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CONTENTS Foreword A Tale of Two Quakers Preface Of Time and Eternity Introduction Convincement I HOW THE QUAKERS INVENTED AMERICA II FRIENDLY PERSUASION 1. Faith vs. Feeling 2. The Meaning of the Light 3. The Significance of Jesus 4. How Quakers Approach the Bible 5. The Good Quaker 6. The Holy Experiment 7. Living in the Light of Eternity 8. Why Did the Quakers Stop Quaking? 9. A Peculiar People III QUAKER SPIRITUALITY 1. What Jesus Learned in the Desert and Thoreau Learned in the Woods 2. To See the World in a Grain of Sand IV HOW THE QUAKERS ARE REINVENTING AMERICA Acknowledgements Bibliography
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Society of Friends -- United States -- Influence.
Society of Friends -- United States -- History.
United States -- Church history.