Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill Publications, c2004.
LibraryThing member QuakerReviews
Manousos explains the formative roles of Howard and Anna Brinton in 20th century American Quakerism in this biography. Howard Brinton's prolific writings educated Friends about Quaker theology, practice, history, and testimony; he articulated the theological basis for Quaker pacifism and social activism that is still fundamental to Friends. The Brintons led Pendle Hill for many years and worked for peace with the American Friends Service committee. This pamphlet is interesting and informative.
0875743722 / 9780875743721
Similar in this library
Finding the taproot of simplicity : a movement between inner knowledge and outer action by Frances Irene Taber
Women of power and presence : the spiritual formation of four Quaker women ministers by Maureen Graham
Christianity and the inner life : twenty-first century reflections on the words of early Friends by Margery Post Abbott