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Inspired Philanthropy Your Step By Step Guide To Creating A Giving Plan, 2nd Edition


In Praise Of Doubt How To Have Convictions Without Becoming A Fanatic


BY PETER BERGER, ANTON ZIJDERVELD As a culture and as individuals, we find it much easier to articulate what we are against than what we are for. In this book the authors show how we can have confidence in our convictions - in such ideals as democracy, human rights, equality under the law etc - without succumbing to the radical doubts of relativism and the certainties of fundamentalism. With new lenses for seeing the influence of modernism, relativism and fundamentalism they explore the roles of humor, doubt and social norms that let us have convictions without grasping them so tightly that we become fanatics.


HarperOne 2009 178 PP. Cloth $7.00 (in stock) Buy


BY TRACY GARY, MELISSA KOHNER Especially with less to give and more needing support Friends want to know how they can use their money to change the world for the better. This book shows how social change happens and how your monetary support - no matter how large or small - can make a difference. It shows how to create an individual family or Meeting "Giving plan" that will make your charitable giving catalytic. Through clear writing and substantive exercises, you can learn how to align your giving with your deepest values and thus help bring about the changes you want. Was $27.95


Jossey-Bass 2002 256 PP. Paper $16.00 (in stock) Buy


Invisible Darkness Jean Toomer And Nella Larsen


BY CHARLES R LARSON Linking these two biracial novelists Jean Toomer and Nella Larsen by their supposed disappearance from literature after publishing their early novels. He looks in some detail at Toomers troubled spiritual journey that led eventually to Quakerism and Larsen's quest for creative and personal


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