Quakerism : a mature religion for to-day

by David Kenneth Ronald Hodgkin

Pamphlet, 1972



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Q HOD/2 small


Toorak, Vic. : Society of Friends (Quakers), 1972.

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"It is a very rare person who can go far along the spiritual road in isolation," says Hodgkin in his 1971 address to Australia Yearly Meeting. He lays out the case for Quakerism in what may be the most cogent and thoughtful explanation in print of the unprogrammed Quaker meeting.


0909885001 / 9780909885007

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address to Australia Yearly Meeting 1971 to replace the James Backhouse Lecture which did not happen; inscription: gift of Elizabeth Loft

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