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The pilgrimage paradox

The Friend, 24/02/2012


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Resource information:
Resource IDloverance2012
Resource titleThe pilgrimage paradox
Author(s)Rowena Loverance
Publication/ sourceThe Friend
Date published24/02/2012
Summary text/ abstract'To kneel where prayer has been valid.' This line from TS Eliot's 'Little Gidding', quoted in the preface of Arthur Kincaid's new book The Cradle of Quakerism, sums up the paradox that Quakers have to surmount when deciding how to commemorate and celebrate their roots. For prayer can be valid at any time and in any place.
Library categoriesLand Rights, Simplicity
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