Some orthodox Quakers in America disliked the move towards evangelical
Christianity and saw it as a dilution of Friends' traditional orthodox Christian belief
May 26, 2011 ... Quakers all share common roots in a Christian movement that arose in ... in the
ways we interpret our traditions and practice our beliefs.
Many other Quakers draw spiritual sustenance from various religious traditions,
such as Buddhism, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and the nature religions. [back to ...
Meeting the Spirit - An Introduction to Quaker Beliefs and Practices .... There are
Friends whose faith is most sincerely expressed in the traditional language of ...
Though there is no unified Quaker theory on the afterlife, many Quakers reject the
traditional notions of Heaven and Hell in favor of the idea that a life lived in the ...
The unprogrammed Liberal Quakers maintain the traditional practice of meetings
based on expectant silence, but most have abandoned Christianity to pursue ...
Despite its probable origins in monastic and mystic traditions, Quaker silence
retains a pragmatic, even utilitarian, air as a preparation for external practice and
Quakerism arises out of a radical interpretation of Christianity that understands
Christ as being a living reality in personal experience, not only in the Bible and ...
Quaker Beliefs, Traditions and Community. Web resources to learn about
Quakers beliefs and practices, and sites for connecting with the Quaker
Dec 26, 2009 ... "It's hard to love the questions when you live in a society obsessed with answers.
A believer takes a great risk in affirming the questions and ...