NEW BOOKS (and one CD and two pamphlets) added to the library collection:
—Buckley, Paul: Primitive Quakerism revived: living as Friends in the twenty-first century, 2018.
—Canto, Francisco: The line becomes a river: dispatches from the border, 2018. Canto joined the U.S. border patrol determined to experience what was happening on the Mexican border first hand.
—Cobb, Wayne: Quakers in early Falmouth and Portland, Maine, 1740-1850, 2019.
—Dawnland (CD): a documentary about cultural survival and stolen children, 2018.
—Gulley, Philip: Unlearning God: how unbelieving helped me believe, 2018. This book is extremely readable, written with humor, and is a thoughtful study on the nature of God.
—Hockett, Eloise and John Muhanji: Lessons from cross-cultural collaboration, 2017. Quaker projects mainly in Kenya are described through the lens and perspective of an American and a
—Humphries, Debbie L.: Seeds that change the world: essays on Quakerism, spirituality, faith and culture, 2017. Debbie Humphries traveled in the ministry among Friends under the care of Hartford Meeting.
—Johnson, David: The workings of the Spirit of God within (Pendle Hill Pamphlet), 2019.
—Johnson, Elizabeth A.: Creation and the Cross: the mercy of God for a planet in peril, 2018. The proper focus is not humanity but creation in its entirety.
—Jones, Rufus M.: A call to a new installment of the heroic Spirit. NEYM, 1947.
—Jones, Rufus M.: Quakers in the American Colonies, 1911.
—Muench, Elizabeth: Friendly audits, 1990.
—O’Sullivan, Elizabeth: Building bridges: four stories from the Bible (Pendle Hill Pamphlet), 2019.
—Quaker religious thought, 2019 (a periodical of modern Quaker thinking issued twice a year).
—Trueblood, Elton: While it is day: an autobiography.
—Tutu, Desmond: Made for goodness, and why this makes all the difference, 2010.
These books were gifts to the library or purchased as recommended by Friends Journal and the United Society of Friends Women International. You will find most of these books on the NEW BOOK SHELF!