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Quakers Do What, Why?

Author: Rhiannon Grant
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You just found out something about Quakers - maybe only that they still exist - and now you have more questions. This book can help.
ISBN: 9781789044058
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£6.99



Product description
Structured around questions which non-Quakers often ask, this book explores Quaker practices, explaining them in the context of Quaker theology and present-day diversity. It describes how Quakers make decisions and why they have preferred this method, as well as looking at the Quaker rejection of common Christian practices like baptism. Each short chapter gives an answer, considers why that is so, describes some of the diversity within Quaker groups, and points to other resources which could be used to find out more.
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