaker Writings (17th, 18th and 19th Centuries). Currently in Print or online. Assembled by Licia and Larry Kuenning.   Showing books, pamphlets, letters and other documents written by members of the Society of Friends during it early and middle periods.