The purpose of the Quaker Theological Discussion Group (QTDG) is to explore the meaning and implications of our Quaker faith and religious experience through discussion and publication. This search for unity in the claim of truth upon us concerns both the content and application of our faith.

Quaker Religious Thought (QRT) is a print journal sponsored by the Quaker Theological Discussion Group and publishes many of the paper presentations given to the QTDG, as well as other articles and book reviews of interest to the Religious Society of Friends. QRT is published twice annually as a print journal and becomes available digitally after 18 months.

You can access our digital archives online, view our index of past articles, or subscribe to QRT.

QRT #135 now available digitally!

Our Fall 2020 issue of Quaker Religious Thought, No. 135, is now available to view digitally and/or download. Find QRT #135 here. It includes the following articles:

Lucretia Mott: Active Imagination and James 1:21,” by Mark Bredin

Eugenicists, Quakers, and Rufus Jones, 1893-1938,” by David Harrington Watt

Theologia: Quaker Youth Ministry and Theopraxis in a Multicultural Context,” by Joel Mayward, Roger Nam, Leah Payne, Steve Sherwood, Hannah Souter, and Trisha Welstad

Quaker Youth Ministry and Theopraxis in a Multicultural Context,” by Nim Njuguna

Book Review: ‘Ben’ Pink Dandelion, The Cultivation of Conformity: Towards a General Theory of Internal Secularisation,” by Jon R. Kershner

Book Review: Melanie Springer Mock, Worthy: Finding Yourself in a World Expecting Someone Else,” by Jessica Kershner

QRT #135 now available digitally!