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Patricia Dallmann commented on Lewis Hein's blog post The marks of true religion, Part 1
"Lewis, to hear of your struggle to reach understanding on the problem of assurance and your knowing that true understanding comes from the Lord is heartening. I think the conclusions that you came to are true. Are you familiar with Penington's…"
2ndMo 8
Ellis Hein commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post Rediscovering the Teaching of George Fox: The New Worship (lecture four)
"I have been looking for places to mention Benson's Lecture 4 and to urge people to read it. I searched on Wordpress under the keyword "worship".  I was struck with an overwhelming sense of entering a "night of thick…"
2ndMo 4
Ellis Hein commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post Rediscovering the Teaching of George Fox: The New Worship (lecture four)
"I have just finished reading Lewis Benson's Lecture 4 for the I-don't-know-how-many-times. My reaction seems to be the same every time. This is something every profession Christian and every professing Quaker must read and understand.…"
2ndMo 2
Patricia Dallmann commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post Rediscovering the Teaching of George Fox: The New Worship (lecture four)
"Thanks for the comment, Rhonda. It's good to remember Fox's admonition to Lady Claypoole to look not down at sin but at that which overcomes it. That choice keeps one from becoming a part of the problem and is instead edifying, at least…"
2ndMo 1
Rhonda Fuller commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post Rediscovering the Teaching of George Fox: The New Worship (lecture four)
""Early Friends gathered together and quieted themselves in order to receive and  hear their heavenly prophet, receive intercession from their heavenly priest, be ruled as a people by their heavenly king, and be fed by their heavenly…"
1stMo 31
Patricia Dallmann posted a blog post

Rediscovering the Teaching of George Fox: The New Worship (lecture four)

Fox repeats this call over and over: "Keep your testimony...for your worship in the spirit and in the truth, that Christ Jesus hath set up" (Works, 8:34); "keep up your testimony in the light, power, and spirit of God, for the worship that Christ set up above sixteen hundred years since, in spirit and in truth,...which is a worship that cannot be shaken." (8:84) This is a testimony that the Quakers had before the peace testimony was formulated in 1660, and I think in Fox's mind it was the most…See More
1stMo 30
Patricia Dallmann commented on Annette Estella Hein's blog post Parable for the New Year
"  Here is the Nayler quotation that I mentioned in my previous comment as referring to Heb. 11:38. The final sentence's "dens and desolate places" echoes that verse's "dens and caves of the earth." These are…"
1stMo 10
Patricia Dallmann commented on Annette Estella Hein's blog post Parable for the New Year
"Thanks for this poem, Annette. I was reading Hebrews 11 yesterday, and I thought it significant  that the writer, in talking about faith, lists individuals, one after another throughout the chapter. Right living, it seems to me, is known…"
1stMo 9
Patricia Dallmann commented on Ellis Hein's blog post The Place of George Fox in Christian History: a review of Lewis Benson's first of ten Moorestown Lectures
"Here's a major portion of the introduction that I posted on Quakerquaker.org, which provides additional description of this first lecture in the series: In this first lecture, "The Place of George Fox in Christian History," Benson…"
10thMo 15, 2016
Rhonda Fuller commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post Doing Our Part
"Thank you, Pat for bringing to attention important information."
10thMo 10, 2016
Patricia Dallmann posted a blog post

Doing Our Part

A year and a half ago I wrote an essay titled “The Only Antidote,” in which I argued for the need to think critically: to use natural powers of reason and conscience to honor, discern, and communicate the truth. Referring to Hannah Arendt’s understanding of the cause behind the rise of Fascism and also referring to a Bible story of John the Baptist’s execution by Herod, I pointed to the crucial and perennial role of critical thought in containing the spread of evil.Although critical thought can…See More
10thMo 6, 2016
Patricia Dallmann left a comment for Patricia Dallmann
"Thank you for introducing yourself, Henry. I hope you feel encouraged to join in our discussions and to post essays of your own. Please also feel free to comment on any of the earlier posts, if you wish. You've had a long-time interest in early…"
9thMo 23, 2016
Henry Jason, Jr. left a comment for Patricia Dallmann
"Thank you for the welcoming words. Perhaps this is the place to say a few words about myself. I am a retired speech and language pathologist. I live in San Mateo, California. I was born and raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts and raised as a Roman…"
9thMo 23, 2016
Patricia Dallmann left a comment for Henry Jason, Jr.
"Hello Henry. I hope that you feel welcome to post and to join in our discussions.  "
9thMo 11, 2016
Ellis Hein commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post Partaking of the Sufferings (part three)
"Some further comments on that passage in Isaiah: Chapter 54 continues on from verse 13 to the end describing the outcome of being taught by the Lord. It finally dawned on me that chapter 55 is a continuation. 54:13 to the end describes the condition…"
8thMo 25, 2016

