The Quaker conviction of equality sometimes caused small changes in behavior that ultimately had radical consequences. Thomas Hamm explains the origins of Quaker plain speech.
Whose murder “matters?” Victoria Greene’s son, Emir, was killed in 1997, one of countless victims society ignores. Now her ministry is to support families of murder victims and bring attention to the fact that every murder is real.
Eden Grace explains how the sacred discernment of seemingly trivial decisions can transform the world.
A compilation of the (mostly) ridiculous history of Quakers in the movies.
At Canadian Yearly Meeting in 2013, Quaker theologian Ben Pink Dandelion gave five in-depth talks on the history of Quakerism entitled "The End of the World, the Beginning of Quakerism, and What Happened Next."
Peterson Toscano speaks about Quakers and God.
Quakers threw out everything they saw as “empty forms” in the church of their day, including communion and baptism.