Rooted in Christianity, Open to New Light: Quaker spiritual diversity, by Alex Wildwood and Tim Peat Ashworth

Rooted in Christianity, Open to New Light: Quaker spiritual diversity, by Alex Wildwood and Tim Peat Ashworth

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Quaker meetings in Britain today encounter unprecedented diversity of belief and religious language. How do we better understand – and work creatively with – the tension between traditional Christian faith and emerging expressions of Quakerism?

ISBN 1978-0-9556183-3-8

The two authors developed Woodbrooke's ‘Rooted in Christianity, Open to New Light’ project, which has travelled around many Quaker meetings in Britain. This is the book arising from the project, in which they explore the issues that spiritual diversity raises for Quakers individually and corporately, and the challenges and rewards of being a diverse, inclusive community of faith.

Published on 4th November 2009.

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Timothy Ashworth is Biblical Studies Tutor at Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre. Alex Wildwood gave the 1999 Swarthmore Lecture, A Faith to Call Our Own.