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#1 Mar 28, 2009
I've been reading Barclay's Catechism and Confession of Faith. It emphasizes the kingdon of God within and the inner light of Jesus and the Holy Ghost. It also emphasizes a strong scriptural foundation for Quaker beliefs.
Is this something that is applicable to Quaker experience today, or a relic of one man's 17th century defense that Quakerism is not a matter of men's eschewing The Bible in favor of their individual "imaginatings" of Christ?
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