Christopher Bagley | Universalist

This elegant collection of “Quaker voices” has been evolving since 2004, and a series of publications on which the editor has drawn represent the views of 18 Quakers on seven topics which are of key interest for Quakers. Within each section the editor draws on the writings of 12 anonymous Quakers reflecting on the six questions enquirers most frequently ask: What is God? Why...
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Take time to reflect

Take time to reflect on the testimonies. Let their insight and wisdom nurture your spirit. Bob Marvos, the Western Friend
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Shine into the newest and oldest

New Light could shine into the newest and the oldest Quaker hearts through the reflections in this book.  Claire Disbrey, the Friend
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Thought provoking

A very good and thought-provoking book.  Susan Hill
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Moved by the honesty and openness

I was very moved by the honesty and openness of the contributors on such thorny questions as pacifism, evil, simplicity and their understanding of God. The tone is far from preachy, and I was helped greatly in my own understanding of the spiritual life. Harvey Gillman, author of A Light that is Shining
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A Delight

The new book “New Light: 12 Quaker voices” is a delight. It is not surprising in this uncertain world that the voice of those who dig deep into their own souls to find light and truth speaks so clearly to us today. John Gladwin, Bishop of Chelmsford
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