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Quakerism : a religion of life by Rufus M. Jones1908
Spiritual guidance in the experience of the Society of Friends by William Charles Braithwaite1909
The communion of life by Joan Mary Fry1910
Human progress and the inward light by Thomas Hodgkin1911
Nature and Purpose of a Christian Society by T. R. Glover1912
Social service : its place in the Society of Friends by Joshua Rowntree1913
The historic and the inward christ : a study in Quaker thought by Edward Grubb1914
The quest for truth by Silvanus P. Thompson1915
The missionary spirit and the present opportunity by Henry T. Hodgkin1916
The Day of Our Visitation (Swarthmore Lectures) by William Littleboy1917
The new social outlook by Lucy Fryer Morland1918
Silent worship : the way of wonder by L. Violet Hodgkin1919
The nature and authority of conscience by Rufus Matthew JonesAugust 1920
Quakerism and the future of the church by Herbert G. WoodMay 1920
The Long Pilgrimage: Human Progress in the Light of the Christian Hope (The Swarthmore lecture) by Thomas Edmund Harvey1921
Religion and Public Life by Carl Heath1922
Personal religion and the service of humanity, by Helen M. Sturge1923
Inner Light and Modern Thought by Gerald Kenway Hibbert1924
The Quaker ministry by John W. Graham1925
The things that are before us by A. Neave Brayshaw1926
Christ and the world's unrest by Harry T. Silcock1927
The Light of Christ by John S. Hoyland1928
Science and the Unseen World by Arthur Stanley Eddington1929
Democracy and religion : a study in Quakerism by G. von Schulze-Gaevernitz1930
Unemployment and plenty, by Shipley Neave Brayshaw1933
Christ, yesterday and today (Swarthmore lecture) by G.B. Jeffery1934
Our Response to God by William E. Wilson1935
Towards a new manner of living by Howard E. Collier1936
Religion and culture by Caroline Cassandra Graveson1937
Democratic Leadership by A. Barratt Brown1938
The trustworthiness of religious experience by Elton Trueblood1939
The light of Christ in a pagan world by John A. Hughes1940
The Undivided Mind by E. B. Castle1941
The Law of Liberty by Margaret M. Harvey1942
Planning for freedom by Leyton Price Richards1943
Man, Society and Religion: An Essay in Bridge-Building by W. Russell Brain1944
Worship and Social Progress (Swarthmore Lecture. 1945.) by Wilfrid Allott1945
The warrant for youth's search by John Hoare1946
Authority, Leadership and Concern: A Study in Motive and Administration in Quaker Relief Work (Swarthmore Lecture) by Roger C. Wilson1949
Quakerism: a faith for ordinary men (Swarthmore lecture) by R. Duncan Fairn1951
Preparation for Worship by Thomas F. Green1952
Removing the Causes of War by Kathleen Lonsdale1953
From loneliness to fellowship: A study in psychology and Quakerism (Swarthmore lectures series;1954) by Wilhelm Aarek1954
Where words come from : an interpretation of the ground and practice of Quaker worship and ministry by Douglas V. Steere1955
Quakers and the religious quest by Edgar G. Dunstan1956
Quakerism and early Christianity by Henry J. Cadbury1957
The concrete and the universal (Swarthmore lecture) by Margaret B. Hobling1958
The castle and the field : an essay in the psychology of religion by Harold Loukes1959
Swarthmore Lecture 1960: The Creative Imagination by Kenneth C. Barnes1960
Tolerance and the intolerable by Richard K. Ullmann1961
Building the Institutions of Peace by J. Duncan Wood1962
God in every man by L. Hugh Doncaster1963
Tradition and experience by Richenda C. Scott1964
Search for Reality in Religion by John Macmurray1965
The moral challenge of communism: some ethical aspects of Marxist-Leninist society by William Ernest Barton1966
Constancy and change in the Society of Friends by Kathleen M Slack1967
Quakers and Humanists by William Homan Thorpe1968
Bearings; or, Friends and the new Reformation by Maurice A. Creasey1969
The prospering of truth by Kenneth Ewart Boulding1970
On having a sense of all conditions by Charles Frederick Carter1971
Reason, morality and religion by R. S. Peters1972
