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1993) (The second book in the Elizabeth Elliot series) A novel by Irene Allen. When an eminent Harvard paleontologist is murdered in his lab, Irene Allen abandons her nonviolent existence to help the prime suspect in the murder, a friend who once filed sexual harassment charges against the late professor. Used availability for Irene Allen's Quaker Witness. October 1993 : USA Hardback.
1st ed. by Irene Allen. Published 1993 by Villard Books in New York. Cambridge, Massachusetts. An Elizabeth Elliot mystery"-Jacket.
Meet Elizabeth Elliot. A Quaker whose quiet wisdom and determined will are powerful tools of detection .
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A Book of Discipline may refer to one of the various books issued by a Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, setting out what it means to be a Quaker in that Yearly Meeting. The common name for this book varies from one Yearly Meeting to another and includes Book of Discipline, Faith and Practice, Christian Faith and Practice, Quaker Faith and Practice, Church Government and Handbook of Practice and Procedure.
For example, I read the gospels through a Quaker lens and as a result, I probably see Jesus as more of a pacifist than someone from a more traditional Christian background. The lens I use brings certain aspects of the text into focus-but sometimes at the cost of obscuring other attributes. In this pamphlet, Thomas Gates uses multiple lenses; each illuminates a particular aspect of a story in the scriptures or in Quaker writings, but in addition, he lines them up to reveal the unexpected. Is there any god besides me? (Isaiah 43:10, 43:12, and 44:8). Gates examined what it means to witness, who a witness is, and what a witness does in the context of ancient Israel, in the New Testament, and among Friends. He uses the expected works of early Quakers-Fox, Penn, and Barclay-but also less wellknown seventeenthcentury voices such as Sarah Blackborow and Thomas Lurting.
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