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Philadelphia, Pa. : Friends General Conference, 1999.
Opening Doors to Quaker Religious Education is a thoughtful, well-organized, and thorough book on developing religious education programs so that “each person may meet the Inward Teacher.” Its author, Mary Snyder, provides both a theoretical framework and a wide range of practical ideas to
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