Interspirituality & Interfaith Concerns

 

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Quaker Resources on Interspirituality & Interfaith Concerns

Print resources available from the FGC Quaker bookstore, quakerbooks.org.

  • Interfaith Dialogue at the Grass Roots, edited by Rebecca Kratz Mays.
  • Patterns and Examples: Experiencing the Spirit of Other Faiths, edited by Peter Jarman.
  • Quakerism and The Interfaith Movement: A Handbook for Peacemakers, edited by Anthony Manousos.
  • I Have Always Wanted to be Jewish: And Now, Thanks to the Religious Society of Friends, I Am, by Claire Gorfinkel; Pendle Hill Pamphlet #350.
  • Quakers and Jews, by Allan Kohrman.
  • Islam from a Quaker Perspective (Updated 2008 with Friends and The Interfaith Movement), by Anthony Manousos.
  • The Mindful Quaker: A Brief Introduction to Buddhist Wisdom for Friends, by Valerie Brown; Pendle Hill Pamphlet.
  • A Quaker in the Zendo, by Steve Smith; Pendle Hill Pamphlet #370.

*  Editor's note: Most of these resources more directly address "interfaith" concerns than they do "interspirituality," which, for the author of "Interspirituality," is a deeper matter.

Buddhism & Quakerism

  • The Mindful Quaker: A Brief Introduction to Buddhist Wisdom for Friends, Valerie Brown; Pendle Hill Pamphlet; $6.50.
  • A Quaker in the Zendo, by Steve Smith; Pendle Hill Pamphlet #370.

Judaism & Quakerism

  • I Have Always Wanted to be Jewish: And Now, Thanks to the Religious Society of Friends, I Am, by Claire Gorfinkel; Pendle Hill Pamphlet #350.
  • Quakers and Jews, by Allan Kohrman.