A Quaker meeting The Protestant denomination known as the Society of Friens or the Quakers originated in England in the mid th century It rejected the established church its rites and ordained ministry relying on itinerant preachers who emphasised the individuals appreciation of the Holy Spirit the Inner Light as the source of religious authority The Quaker approach to living rejects ostentation and emphasises egalitarianism pacifism and philanthropy
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