How the Quakers invented America

David Yount

Nationally syndicated columnist David Yount shows how Quakers and the Society of Friends shaped the basic distinctive features of American life, from the days of the colonies, revolution and founders, to the civil rights movements of modern times: freedom, equality, community, straightforwardness, and spirituality. Quaker prep schools and colleges continue to guide future generations of mostly non-Quaker students. Quaker spirituality is the basis for much of contemporary Christian spirituality. Yount makes clear that America would not have become what it is without the profound influence of the Friends.

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  • Chapter 1 Foreword - A Tale of Two Quakers Chapter 2 Preface - Of Time and Eternity Chapter 3 Introduction - Convincement Part 4 Part I - How the Quakers Invented America Part 5 Part II - Friendly Persuasion Chapter 6 Faith vs. Feeling Chapter 7 The Meaning of the Light Chapter 8 The Significance of Jesus Chapter 9 How Quakers Approach the Bible Chapter 10 The Good Quaker Chapter 11 The Holy Experiment Chapter 12 Living in the Light of Eternity Chapter 13 Why Did the Quakers Stop Quaking? Chapter 14 A Peculiar People Part 15 Part III - Quaker Spirituality Chapter 16 What Jesus Learned in the Desert and Thoreau Learned in the Woods Chapter 17 To See the World in a Grain of Sand Part 18 Part IV - How the Quakers are Reinventing America

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書名 How the Quakers invented America
著作者等 Yount David J.
Yount David
出版元 Rowman & Littlefield
刊行年月 c2007
ページ数 xxiv, 159 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 9780742558335
NCID BA83974122
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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