For additional insight, I would suggest Charles Fager’s A Respondent Spark: The Basics in Bible Study (Kimo Press, 1984), which builds on a Quaker perspective and compares various translations of the Bible:

  • Opening the Bible – how Quakers let the Bible read us, in the Spirit in which it was given. We could turn to key passages in our Quaker understanding as examples of how scriptural insights have shaped and guided our Quaker faith.
  • Called to Service – drawing also on Evangelical Friends Church-Eastern Region to share experiences from the Friends Disaster Service work, an example of grassroots Quaker witness and work.

 

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