Author: Jane Mace
Right from the start, ‘the people called Quakers’ recorded each other’s ‘dying sayings’. This book tells how, happening upon some of these by accident, a 21st century Friend learned of their speakers’ passion for equality and truth.
Originally published at a time when religious dissent was fiercely discouraged, the accounts presented here give inspiration to anyone working for justice and peace in today’s world.
An adult educator by profession, Jane Mace has a persistent curiosity in the to and fro of speech and writing. A published author, her previous books include:
Playing with time: mothers and the meaning of literacy;
The give and take of writing: scribes, literacy and everyday life; and
God and decision making: a Quaker approach.