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In an intimate spiritual memoir, Ranger shares her reflections on a journey of self-discovery. Through a narrative written in diary format, she compares and contrasts the Religious Society of Friends and the Seventh-day Adventists and calls for better understanding of and bridges between liberal and conservative Christians. Seventh-day Quaker examines the role and practice of sabbath, silence, prayer, rites and rituals, evangelicalism, the Bible, Creationism, God's existence, and the call to ministry.
Grand Rapids, MI
Quakers, society of friends, religious society of friends, seventh-day Adventists, spiritual, religious, diaries, journals, biography, autobiography, life, lesbians
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Ranger, Kim L., "Seventh-day Quaker: A spiritual memoir" (2016). Books. 1.