Prophets and reconcilers : reflections on the Quaker peace testimony by Wolf Mendl1974
Sense of Glory: Psychological Study of Peak Experiences (Swarthmore Lecture) by Ralph Hetherington1975
And a New Earth: Making Tomorrow's Society Better Than Today's (Swarthmore Lecture) by William Grigor McClelland1976
Truth: A Path and Not a Possession (Swarthmore Lecture) by Damaris Parker-Rhodes1977
Signs of life : art and religious experience by John Ormerod Greenwood1978
Of schools and schoolmasters : some thoughts on the Quaker contribution to education by John Reader1979
What canst thou say? Towards a Quaker theology by Janet Scott1980
True justice : Quaker peace makers and peace making by Adam Curle1981
Reasonable Uncertainty: Quaker Approach to Doctrine (Swarthmore Lecture) by Gerald Priestland1982
Measure of Our Values: Goals and Dilemmas in the Upbringing of Children (Swarthmore lecture) by Sir Michael Rutter1983
The two Cinnas : Quakerism, revolution and poetry : a dialogue by Laurence Lerner1984
Steps in a large room by Christopher Holdsworth1985
Bringing the invisible into the light : some Quaker feminists speak of their experience by Quaker Women's Group1986
Mending hurts by John Lampen1987
A Minority of One (Swarthmore Lecture) by Harvey Gillman1988
Broken for Life by S. Jocelyn Burnell1989
Testimony and Tradition by John Punshon1990
Patterns and Examples: Quaker Attitudes and European Opportunities by Geoffrey Hubbard1991
Images and silence : the future of Quaker ministry by Brenda Clifft Heales1992
Peace is a process by Sydney D. Bailey1993
Being Together: Our Corporate Life in the Religious Society of Friends by Margaret Heathfield1994
Only fellow-voyagers : creation stories as guides for the journey by Anne Thomas1995
Beyond the spirit of the age : Quaker social responsibility at the end of the twentieth century by Jonathan Dale1996
Previous Convictions and the End of the Millennium Quakerism (Swarthmore Lecture) by Christine Trevett1997
Who Do We Think We Are?: Young Friends' Commitment and Belonging by Gay Morton1998
A faith to call our own : Quaker tradition in the light of contemporary movements of the spirit by Alex Wildwood1999
Forgiving justice : a Quaker vision for criminal justice by Tim Newell2000
Wrestling with the angel : Quaker engagement in commercial and public affairs by Tony Stoller2001
Playing in the presence : genetics, ethics and spirituality by Jackie Leach Scully2002
Interfaith Pilgrims: Living Truths and Truthful Living by Eleanor Nesbitt2003
Spirited living : waging conflict, building peace by Simon Fisher2004
No Extraordinary Power: Prayer, Stillness and Activism (Swarthmore Lectures) by Helen Steven2005
Reflections from a Long Marriage 2006: Swarthmore Lecture by Roger Sawtell2006
Ground and Spring by Beth Allen2007
Minding the future by Christine A. M. Davis2008
The presence in the midst : reflections on discernment by Peter J. Eccles2009
The Unequal World We Inhabit: Quaker Responses to Terrorism and Fundamentalism: Swarthmore Lecture 2010 by Paul A. Lacey2010
Costing Not Less Than Everything: Sustainability and Spirituality in Challenging Times (Swarthmore Lecture) by Pam Lunn2011
Costing not less than everything: sustainability and spirituality in challenging times: DVD video of the presentation of this Swarthmore Lecture (2011) at Yearly Meeting Gathering of Britain Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) by Pam Lunn2011
Snakes and Ladders: A Personal Exploration of Quaker Work on Human Rights at the United Nations by Rachel Brett2012
Journey into Life: Inheriting the Story of Early Friends (Swarthmore Lecture) by Gerald Hewitson2013
Open for transformation: Being Quaker (Swarthmore Lecture Book 2014) by Ben Pink Dandelion2014
Faith, Power and Peace 2015 (Swarthmore Lecture) by Diana Francis2015
Mending Broken Hearts, Rebuilding Shattered Lives: Quaker Peacebuilding in East and Central Africa: The 2016 Swarthmore Lecture 2016 by Esther Mombo2016

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