The Birth of Liberal Quakerism in Britain: online

Start Date
4th November 2019 12:00 am
End Date
1st December 2019 11:59 pm


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Course Details

In the 1880s, Quakers in Britain where a broadly evangelical movement. By the 1930s, they were firmly embedded within a liberal theology. How did this shift occur? This course will examine the key events, ideas, publications and personalities of this interesting period of Quaker history, helping us to better understand Quakerism today.

There will be a live online Q&A webinar on Tuesday 26th November at 7pm GMT. If you can’t join this discussion live, it will be recorded for you to watch at your convenience.

This course involves a time commitment of approximately two to three hours per week.

Mark Russ is Woodbrooke's Tutor for Nurturing Friends and Meetings. His interests include the Bible and Christian theology, intentional community, music and experimental worship, and apocalyptic spirituality.

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