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What is a Quaker? Most people are unfamiliar with the Quaker religion, or they confuse us for the guy on the Quaker Oats box. In this video, we ask 6 Friends what it means to be a practicing Quaker. - 4:57 ▶

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George Lakey, a Swarthmore professor, explaines the origins and rationalism of pacifism in the Quaker religion. He states that the spirit Quaker's believe in is not contradictory or hypocritical, it will not call for peace, love and understanding one moment and then war another. The spirit Quaker’s believe in is consistent. He goes on to give historical groundings for Quaker’s belief in pacifism. Later in his talk he makes the claim that nonviolence movements are more effective.

Are Quakers Amish? | "You're a Quaker? You mean, like, Amish?" It's something all Quakers have heard. Max Carter, professor of Quaker religion studies at Guilford College, tells us about the differences between Quakers and the Amish. ▶

Religion Gives Us the World’s Largest Mental Disorder – Religithexia in5d in 5d body mind soul spirit

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"Religion should be practiced within our hearts every day, and not be confined to houses of worship" ~ Frank Sonnenberg

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All outward forms of religion are almost useless, and are the causes of endless strife. Believe there is a great power silently working all things for good, behave yourself and never mind the rest. -- Beatrix Potter\nMore great Beatrix Potter quotes at

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1967. How do you begin to describe the joy visiting Spitalfieldslife? A wonderful way to fall for London again. Updated daily. The Gentle Author is the first thing I read each day.

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In the Quaker religion, adherents believe that a higher power can speak through them. We asked Quakers what it’s actually like to experience this in Quaker M...

4 Things We Can All Learn From One Of America's Oldest Religious Communities

Be a Quaker

Be a Quaker Step 1- Examine your beliefs. Quakers believe that every soul can have direct communion with God. Sacraments such as baptism are not the center of the faith--instead, prayer and personal revelation are vital to the life of a Friend.

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Quaker Wedding Program

So beautiful… “kindness”

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What Do Quakers Believe and Practice as a Religion?

See how Quakers beliefs compare with mainstream Christianity. Learn how the beliefs and practices of Quakers affect the way Friends live.