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A vindication of the religious society called Quakers

A vindication of the religious society called Quakers

addressed to the editors of the American edition of Mosheim"s Ecclesiastical history.

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Published by Printed by S.C. Ustick, Mount-Holly. in [Mount Holly, N.J.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mosheim, Johann Lorenz, -- 1694?-1755.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesVindication of the Quakers.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 37475.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination8 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17694893M

      “A Personal Testimony Concerning the Contemporary Society of Friends by Wayne J Sturgeon (Ex-Quaker)” “I was born-again at age 19 and have been a Christian for ten years. For most of that time I was actively involved in the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), both as an 'attender' and, until very recently, as a 'member'. Quakers in Greece - an online community in Greek for those who are interested in the Religious Society of Friends, but don't have the opportunity to fellowship. Conservative Quakers of Canada - an aspiring movement towards the original beliefs and traditions of our founders. Based in Calgary, Canada.

    To the Religious Society called Quakers, at their Yearly Meeting for Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and the Western Part of Maryland and Virginia. October, I receive with pleasure your affectionate address, and thank you for the friendly sentiments and good wishes, which you express for the success of my administration and for my. Barclay, R. and Keith, G. Quakerism confirmed, or, a vindication of the chief doctrines and principles of the people called Quakers (n.p., ). Bathurst, C., A serious exhortation to the people of England to mind their present visitation, it being the day of the Lord's love unto them (n.p., ).

    His An Apology for the True Christian Divinity: Being an Explanation and Vindication of the Principles and Doctrines of the People called Quakers is the definitive statement and defense of Quakerism. Barclay’s theological background allowed him to articulate and defend it in Author: Robert Barclay. Historical Library The Historical Library of Ireland Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends is situated in Quaker House. Usually known as Friends Historical Library Dublin, it contains the manuscript and printed archives of Quakers in Ireland since their establishment here in the 17th century. The library has an important collection of books by.


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Quakers, also called Friends, are a historically Christian denomination whose formal name is the Religious Society of Friends or Friends Church. Members of the various Quaker movements are all generally united by their belief in the ability of each human being to experientially access the light within, or "that of God in every one".Classification: Protestant.

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The Religious Society of Free Quakers, originally called "The Religious Society of Friends, by some styled the Free Quakers," was established on Febru in Philadelphia, commonly known as Free Quakers, the Society was founded by members of the Religious Society of Friends, or Quakers, who had been expelled for failure to adhere to the Peace Testimony during the.

For a full account of the literature against the Quakers, see Jos. Smith's Bibliotheca anti-Quakeriana; or, A Catalogue of Books adverse to the Society of Friends. Alphabetically arranged.

With Biographical Notices of the Authors, together with the Answers which ham been given to. About The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) The religious practices of Friends are founded in direct communion with God and the conviction that the Divine Light is accessible to each person; yet it is one Light, one Truth.

We wait with hearts and minds open to. An apology for the true Christian divinity: being an explanation and vindication of the principles and doctriners of the people called quakers by Barclay, Robert, Pages: Explanation and Vindication of the Principles and Doctrines of the People Called Quakers.

London: W. Richardson and S. Clark, (From the Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College) Barclay, Robert. An Apology for the True Christian Divinity, Being an Explanation and Vindication of the Principles and Doctrines of the People Called.

Friends or Quakers--either name will do as they have the same meaning--are most easily described as those persons who belong to Friends meetings and Friends churches.

These make up the religious bodies that as a group are known as the Society of Friends--called by some the Religious Society of Friends, by others the Friends Church. The Religious Society of Friends is near the opposite end of the religious spectrum.

They rely heavily upon spiritual searching by individual members, individual congregations and meetings (regional assemblies). This makes the Quakers difficult to describe in a short essay. We attempt here to portray mainstream Quaker practice.

Quakers are members of the Religious Society of Friends, which in many cases calls itself the Friends Church. “Quaker” was originally an insulting nickname given to Friends in the s, based on a widespread belief in England, where Quakerism began, that in their worship, when under the influence of the Holy Spirit (or perhaps evil spirits, depending on one‘s point of view), Friends.

A vindication of the Religious Society called Quakers addressed to the Editors of the American Edition of Mosheim's Ecclesiastical History from S.C. Ustick, Mount Holly (). The Defence of Warner Mifflin Against Aspertions cast on him on Account of his endeavours to promote Righteousness, Mercy and Peace Among Mankind from (Philadelphia).

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Download and read online for free An apology for the true Christian divinity, being an explanation and vindication of the principles and doctrines of the people called Quakers /5(1). Often you will find that your local public library has books indexed under "Quakers", "Religious Society of Friends", or "American Friends Service Committee".

Most Friends meetings also have small libraries and will be glad to suggest reading material which can be loaned to you. The Friends Book Store, North 15th Street. Philadelphia. 'The Religious Society of Friends' is the official title. Members first began to be called 'Quakers' soon after the foundation of the Society; this is really a nickname, but is now more commonly used than the official title.

The words 'Friend' and 'Quaker' are interchangeable. Friends have always believed in seeking guidance direct from God. The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) emerged in England in the late 's among those who challenged the standard doctrine of the Church of England.

Quakerism began as a sect whose members believed that there was a piece of God within every person and. People in the Society of Friends are called "Friends" or Quakers - both mean the same thing.

Most Quakers are Christian but the group today includes a few other people. They live all over the world, but the largest groups are in Kenya, the United States of America, Bolivia, Guatemala, the United Kingdom (England), and Burundi. The Religious Society of Friends, a Christian Church, was founded in the midth century.

The founder, George Fox, believed that each person could experience communion with God for themselves, without a need for mediation by clergy or others. The Christian Bible is the key holy book of the movement, which shares the principal.Since then the Quakers are divided into 'orthodox' Quakers and 'Hicksites,' although the latter refuse to be called by any other name but that of 'Friends' or 'Quakers.' The founder of this rupture was Elias Hicks, born in Hempstead, Long Island, Ma ; died in Jericho, N.Y., Feb, Christianity: Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) FOUNDED: c.e.

RELIGION AS A PERCENTAGE OF WORLD POPULATION: percent OVERVIEW. The Religious Society of Friends, also known as Quakers, emerged in the s in England and soon expanded to the American colonies and term "Friend" derives from Johnwhere Jesus says, "Ye are my .