1 edition of Towards a Quaker view of sex found in the catalog.
Towards a Quaker view of sex
by Friends Home Service Committee, [Literature Committee] in London
Written in English
Previous ed., 1963.
|Statement||by a group of Friends.|
|Contributions||Friends Home Service Committee. Literature Committee.|
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Bailey writes, “Taylor maintains that marriage is the queen of. Ineleven British Friends began meeting to explore problems and perspectives on human sexuality, particularly homosexuality. They produced Towards a Quaker View of Sex inthe first report by a religious body that espoused a positive understanding of vintage-memorabilia.com exhibit displays original documents, pictures and interviews that chronicle the group's courageous journey and the.
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Doesn’t their pamphlet deserve far more appreciation than Quaker historians have so far given it. It is not a perfect analysis and has become largely outdated, but the authors anticipated this. Quaker educators of this period advocated sex education as a way of strengthening marriage.
Divorce was seen as a tragedy, but the meetings were encouraged to emphasis forgiveness and could sanction remarriage within the meeting. Ina group of British Friends published, Towards a. Text The Friend February 15, "Towards a Quaker View of Sex" The unofficial group of Friends who since have been examining sexual problems and morals have now completed an essay, TOWARDS A QUAKER VIEW OF SEX, which is to be published in a.
The views of Quakers around the world towards homosexuality encompass a range from complete celebration and the practice of same-sex marriage, to the view that homosexuality is sinfully deviant and contrary to God's intentions for sexual expression.
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Quaker Home Service, London,revised In ending, I return to my theme of education. The young-and indeed the old-need a consistent code. 14 But they must choose it themselves. Towards a Quaker View of Sex; p. London: Friends Home Service Committee, 2 Sjo ¨ vall T.
Sex and Human Relations p. Author: Theodore Fox. Alastair Heron is the author of Towards a Quaker View of Sex ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Caring, Conviction, Commitment ( /5.
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Often we find ourselves agreeing on. Towards a Quaker view of sex, In the journey through life, as we grow and mature, live singly or in a relationship with others our sexuality will grow, develop and change.
Our sexual needs, drives and fantasies will be different at different stages in .Service Committee has been glad to publish Towards a Quaker View of Sex for the group of Friends which prepared it, as a contribution to thought on an important subject.
The views expressed are those of the authors, and Christianity is not a book of rules, the application of .Towards a Quaker View of Sex; an Essay Barnes, Kenneth C.
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