Quakers (or Friends) are members of a historically (and still predominantly)
Christian group of religious movements generally known as the Religious Society
of Friends Members of the various Quaker ...
May 26, 2011 ... The links below on this page will connect you with some descriptions of Quaker
beliefs as expressed by different branches of the Society of ...
Jan 12, 2014 ... Quakers do not believe in the Sacraments like baptism or the Lord's Supper (or
Communion) but believe that belief in Jesus is itself a ...
Dec 26, 2009 ... Simplicity, pacifism, and inner revelation are long standing Quaker beliefs. Their
religion does not consist of accepting specific beliefs or of ...
Quakers were persecuted widely in England and the American Colonies and
were often imprisoned or put to death for their beliefs. Because of this
This FAQ is based on content originally published online by Friends General
Conference (link is external). Questions. Quaker Beliefs. What do Quakers
Feb 1, 2013 ... This was the basis of early Friends' belief that the Inward Light is .... of our Quaker
theological beliefs, as long as we can justify them biblically.
The Roots of Quaker Belief The Religious Society of Friends, commonly called “
Friends” or “Quakers,” began in England around 1650 following the vision of a ...
The neo-Protestant Pastoral Quakers introduced hired priests and programmed (
pre-planned) worship services. They are very similar in look, practice, and belief
Does the Quaker belief in the Light Within mean that people never sin, that we
never do wrong? Certainly not. Early Friends felt that it was essential to face and