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‘Du kannst nicht jeden retten’ |‘Je kan niet iedereen redden’ | ‘You cannot save everyone’

Von / door / by Lisette Nijboer
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‘Du kannst nicht jeden retten’

Das hat mir ein Freund gesagt, als er krank auf meinem Sofa lag. 979 more words


Paris, France – Part I

One of the paradoxes of my project is that, although I have been tracing a French connection within a wider millenarian world, relatively few of my primary sources are in fact located in France. 595 more words

A Quaker Lens Aids Biblical Interpretation

I am currently writing a book on organizational spirituality. The central scripture of my book comes from Colossians. Colossians is a first-century letter to a house church in Colossae. 461 more words


Opportunities for the EU to build long-term peace in Bosnia-Herzegovina

What is happening?

On Monday March 5, QCEA and Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP) held the first of a series of events that link peacebuilding with geographic case studies. 1,115 more words


#BookReview: Phoebe's Light by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Phoebe’s Light is an intriguing tale! Suzanne Woods Fisher shares a rich and vivid story as she regales readers with the history of Nantucket, whaling, and the Quaker faith. 281 more words


David Boulton: Through A Glass Darkly

I explained that I wasn’t about to censor what I wrote about, when I posted this review of Derek Guiton‘s A Man That Looks on Glass… 446 more words


Women’s Lives in the Archives

To celebrate International Women’s Day on the 8th March, I am delving in to the archives to discover some of the ways women’s lives are documented. 766 more words

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