Diana Sandy is concerned with a ‘crisis of confidence’
A Friend recently wrote, in a book review of A Man that Looks on Glass by Derek Guiton, that ‘The Society of Friends is in crisis’.
Is it … and in what way? A few years ago an elder commented to me: ‘If you ask 30,000 Quakers what the Society of Friends is all about you will get 30,000 different answers.’ Is that the ‘crisis’ then? That we don’t know what it is for and what it is about. If so, how has this happened?
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