The Birth of Liberal Quakerism
£170.00 – £245.00
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 fascinating period of Quaker history. Expect a combination of lively mini-lectures, group discussion and individual study, leading to a renewed understanding of Quakerism in Britain today.
Mark Russ is Woodbrooke’s Nurturing Friends and Meetings Tutor and has responsibility for the Equipping for Ministry programme. His interests include Christian theology and the Bible, music and worship, intentional community and apocalyptic spirituality.
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