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A Quaker mystic and social activist, Rufus Jones was awarded a Nobel Prize as co-founder of the American Friends Service Committee. Widely considered one of the most significant religious voices in America at the time of his death inhis writings impart an Emersonian vision of the ever-present reality of God in our souls and in our world/5(10).
Rufus Matthew Jones (Janu – J ) was an American religious leader, writer, magazine editor, philosopher, and college professor. He was instrumental in the establishment of the Haverford Emergency Unit (a precursor to the American Friends Service Committee).One of the most influential Quakers of the 20th century, he was a Quaker historian.
Rufus Jones (born 17 May ) is an English actor and writer. Early life. Jones was born in London, and educated at Latymer Upper School and the University of Cambridge, where he studied English.
Career. Jones began his career as one fifth of the comedy group Dutch Elm. Rufus Jones has served classical music lovers well with his page book on the life of Dean Dixon. While the volume makes interesting Rufus Jones book, I wish there were more to it. We find out much about the conductor's trials at the hands of those too prejudiced or afraid to give him the platform he needed in the USA until late in his career/5(10).
Rufus Matthew Jones (Janu J ) was an American religious leader, writer, magazine editor, philosopher, and college professor. He was instrumental in the establishment of the Haverford Emergency Unit (a precursor to the American Friends Service Committee)/5(24). Book Details A Quaker mystic and social activist, Rufus Jones won a Nobel Prize as co-founder of the American Friends Service Committee.
Widely considered one of the most significant religious voices in America at the time of his death inhis writings impart an Emersonian vision of the ever-present reality of God in our souls and in our. Friends come back from their worship with a new sense of ordination, but not the ordination of human hands.
Something has happened in the stillness that makes the heart more tender, more sensitive, more shocked by evil, more dedicated to ideals of life, and more eager to push back the skirts of darkness and to widen the area of light and love. Rufus Matthew Jones has 89 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Rufus Matthew Jones’s most popular book is Rufus Jones: Essential Writings. Rufus Jones: Speaks to our Time: An Anthology by Fosdick, H E and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Modern Spiritual Masters profiles spiritual leaders, writers, and activists from the cusp of the twentieth century and into our own time.
These figures from many lands and faith traditions offer profound insights into the human, the spiritual, and the divine.A Quaker mystic and social activist, Rufus Jones won a Nobel Prize as co-founder of the American Friends Service : Paperback. item 3 The Inner Life by Rufus M. Jones (English) Hardcover Book Free Shipping.
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Best Selling in Nonfiction. See all. The Inner Life reflects upon the Christian principle of the soul and nourishing one's spiritual essence, as viewed from the Quaker perspective of Rufus M. Jones. Populating this treatise with a variety of sources and inspirations, Rufus M. Jones advances the view that Christians may seek and find the very core of God's strength laying within : Rufus M.
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A call to what is vital. by Jones, Rufus M. (Rufus Matthew), prof. philosophy in Haverford College, founder American Friends Service Committee, and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at To understand Rufus Jones's mysticism, we must turn to the turn-of-the-century Quaker milieu in which it was formulated.
6 "There are few crises to compare," wrote Rufus Jones in"with that which appears when the simple, childhood religion, imbibed at mother's knee and absorbed from early home and church environment, comes into collision.
Get this from a library. Rufus Jones: essential writings. [Rufus M Jones; Kerry S Walters] -- Rufus Jones (), a Quaker mystic and social activist, received a Nobel Prize as co-founder of the American Friends Service Committee.
His writings impart a vision of the ever-present reality. This is an anthology of the works of the late Rufus Jones, the great Quaker leader.
Fosdick has rendered a great service to all questing souls by the preparation of this selection from the writings of Rufus Jones and by giving in his introduction a clear summation of his contributions to our religious life and thought.
As Fosdick points out, the sources of Jones' greatness were. Rufus Matthew Jones (), a philosopher, mystical scholar, Quaker historian, and social reformer, grew up in China, Maine among orthodox Quakers. He graduated from Haverford College in and received an M.A.
from his alma mater in and from Harvard in Brand: Pendle Hill Publications.Book Review by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat.
Twitter Facebook Link Print. Share. Rufus Jones ( - ) grew up on a farm in Maine and went on to a full and active career as a Quaker mystic and social activist. He wrote over 50 books and hundreds of essays. Jones taught philosophy, religion, and psychology at Haverford College.Kindred quiz that tests what you know.
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