Quakers in the 21st Century: Lost -- Or Found -- In Space
According to prognosticators of the past, by the 1980s we should have all been zipping around in flying cars, and wearing clothes that clean themselves. Obviously that didn’t happen. And here we find ourselves in the 21st century with a 17th century faith. Does it fit now? Does it work now? What’s our future – immediate and long-term? In Southeastern Yearly Meeting's 2014 Walton Lecture, Brent Bill offers a look at how Quakers, with God’s help, can fit into this brave new world.
Author: J. Brent Bill
Publisher: Southeeastern Yearly Meeting Publications (SEYM)