5 edition of Quaker silence found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Irene Allen.|
|LC Classifications||PS3551.L3935 Q3 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||210 p. :|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||92001359|
"In the Quaker practice of group worship on the basis of silence come special times when an electric hush and solemnity and depth of power steals over the worshipers. A blanket of divine covering comes over the room, a stillness that can be felt is over all, and the worshipers are gathered into a unity and synthesis of life which is amazing indeed. Words Out of Silence, Jill Segger weaves a tapestry of poetry and prose that takes us on journeys of personal transformation set against (and responsive to) the backdrop of turmoil in the world around us. The common ground of the words in this book is silence, and specifically the .
Quakers, also called Friends, are a historically Christian denomination whose formal name is the Religious Society of Friends or Friends Church. Members of the various Quaker movements are all generally united by their belief in the ability of each human being to experientially access the light within, or "that of God in every one".. Some profess the priesthood of all believers, a doctrine Classification: Protestant. During a Meeting for Worship, all settle into silence. While some meditate, others concentrate on relaxing, or feeling their bodies. Some consider a word or phrase to aid their search. Some will use the silence to empty their minds, "waiting expectantly" for wisdom from either deep in their own minds or from beyond.
In this respect, Holy Silence did not disappoint. Bill’s introduction to Quaker spirituality is an accessible overview that briefly acknowledges the history of the practice of silence in various and diverse religious traditions, but proceeds quickly into a discussion of the distinctiveness of Quaker silence. Despite numbering less than in Northern Ireland, Quakers often played important roles in peacebuilding throughout the Troubles and up until the present day. The contributions of Quakers are chronicled in a recent book, edited by Ann Le Mare and Felicity McCartney, Coming from the Silence: Quaker Peacebuilding Initiatives in Northern Ireland (The Ebor Press, ).
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As a Science Fiction fan, I haven't spent any time with Agatha Christie and the like. But after reading an excellent text on Climate by the author of Quaker Silence (who is also a PhD Geologist), I've discovered a fun "new" (to me) genre.
I'm in my mids, so can totally relate to the protagonist's arthritis!/5(7). Quaker Silence book. Read 18 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
What happens when murder strikes at the heart of the nonviolent Quak /5(18). Silence in Quaker Tradition. Q uaker tradition evolved from the Reform movements of seventeenth-century England. Decentralization was the original theme of the Protestant Reformation, paralleled by social and economic changes tending in the same direction.
"Holy Silence" is a wonderful journey into Quaker Silence. Silence is a good teacher. God is in the silence waiting to teach us. Unfortunately we are afraid of silence. We do not realize that silence will nourish our soul. Let me highlight a few key points from this powerful book that jumped out at me/5(39).
For within the blessed "Quaker silence" is greed, forbidden love, and vengeful anger struggling to find a voice. Mixing timeless philosophy with contemporary concerns, Irene Allen's Quaker Silence marks the beginning of an outstanding mystery : Irene Allen. worship. The silence of Quaker worship, however, is not an end in itself, but an opportunity for seeking communion with the Sacred.
Quakers do not worship the silence, but that to which the silence leads. If mystical experience is a direct and unmediated experience of the Divine, the Sacred, God, then the Quaker meeting seeks and sometimesFile Size: KB.
Friendly Quaker Silence for Everyone "The Quaker view that all of life, including silence, is sacramental is based in the Bible as well as in Friendly faith. It is a practice solidly grounded in Christian theology, history, and Scripture." Holy Silence, page /5.
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Encounter with Silence: Reflections from the Quaker Tradition "John Punshon has written a small and excellent essay on Quaker tradition. He presents the uniqueness of Quaker faith and practice while also relating it to the tradition of Christian spirituality.
(His section on. I received this book for free to review and this post may contain affiliate links. I am excited to share with you my review of Holy Silence: The Gift of Quaker Spirituality by J.
Brent Bill. Brent Bill is a writer, photographer, popular speaker, retreat leader, and a Quaker minister.
Gathered worship springs from the reverent, silent expectation that God will come among the people. The silence deepens as we feel ourselves drawn beautifully to God and each other. Our hearts and souls burst with thanksgiving-a thanksgiving best expressed by silence.
Silence growing from awe is the natural human response to hints of the Divine. In this way, the practice of silence for Quakers only begins with listening, but true silence always leads to an action. I like this next bit the best: While at first glance this idea of a silent worship service may seem a bit overly simplistic, or even worse “boring,” but I challenge you to.
Quakers and silence. There is a Quaker hymn book, called Worship in Song, A Quaker Hymnal. Top. are Quakers, but Quaker pacifism is not simply the refusal to fight: it includes working.
Drop-in Silence is for anyone who wants to experience shared silence, so please share this website with anyone who might benefit.
RETREAT Every Friday evening, escape the stresses of city living and join others in a shared silence in the heart of the West End. [full context of this Quaker Quote] True silence is the rest of the mind; and is to the spirit, what sleep is to the body, nourishment and refreshment.
~ William Penn, [full context of this Quaker Quote] The winter tree Resembles me, Whose sap lies in its root: The spring draws near As it, so I Shall bud, I hope, and shoot. Quakers encourage newcomers to spend some time getting familiar with the Quaker way and with the community before making up their minds to formally join.
You may spend anywhere from a few months to a few years as an "attender," participating in worship and other meeting activities before you feel ready to make a commitment. Get this from a library. Quaker silence. [Irene Allen] -- Elizabeth Elliot is faced with a mystery when a prominent member of her Quaker meeting is murdered and she is convinced the police's prime suspect is innocent.
Elizabeth makes surprising use of her. Quaker Silence: An Elizabeth Elliot Mystery Irene Allen, Author, Arene Allen, Author, E. Kirsten Peters, Author Villard Books $17 (0p) ISBN More By and About This Author. The book is divided into chapters on Silence: The Quaker Sacrament; Turned Outside in: Spiritual Silence for Saints and the Rest of Us; A Thousand Clamoring Voices: Finding Silence in the Noise of Living; SoulCare: Practical Steps Toward Silence; Gathering: Practical Communal Silence, and A Holy Hush.
Bill's book is an excellent introduction to the uses of silence in worship, but I worry that people will get the wrong idea about Quaker worship from it. Bill is the pastor of a "programmed" Quaker meeting (i.e., with a liturgy, singing, preaching by a paid preacher), which is very different from that of the more familiar "unprogrammed" meeting 5/5(5).
"Holy Silence"  by J. Brent Bill is a wonderful journey into Quaker Silence. Silence is a good teacher. God is in the silence waiting to teach us. Unfortunately we are afraid of silence.
We do not realize that silence will nourish our soul. Let me highlight a few key points from this powerful book that jumped out at me. To be honest, there .Add thoughtful Elizabeth Elliot, clerk of the Cambridge (Mass.) Quaker Meeting House, to the roster of aging amateur sleuths.
Here, the mids Elizabeth finds herself in opposition to the police, who have incarcerated Tim, a homeless renegade, for the murder of wealthy John Hoffman just because Tim denounced Hoffman and his ethics at a Sunday Meeting of the Society of Friends.
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