How History Informs Continuing Revelation

When we ask ourselves why a Quaker meeting or church might make a good spiritual home, Steve Angell observes, we can turn to history for answers, and “that leads you into looking at the lives of a lot of very faithful Friends, and there’s just a lot there.”

As much as he loves the robust tradition of Quaker faith, however, he also recognizes that “what Quakerism has been for previous generations, or for my generation, may not be exactly what it looks like for the next generation.”

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