Quakerism was born in a terrible civil war. Could it survive another one? — A Friendly Letter

[NOTE: This review does not mention that amid the spreading devastation of the English Civil War, which in 1649 led to the execution of the defeated Charles I, a new radical religious group, derisively called Quakers, was coming into being.  The earliest Friends were at least in sympathy with Cromwell’s anti-monarchical “Commonwealth,” and not a…

Quakerism was born in a terrible civil war. Could it survive another one? — A Friendly Letter
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