The Roots of the Quaker Way: early Friends in their religious and political context
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What are the roots of the Quaker way? How were early Friends influenced by their religious and political context? In this webinar series we will explore this issue and consider the connections between Quakers and other radical religious groups, such as the Anabaptists, the Family of Love, the Diggers and the Ranters. We will look back to the influence of the early Church and medieval movements, and forwards to the emergence of new religious movements in the eighteenth century. Only basic computer skills are needed for this course, together with access to e-mail and the internet. The course takes place in Woodbrooke’s online learning website, for which easy registration details will be provided. Full guidance will be given on how to access the course’s material, and help is available if you get stuck at any point.
This online retreat involves a time commitment of approximately 2-3 hours per week.
Stuart Masters coordinates Woodbrooke's on-site course programme and leads courses exploring the Quaker way and its relationship to other traditions.
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