The purpose of the Quaker Theological Discussion Group 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.
At long last, the recordings of the two panels on Quaker ministry held this past December through the Quaker Theological Discussion Group (QTDG) are available to view online! Share as you are led! We’re still planning our theme and panels for our upcoming meeting in November, and will share all of that information as soon as we are able. We are fully committed to incorporating hybrid elements into all of our meetings going forward!
Here are links to the sessions, along with a reminder of the themes – and presenters – on each panel:
Panel 1: What is a Quaker pastoral theology, and how is it enfleshed/embodied in community? (Friday, December 11)
Panelists: Ashley Wilcox, C. Wess Daniels, Oscar Lugusa Malande, Derek Brown, and Phil Baisley. Moderated by: Carole Spencer
Panel 2: What is a Quaker theology of vocational ministry, and how is it enfleshed/embodied in community? (Saturday, December 12)
Panelists: Ben Brazil, Robin Mohr, Kristina Keefe-Perry, Emily Provance, and Lloyd Lee Wilson. Moderated by: Christy Randazzo
Christy Randazzo (Co-chair of QTDG)