Reproclaiming the Everlasting Gospel
I am an ordained Primitive Baptist minister in North Carolina. I recently began to feel a longing and a desire for holiness and Godly living. In the course of my study of the Holy Scriptures I began to sense that the church I have served in, the church of the 21st century, was not the Church of the Lord Jesus. As I began to pray and study more and more, I began to see that one church is of the bondwoman and the other of the free.
Added by Bradley Keith Whitley on 2ndMo. 26, 2011 at 3:33 — 2 Comments
This is my first attempt at an original blog post and it will probably show. Please bear with me as I find my way forward with both the topic and the technology.
Here are my short answers to the questions above:
Added by Dan Davenport on 2ndMo. 19, 2011 at 21:00 — 4 Comments
I am new to this website but I am not new to the Society. My initial connection was through my Quaker mother, who introduced me to the Westbury, New York meeting, which (without my being aware of it at the time) made me a birthright Quaker.
This would have been in the 1950s, and my childlike perception of that meeting in Westbury was that things were good, very good, there. Likely that perception was accurate, that things actually were good there. The meeting was vital, supportive,…Continue
Added by Lawrence Richard Black on 2ndMo. 12, 2011 at 14:18 — 5 Comments
Due to the public nature of my outreach through QuakerJane.com, I sometimes have readers pose interesting questions. Recently a liberal Friend expressed concern about the wave of Conservatism that was overtaking the US, and she feared, the Religious Society of Friends. After some back and forth, we worked out three questions that spoke to some of her concerns, which I then answered. Even though this is in reference to the branch of Conservative Quakerism in the US rather than New Foundation…Continue
Added by Isabel Penraeth on 2ndMo. 1, 2011 at 13:03 — 9 Comments
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