John Woolman and the Apocalypse of the Heart
£170.00 – £245.00
This course examines the life of colonial Quaker John Woolman, who is best known for his antislavery activities and simplicity, but his theology is lesser known. This course is informed by Woolman’s Journal but also includes texts from his other writings. Each session will focus on a theological theme that enlivened his theology and shaped his vision for colonial America. This examination of Woolman’s life raises questions for the impact of Quaker tradition on faithfulness today.
Please note, Jon Kershner will introduce each topic via a live linkup from US, whilst Martin Layton will facilitate discussion from Woodbrooke.
Martin Layton and Jon Kershner (speaker)
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