Hilary Johnson and Robin Bowman, in the first of a series, reflect on the book 'God, words and us'
The publication God, words and us, edited by Helen Rowlands, and sent to all Meetings in Britain, is comprised of different sections:
- Telling our individual stories, remembering to bring our whole selves (rational, emotional and spiritual) to the conversation.
- Sharing experience of core Quaker practice, followed by the language of ‘theism’ and ‘nontheism’ that is potentially controversial and divisive.
- Concluding with reframing the issues, final statements from the participating group, glossary of terms and further reading.
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