4 edition of sociological analysis of the theology of Quakers found in the catalog.
sociological analysis of the theology of Quakers
Includes bibliographical references (p. -393) and index.
|Other titles||Edwin Mellen|
|Series||Studies in religion and society ;, v. 34, Studies in religion and society (New York, N.Y.) ;, v. 34.|
|LC Classifications||BX7676.2 .D36 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 417 p. :|
|Number of Pages||417|
|LC Control Number||96023943|
Quakerism is an experiential faith that developed in reaction to and in accord with historical circumstances. Despite a mystical interiority, it was oriented to mission in the world and the creation of alternative communities. Being theoretically non-creedal and non-sacramental, its theology was supple and malleable to historical trends and by: 1. More mundanely, the book’s readers are likely to be a very small number of confirmed “insiders” indeed – limited to those who, like reviewers, can get copies without charge, or have regular access to the very few Quaker libraries well-endowed, or reckless enough, to pay $ for a single slim volume.
This book provides the most comprehensive theological analysis to date of the work of early Quaker leaders. Spanning the first seventy years of the Quaker movement to the beginning of its formalization, Early Quakers and their Theological Thought examines in depth the lives and writings of sixteen prominent figures/5(2). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: A new perspective on Quaker history --Defining holiness --Methodology: theology as autobiography, biography, and hagiography --Holiness in Christian history --The essential elements of holiness Quakerism --The essentially orthodox nature of Quaker holiness --Theories of Quaker history.
A Sociological Analysis of the Theology of Quakers: The Silent Revolution New York, Ontario & Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press, Renoux, Christian, "Quietism", in The Papacy: An Encyclopedia, vol 3, edited by Philippe Levillain, 3 vols, (London: Routledge, ). Pink Dandelion, author of The Quakers: A Very Short Introduction, on LibraryThing A Sociological Analysis of the Theology of Quakers: The Silent Revolution 17 copies; Quaker (32) Quaker Basics (5) Quaker Books & Pamphlets (4) Quaker faith (9) Quaker faith and practice (16).
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A Sociological Analysis of the Theology of Quakers: The Silent Revolution (Studies in Religion & Society) illustrated edition Edition.
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This text represents a major sociological investigation into present day Quakerism in Britain. Its main focus is how belief has become individuated within the group and the consequences of this postmodern condition.4/5.
A Sociological Analysis of the Theology of Quakers: The Silent Revolution. A Sociological Analysis of the Theology of Quakers: The Silent Revolution, Pink Dandelion, ISBN X, Volume 34 of Studies in Health and Human Services.
Issue 34 of Studies in religion and society. Pendle Hill is a study, retreat, and conference center located on 24 tranquil acres in the heart of a Quaker community near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). This book focuses primarily on what we have termed the ‘Quaker Condition’.
It looks sociologically at the condition of present-day British Quakerism. This original and innovative collection contributes to several different, though obviously connected, fields within the study of religion.
It operates on five levels. It has been accepted for inclusion in Quaker Studies by an authorized administrator of Digital Commons @ George Fox University. For more information, please [email protected] Recommended Citation Ambler, Rex () "Williams' "Quakerism: A Theology for our Time" - Book Review,"Quaker Studies: Vol.
Iss. 1, Article 8. AN INTRODUCTION TO QUAKERISM This is the first comprehensive introduction to Quakerism which balances a history of the theology of the Quakers or Friends with an overview of present-day practice. It charts the growth of the Quaker movement through the s and s, its different theological emphasisintheeighteenthcentury.
After reading some essays by Ben Pink Dandelion in a collection with Doug Gwyn and Timothy Peat (Heaven on Earth: Quakers and the Second Coming), I stumbled upon A Sociological Analysis of the Theology of Quakers: The Silent Revolution, which is Dandelion’s sociology doctoral thesis.
It’s dense. A sociological analysis of the theology of Quakers: the silent revolution by: Dandelion, Pink Published: () A sociological analysis of tribulation in the Apocalypse of John by: Thompson, Leonard L.
Published: (). Second, the book focuses largely on British Quakerism and so enriches the pool of resources relating to the sociology of British religion and British culture more generally Third, there are very few sociological volumes dedicated to the analysis of a single faith by: 3.
Quakerism’s distinctive ecclesiastical forms and practices are analysed, and its social, economic, political, and ethical outcomes examined. Each of the thirty-seven chapters considers broader religious, social, and cultural contexts, and provides suggestions for further reading.
Buy A Sociological Analysis of the Theology of Quakers by Pink Dandelion from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones Author: Pink Dandelion.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dandelion, Pink. Sociological analysis of the theology of Quakers. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen Press, © Second, the book focuses largely on British Quakerism and so enriches the pool of resources relating to the sociology of British religion and British culture more generally Third, there are very few sociological volumes dedicated to the analysis of a single faiththe book represents an in-depth study of a liberal faith group, when Author: Pink Dandelion and Peter Collins, Peter Collins.
I also kept thinking of Ben Pink Dandelion’s book A Sociological Analysis of the Theology of Quakers. Dandelion’s book is a PhD thesis and even more dense than Gottwald’s, but similarly groundbreaking.
It’s also extremely expensive and not well known among American Friends. I personally especially liked the piece "Weighty Friends," a series of excerpts from Ben Pink Dandelion's book A Sociological Analysis of the Theology of Quakers, which, as a PhD dissertation, is really dense and academically organized, very expensive, and thus not very accessible.
A sociological analysis of the theology of Quakers. Author: Dandelion, Pink. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Brighton Current Institution: University of Brighton Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: Full text unavailable from EThOS.
‘Ben’ Pink Dandelion directs the work of the Centre for Research in Quaker Studies, and is Professor of Quaker Studies at the University of Birmingham and Research Fellow at Lancaster University, UK.
He has published widely in Quakerism and the sociology of religion. He is the author of A Sociological Analysis of the Theology of Quakers; The Liturgies of Quakerism; An Introduction to.
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Abstract. In British Quakers and Religious Language, Rhiannon Grant explores the ways in which this community discusses the identifies characteristic patterns of language use and, through a detailed analysis of examples from published sources, uncovers the philosophical and theological claims which support these by: 1.
This work is a sociological study of Quakers, which investigates the impact that sectarianism has had on identity construction within the Religious Society of Friends in Ireland.
The research highlights individual Friends’ complex and hybrid cultural, national and theological identities, mirrored by the Society’s corporate : Maria Kennedy.