Quakers

Quakers (or Friends, as they refer to themselves) are members of a family of religious movements collectively known as the Religious Society of Friends. The central unifying doctrine of these movements is the priesthood of all believers, a doctrine derived from a verse in the New Testament, {bibleref2|1 Peter|2:9}. Most Friends view themselves as ...
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Quakers

also called The Society of Friends This is a religious organisation founded by George Fox (1624-1691AD) in the 1650s AD. Fox was unable to find any church satisfying. He first started itinerant preaching, but found others likeminded. A society was formed who called themselves the 'Children of Light' or the 'Friends of Truth' - they were nicknamed t...
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Quakers

Defective coffee beans that fail to roast properly, remaining stubbornly light-colored.
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Quakers

Protestant denomination started by George Fox who believed that a person should be guided by the Holy Spirit in silent meditation.
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Quakers

Quakers: see Friends, Religious Society of.
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