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Patricia Dallmann
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  • Philadelphia, PA
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Ellis Hein commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post For God is Not the Author of Confusion
"Pat, I have read your post several times and thought much about it. I have a few comments to make, that don't seem completely connected to each other other than they have arisen out of what you are saying. First, the serpent's lie.…"
Fourthday
Patricia Dallmann posted a blog post

For God is Not the Author of Confusion

There’s a radical difference between Quaker understanding of Genesis and that of other Christian traditions. One reason for that is our understanding that sin is “not for term of life,” or at least needn’t be. The binary alternatives before each of us (salvation from sin or condemnation in it) are of utmost importance, and is the main topic of Scripture, which aims to support us in our move toward salvation.Genesis not only gives us a creation myth, but it also emphasizes the binary order…See More
2ndMo 15
Patricia Dallmann commented on Ellis Hein's blog post The Presence of Christ
"I am grateful for your faithfulness, Ellis, both in coming to this insight and in communicating it. Undergirding the insight is an awareness of the love of the Creator, Who created our bodies as well as our hearts, minds, and souls, and called them…"
2ndMo 9
Patricia Dallmann commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post First the Law, Then the Gospel
"I've put a request in to our yearly meeting library for Studies in Christian Enthusiasm, which will arrive in about a month (it's at a monthly meeting library for a few weeks). So, I'll post any information about the Fox…"
1stMo 22
Ellis Hein commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post First the Law, Then the Gospel
"I ran across the following paragraph in Lewis Benson's The Early Quaker Vision of the Church  from  Quaker Religious Thought, Vol. 2, No. 1, p. 7, (Spring 1960) which I thought applicable. That final quote from Fox is taken from…"
1stMo 21
Patricia Dallmann commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post New Literature Site
"Thanks for your comment, Ellis, and also for your suggestion to create a link for the address. "
1stMo 15
Ellis Hein commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post New Literature Site
"Pat, Thank you for putting up this notice. I went to the site and am pleased with what I see. I look forward to see further developments. Might I suggest that the address for the site be made a link so people reading your post can click on the link…"
1stMo 15
Patricia Dallmann posted a blog post

New Literature Site

New Foundation Fellowship announces the arrival of our new literature website at Foundationpublicationsnffusa.org. At the site are approximately two dozen items available for purchase: books and pamphlets written and/or edited by NFF workers from Britain, Europe, and the United States. One may also subscribe for one or two years to Foundation Papers, a quarterly periodical. The site is clearly organized and easy to use, and…See More
1stMo 14
Patricia Dallmann left a comment for Kathleen Neely
"Thanks for the friend request, Katie! Your name is one of my favorites, as I have a daughter also named Kate.  Patricia"
12thMo 28, 2014
Patricia Dallmann and Kathleen Neely are now friends
12thMo 28, 2014
Patricia Dallmann left a comment for Kathleen Neely
"Welcome, Katie! I look forward to getting to know you and hope that you'll write something to share about your reading or experience. It's wonderful that you've been sensitive to the light since you were young, and also are now…"
12thMo 28, 2014
Patricia Dallmann posted a blog post

First the Law, Then the Gospel

I saw this law was the pure love of God which was upon me, and which I must go through, though I was troubled while I was under it for I could not be dead to the law but through the law which did judge and condemn that which is to be condemned. I saw many talked of the law, who had never known the law to be their schoolmaster; and many talked of the Gospel of Christ, who had never known life and immortality brought to light in them by it. You that have been under that schoolmaster, and the…See More
12thMo 27, 2014
Patricia Dallmann left a comment for Annette Estella Hein
"Welcome, Annette! I'm glad you've signed on and look forward to reading your posts or comments. "
12thMo 15, 2014
Patricia Dallmann and Jim Wilson are now friends
11thMo 26, 2014
Ellis Hein commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post Prophetic Faith or Philosophic Idealism
"Pat, There is also an excellent section in Lewis Benson's A Universal Christian Faith (chapter 1 in my copy which  has the original title of Catholic Quakerism) where Lewis discussed some of the same issues you have mentioned. He went on…"
11thMo 25, 2014
Patricia Dallmann posted a blog post

Prophetic Faith or Philosophic Idealism

 An exchange on a recent blog post brought to mind Lewis Benson's first published work, titled "Prophetic Quakerism." Written in 1943, the piece diagnoses the state of modern Quakerism as a deviation from the original prophetic faith into a philosophical idealism, which has so beleaguered our Society in the past century. In an excerpt from "Prophetic Quakerism," Benson describes the difference between the two doctrines of the Inner Light: prophetic and philosophical (italics mine): "First, the…See More
11thMo 23, 2014

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For God is Not the Author of Confusion

There’s a radical difference between Quaker understanding of Genesis and that of other Christian traditions. One reason for that is our understanding that sin is “not for term of life,” or at least needn’t be. The binary alternatives before each of us (salvation from sin or condemnation in it) are of utmost importance, and is the main topic of Scripture, which aims to support us in our move toward salvation.

Genesis not only gives us a creation myth, but it also emphasizes the binary…

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Posted on 2ndMo. 15, 2015 at 20:34 — 1 Comment

New Literature Site

New Foundation Fellowship announces the arrival of our new literature website at Foundationpublicationsnffusa.org. At the site are approximately two dozen items available for purchase: books and pamphlets written and/or edited by NFF workers from Britain, Europe, and the United States. One may also subscribe for one or two years to Foundation Papers, a quarterly periodical. The site is clearly organized and easy to…

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Posted on 1stMo. 14, 2015 at 14:00 — 2 Comments

First the Law, Then the Gospel

I saw this law was the pure love of God which was upon me, and which I must go through, though I was troubled while I was under it for I could not be dead to the law but through the law which did judge and condemn that which is to be condemned. I saw many talked of the law, who had never known the law to be their schoolmaster; and many talked of the Gospel of Christ, who had never known life and immortality brought to light in them by it.…

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Posted on 12thMo. 27, 2014 at 15:03 — 2 Comments

Prophetic Faith or Philosophic Idealism

 An exchange on a recent blog post brought to mind Lewis Benson's first published work, titled "Prophetic Quakerism." Written in 1943, the piece diagnoses the state of modern Quakerism as a deviation from the original prophetic faith into a philosophical idealism, which has so beleaguered our Society in the past century. In an excerpt from "Prophetic Quakerism," Benson describes the difference between the two doctrines of the Inner Light: prophetic and philosophical (italics…

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Posted on 11thMo. 23, 2014 at 20:09 — 1 Comment

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Hi Pat,
Glad you've signed up. If you can, please try out the site, and try adding some of your material. The site won't be going live for a while, so please feel to experiment, then let me know what you think
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