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The practice of the love of God (edition 1942)

by Kenneth Ewart Boulding (Author), Emma Cadbury

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Title:The practice of the love of God
Authors:Kenneth Ewart Boulding (Author)
Other authors:Emma Cadbury
Info:Philadelphia : Book committee, Religious Society of Friends, [1942]
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  BirmFrdsMtg | Mar 14, 2017 |
1942 William Penn Lecture
  FriendshipFLibrary | Nov 25, 2015 |
This was the 1942 William Penn Lecture to Friends in Philadelphia. The style has an old-fashioned indirect formality that is sometimes graceful but often crosses over into high-flown. His observations are occasionally insightful, sometimes worthy but commonplace, and occasionally, I would say, fine-sounding but misleading. His message is that we should practice the love of God in all aspects of our lives. While Boulding's point is clearly worthy, this is a tedious read. ( )
  QuakerReviews | Mar 2, 2015 |
A direct and forceful encouragement to step forward and "practice what we preach." An encouragement to live a sincere and positive life, to be open and sharing regarding our spiritual understanding, and to endeavor in all our ways to love the Spirit. Slightly out-of-date in some of its cultural references and unanalytical in its references to "God." ( )
  strawberrycreekmtg | Jan 27, 2013 |
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