[Sayma-Discuss] Quaker Universalist Fellowship Interview: Daniel K. Seeger

Mike Shell bright_crow at mindspring.com
Tue Mar 18 20:26:45 JEST 2014


Friends,

 

QUF has just published an interview with Daniel K. Seeger:

 

.         The full interview is on our Publications page at
http://universalistfriends.org/library/interview-with-daniel-seeger

.         An excerpt was published today as a blog post at
http://universalistfriends.org/weblog/quf-interview-daniel-a-seeger.

 

Daniel Seeger served as the clerk of Quaker Universalist Fellowship. He has
worked in key senior positions in Quaker organizations such as American
Friends Service Committee, Pendle Hill, Friends World Committee for
Consultation and the World Conference of Friends.

 

He is known in the Quaker community and beyond for his success in the
unanimous Supreme Court decision of United States of America vs. Daniel A.
Seeger declaring that it was not reasonable to exclude agnostic people who
did not believe in a Supreme Being from the conscientious objector
classification.

 

Dan writes frequently on topics of interest to Friends including those found
in Quaker Universalist Reader No. 1, Friends Journal and others.

 

Blessings,

Mike

 

Michael Austin Shell

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Blog Manager

 

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