Robert Bell, from Guilford College, interviewed me and did a really nice write up about the new book Rhiannon Grant and I co-edited.
The book is unique in its approach to Quaker Studies for a variety of reasons, including those we invited to write, the chapters covered, and some of the methodology behind the formation of the content. For one, we are proud of the book having a number of biographical offerings throughout the book, following inspiration from McClendon’s “Biography as Theology,” acting as case studies for how individuals have lived out their witness in the world.
Read Bell’s piece on The Quaker World here.
Get a copy of the book on Amazon or Routledge Books.