Are you anxious about global warming, the repeat waves of recession, government shut downs, or any other discernible sign of an impending apocalypse?
The end of the world has been a popular topic for centuries, but none of the doomsday scenarios so far have caught my attention. But I feel inspired by the thoughts and queries shared by Ben Pink Dandelion, a quaker scholar from England.
Here is the first part of a series of study sessions on Quaker theology and history illuminating the “end of the world” topic.
The study sessions took place during the Canadian Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends in Kemptville, ON in August 2013. I will link to the following instalments of this five part series as they are posted publicly.
The End of the World – parts 2 and 3
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