Presenting the work of Quaker atheists, agnostics, humanists, and others who practice Quakerism without supernatural beliefs

Nontheism Among Friends – Workshop at Powell House

Facilitated by Robin Alpern and Zach Alexander
January 2-4, 2009

Please join us as we explore the faith and practice of Quaker nontheists and the richness of a spiritual life not necessarily dependent on belief in God. Friends have become increasingly aware of the theological diversity of our Religious Society–a large proportion of our Society is somewhere on a spectrum that includes postchristians, agnostics, atheists, secularists, and humanists. We invite seekers to celebrate and deepen their beliefs and practices and develop appreciation for the beliefs and practices of others so that we may all enjoy what Henry Cadbury called “the natural variety in Quakerism.”


One response to “Nontheism Among Friends – Workshop at Powell House”

  1. I will be there! I’m curious about how this topic will be approached.

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