What Liberal Quakers Believe
Central tenets of Quakerism, based on the questions in the Belief-O-Matic quiz.
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04/28/2011 02:30:51 PM
after doing some reading it seems that the most "liberal" Quaker group is the Friends General Conference. You can go to their website to find out more or to locate a meeting: http://www.fgcquaker.org/
02/06/2011 02:12:20 PM
I was raised Liberal Quaker; it's a nice group of people. Their religious beliefs tend to be private and diverse. However, I have since become a convinced atheist (secular humanist by beliefnet). I have found no reason to believe in an interventionist god or separate spirit; scriptures are a mess, prayer doesn't work, and there are better explanations for everything. But Liberal Quakers would still have me, as long as I don't argue too much. I sometimes feel they put too much stock on avoiding all confrontation. The meditation is nice, but too often interrupted by random thoughts. Therevadan Buddhism is better at that.
01/31/2011 01:31:46 AM
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12/20/2010 05:08:57 PM
This religion seems decent. Seems like they are logical, for the most part, and have common sense.
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