Stuart Masters is Woodbrooke’s Programme Coordinator for History & Theology. He coordinates the history and theology area of Woodbrooke’s programmes and offers learning opportunities that…
George Fox: a conservative Quaker perspective
Thursday 25 April
19:00-20:30 (UK time)
This single live session is part of a series celebrating the 400th birthday of George Fox, in which key speakers assess Fox’s legacy from a variety of positions. In this session Lloyd Lee Wilson will consider Fox from a Conservative Quaker perspective.
Conservative Friends seek to preserve what they regard as the unique and distinctive understanding of Christianity practiced by early Friends. Most Conservative Friends today are part of three yearly meetings in North America (in Iowa, North Carolina, and Ohio). Lloyd Lee Wilson, is a recorded minister in North Carolina Yearly Meeting (Conservative) who has written widely on traditional Quaker faith and practice. He will explore the significance of the life and writings of George Fox for Conservative Friends today.
The session is part of the celebrations of Fox 400.
This course will involve:
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