The Roots of the Quaker Way: early Friends in their political and religious context
£210.00 – £315.00
What are the roots of the Quaker way? How were early Friends influenced by their religious context? In this course we will explore this issue and consider the connections between Quakers and other radical religious groups, such as the Beguines, the Rhineland Mystics, the Anabaptists, the Family of Love, and the Radical Puritans. We will look at the impact of the early Church, late medieval movements, the Reformation and the English Revolution on the emergence of the Quaker movement.
Stuart Masters is Senior Programme Leader for on-site learning. He coordinates Woodbrooke's on-site course programme and leads courses exploring the Quaker way and its relationship to other traditions.
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