Posts Tagged: adult class

A foundational Quaker theology for today needs but four brief points.

  1. “God” signifies “love” — in biblical Greek, agapē.7
  2. “Love/agapē” signifies behavior, empathetic encounter with and response to the actual other in her actual need.8
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The Adult Class on December 4, 2016, examined the "Beauty Testimony" from the perspectives of Quaker history (Signe Wilkinson), the role of art in life (Diane Dunning), and the artistic aspects of landscaping (Cyane Gresham).

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Event Date: 
06/12/2016 - 9:00am

No matter what route we took toward the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), we may have been formed by a "religious past"—the religion of our youth or some later time in our life.

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06/05/2016 - 9:00am

Does reading the Bible sometimes make you scratch your head and say “What?” Let’s put our hearts together and try to unpack some of the more perplexing parts of the social justice gospel of Luke.

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Puzzling out the Gospel of Luke

June 5, 9 A.M.

Presenter: Joe Byers

Does reading the Bible sometimes make you scratch your head and say “What?” Let’s put our hearts together and try to unpack some of the more perplexing parts of the social justice gospel of Luke. Bring your own Bible or borrow one in class from our library. If you’d like to do some reading beforehand, have a look at:

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04/03/2016 - 9:00am to 1:00pm

Sunday, April 3

Chestnut Hill Quaker Meeting

Presentation: 9 – 10:15 am

Amazon craft sale: 12 noon – 1 pm

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