CP 249 c2
Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill Pub., 1983.
0875742491 / 9780875742496
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Yungblut has a vision of the evolution of a world religion. Christianity to be sure, contributed to if not led by Friends. A considerable amount of this essay reads as dated, and restricted to too few foundational ideas (Teilard de Chardin, Jung, K. Boulding), and to my mind, a still exclusivist
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CP 249 c2