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There are questions that continually resurface in Quaker studies: Why did the Religious Society of Friends survive the turmoil of seventeenth-century England when other similar movements did not? Why did the Society flourish in its early years and then settle into a solid association of like-minded people who institutionalized its genius without submerging the Spirit? Notwithstanding the subsidence of its🔒

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Keith Helmuth is a founding board member of Quaker Institute for the Future, a member of the Commission on Justice and Peace of the Canadian Council of Churches, and a member of New Brunswick Meeting in Canada. He can be contacted at [email protected]​gmail.​com.


Posted in: Features, November 2015: Books and Pop Culture

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