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Series: William Penn Lecture

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Christian life (William Penn lectures) by Elbert Russell1916
The Quaker of the future time by George A. Walton1916
The Christian patriot by Norman Thomas1917
The Christian demand for social reconstruction by Harry Frederick Ward1918
Religion as reality, life and power by Rufus Matthew Jones1919
Heroes in peace by John Haynes Holmes1920
Hidden from the prudent by Paul Jones1921
Incentives in modern life by Kirby Page1922
Can Quakerism speak to this generation? by Henry Theodore Hodgkin1932
The light of the world by John A. Hughes1933
Tradition and progress by Harold E. B. Speight1934
Design for living by Patrick Murphy Malin1935
The basic necessity for spiritual reconstruction: delivered at Race Street Meeting House, Philadelphia by Howard William Hintz1936
The open life : Delivered at Arch street meeting houuse, Philadelphia by Douglas V. Steere1937
Divine-human society by Howard H. Brinton1938
Holy obedience : [lecture] delivered at Arch street meeting house, Philadelphia by Thomas R. Kelly1939
Sharpening the edge of the spiritual message by Allen David Hole1940
The Vital Cell by Rufus Matthew Jones1941
The practice of the love of God by Kenneth Ewart Boulding1942
In the nurture of the Lord by Edward R. Miller1943
Two worlds by Henry Joel Cadbury1944
The light within as redemptive power by Cecil Eugene Hinshaw1945
The City of God and The City Of Man by Gilbert H. Kilpack1946
A radical experiment by D. Elton Trueblood1947
"In apprehension how like a god!" by Bayard Rustin1948
The Flavor of Man by Jean Toomer1949
A saint at work, a view of Gandhi's work and message by Amiya Chandra Chakravarty1950
And having done all, to stand : delivered at Arch Street Meeting House, Philadelphia by Clarence Evan Pickett1951
Declaring the everlasting truth by A. Burns Chalmers1952
The churches and the body of Christ by H. Richard Niebuhr1953
The personal relevance of truth by Thomas Shipley Brown1954
The joy that is set before us by Elise Boulding1956
Into great waters by Norman J. Whitney1957
Peace and tranquility : the Quaker witnesses : delivered at the Race Street meeting house, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 30, 1958 by Ira De Augustine Reid1958
The character of a Quaker by Henry J. Cadbury1959
Freedom to love. William Penn lecture ...1962. by Albert Bigelow1962
The search for a sense of unity by Landrum Rymer Bolling1963

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