Quakers (or Friends) are members of a historically Christian group of religious
movements ...... When this happens, Quakers believe that the spirit of God is
speaking through the speaker. After some...
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 ...
It sounds like Quakers can believe anything they like―is that so?
In contrast to other radical offspring of the Reformation, such as the Amish,
Quakers believed that government was divinely instituted and virtuous men and ...
Two common Quaker metaphors are Seed and Light. Quakers believe that we
can experience God, but it begins like a Seed planted within each person which,
Feb 1, 2013 ... Some prominent early Quakers embraced a more inclusive and tolerant ... He
was a (Christian) Universalist who believed that there was truth in ...
Jul 3, 2009 ... The Society of Friends began in England in the 1650s. Quakers believe that there
is something of God in everybody. They do not have clergy or ...
Sep 15, 2000 ... Friends believe that if they wait silently upon God there will be times when ... One
of the most important messages that Quakers have to offer is ...
Meeting the Spirit - An Introduction to Quaker Beliefs and Practices ... Friends
generally believe that first-hand knowledge of God is only possible through that ...
Quakers (Friends) beliefs are a little hard to quantify, since Friends do not believe
in having a fixed Creed or Dogma, but rather in seeking for the leadings of God ...