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Rediscovering the Teaching of George Fox: The New Worship (lecture four)

Fox repeats this call over and over: "Keep your testimony...for your worship in the spirit and in the truth, that Christ Jesus hath set up" (Works, 8:34); "keep up your testimony in the light, power, and spirit of God, for the worship that Christ set up above sixteen hundred years since, in spirit and in truth,...which is a worship that cannot be shaken." (8:84) This is a testimony that the Quakers had before the peace testimony was formulated in 1660, and I think in Fox's mind it was the…

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Posted on 1stMo. 30, 2017 at 17:00 — 4 Comments

The Mediate Role of Virtue

Love mercy and true judgment, justice and righteousness; for the Lord delighteth in such. Consider these things in time, and take heed how ye spend your time. Now ye have time, prize it; and show mercy, that ye may receive mercy from the Lord: for he is coming to try all things, and will plead with all flesh as by fire (Works, 1:115)

This statement is from a letter that Fox wrote in 1651 while he was being held in Darby jail. In this letter, Fox…

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Posted on 12thMo. 15, 2016 at 14:00

The Everlasting Gospel Preached by George Fox: Lewis Benson's second lecture from the series "Rediscovering the Teaching of George Fox"

Ye that have seen the everlasting gospel, and known the everlasting gospel preached again, which was among the apostles, and have been reaped out from among the apostates, got up since the apostles’ days; I say, live in it, and dwell in it; in which life and power ye see over to the apostles’ days (The Works of George Fox 7:268). 

"The Everlasting Gospel Preached by George Fox" is the second of ten lectures given by Lewis Benson in his lecture series Rediscovering the…

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Posted on 11thMo. 2, 2016 at 13:30 — 5 Comments

Doing Our Part

A year and a half ago I wrote an essay titled “The Only Antidote,” in which I argued for the need to think critically: to use natural powers of reason and conscience to honor, discern, and communicate the truth. Referring to Hannah Arendt’s understanding of the cause behind the rise of Fascism and also referring to a Bible story of John the Baptist’s execution by Herod, I pointed to the crucial and perennial role of critical thought in containing the spread of evil.

Although critical…

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Posted on 10thMo. 6, 2016 at 16:47 — 1 Comment

Comment Wall (4 comments)

At 12:31 on 9thMo. 21, 2010, Allistair Lomax said…
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
Allistair
At 18:42 on 3rdMo. 8, 2015, Earlon William (Bill) Carsley said…

It sounds like it might be well to wait for the 2015 publication to come out before purchasing.  I'll see what I can find out about it.  Thanks, Pat...

At 4:23 on 9thMo. 23, 2016, Henry Jason, Jr. said…

Thank you for the welcoming words. Perhaps this is the place to say a few words about myself.

I am a retired speech and language pathologist. I live in San Mateo, California. I was born and raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts and raised as a Roman Catholic. Some twenty five years ago I first learned of Quakerism through chance reading, and became especially interested in the principles and beliefs of early and traditional Friends. I also have an ongoing interest in early Christianity of the first three centuries since even before that time. I can read the Koine Greek of the New Testament. 

I have had an association with Ohio Conservative Quakers for some twenty  years. Two years ago I became an affiliate member of Middleton Friends Meeting in Columbiana, Ohio (Ohio Yearly Meeting (Conservative)). But living in San Mateo, California, I attend Palo Friends Meeting, a local liberal Friends meeting.

 I look forward to learning more about authentic traditional Quaker teachings and beliefs and participating on this New Foundation Fellowship website.

At 12:51 on 9thMo. 23, 2016, Patricia Dallmann said…

Thank you for introducing yourself, Henry. I hope you feel encouraged to join in our discussions and to post essays of your own. Please also feel free to comment on any of the earlier posts, if you wish. You've had a long-time interest in early Friends--as have many of us--and I look forward to your contributions. 

Some of us also have connections to Ohio YM (Conservative). Terry Wallace is a member there and has been active with NFF for decades, also Arthur Berk. I attended the yearly meeting in Barnesville a few times, and now and then have met with Keystone Fellowship here in Pennsylvania. Also, in 2001, I traveled in the ministry in France with Nancy Hawkins. Jack and Susan Smith have attended our gatherings often. So, there's been quite a bit of overlap.

Again, glad you found your way here!   

 

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