Frost, J. William

J. William Frost, presently Senior Research Scholar at Swarthmore College, is the Emeritus Jenkins Professor of Quaker History and Research, and Director of the Friends Historical Library and the Swarthmore College Peace Collection. He was a founder of the Peace Studies program at Swarthmore. He authored A Perfect Freedom: Religious Liberty in Pennsylvania, The Quaker Family in Colonial America, co-authored Christianity: A Cultural History, and The Quakers, and also served as editor of the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography.

History of Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist Perspectives on War and Peace
2004 0-7734-6561-8
This massive, two-volume work is an extensive survey of the interactions between organized religions and war from the Exodus to Gulf War II. The major emphases are on Judaism, Christianity and Islam, with additional chapters on Hinduism, Buddhism, and sections on Shinto, Quakerism, and others. It will attract scholars in a variety of disciplines: peace studies, religion, history, and political science.

History of Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist Perspectives on War and Peace
2004 0-7734-6563-4
This massive, two-volume work is an extensive survey of the interactions between organized religions and war from the Exodus to Gulf War II. The major emphases are on Judaism, Christianity and Islam, with additional chapters on Hinduism, Buddhism, and sections on Shinto, Quakerism, and others. It will attract scholars in a variety of disciplines: peace studies, religion, history, and political science.

Records and Recollections of James Jenkins
1984 0-88946-807-9
Account by James Jenkins of his life in the Quaker community of the early 19th century. "This splendid book, [is] a refreshingly candid account of the world to which Elizabeth Fry belonged." - The Friends Quarterly