Did you enjoy the panels at the Quaker Theological Discussion Group (QTDG) in December on Quaker pastoral theology and vocational ministry? Or, did you miss these discussions and you would like to read the thoughts and insights of the panelists?
QRT #136 will be shipping out shortly. If you sign up for an annual subscription now, you will receive the Spring and Fall 2021 issues, which will include the papers arising out of last year’s QTDG panels, among other articles and book reviews of interest to Friends. See our subscriptions page for more details; an individual subscription in the USA is only $20.
Our Spring 2021 issue will include:
Ashley M. Wilcox, “Caring for Each Other”
Oscar Lugusa Malande, “Quaker Pastoral Theology and its Embodiment in Community”
C. Wess Daniels, “Revolutionary Faithfulness: Quaker Pastoral Practice and Theology in an Age of Empire”
Derek Brown, “A Methodological Proposal for Programmed Quaker Practical Theology”
Phil Baisley, “What is a Quaker Pastoral Theology, and How is it Enfleshed/Embodied in Community?”
Cherice Bock, “Oregon Yearly Meeting and the Peace Testimony, Part II: Relationship with the American Friends Service Committee, 1938–1954”
Carole Dale Spencer reviews David Lewis, A Word From the Lost: Remarks on James Nayler’s Love to the Lost and a Hand Held Forth to the Helpless to Lead Out of the Dark
Stuart Masters reviews Jon R. Kershner, ed., Quakers and Mysticism: Comparative and Syncretic Approaches to Spirituality
Mark Condo reviews C. Wess Daniels, Resisting Empire: The Book of Revelation
Ruthie Severance reviews Derek Brown, On Quaker Pastors