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Quäker

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Author(s): Ingle, H. Larry
[English Version] I. Name und Herkunft 1.Die Gründung der Quäker Die »Rel. Gesellschaft der Freunde«, allg. unter dem Spottnamen »Quäker« bekannt, entstand inmitten der Wirren des engl. Bürgerkriegs (1642–1660; England: III.,1., d). Angeführt von G. Fox entstand die Bewegung aus dessen Überzeugung, daß keine der damals existierenden Kirchen von der über 1600 Jahre währenden Abtrünnigkeit Abstand nehmen und den Geist des Urchristentums wiedererlangen wollte. Nach vier Jahren der geistl. Suche (1643–1647)…

Quakers/Society of Friends

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Author(s): Ingle, H. Larry
[German Version] I. Name and Origin 1. Foundation. The Religious Society of Friends, more often referred to by the pejorative nickname “Quakers,” emerged from the throes of the English Revolution (1642–1660; England: III, 1.d). Led by G. Fox, the movement grew from its leader’s conviction that none of the churches of the day were willing to reject over 1,600 years of apostasy and recapture “primitive Christianity.” Following four years of searching from 1643 to 1647, which led Fox to interiority, he bec…

Fox, George

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Author(s): Ingle, H. Larry
[German Version] (Jul 1624, Drayton-in-the-Clay, England – Jan 13, 1691, London) was the founder of the “Religious Society of Friends” (Quakers) and is considered the last figure of the radical phase of the Reformation. Fox, a creative and practical mystic, came of age during the civil wars of the 1640s. He was a self-educated preacher. In 1647 he heard a voice saying, “there is one, even Christ Jesus, that could speak to thy condition.” This decisive experience led him to proclaim that the light …

The American Friends Service Committee, 1947-49: The Cold War's Effect

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Author(s): Ingle, H. Larry
Bibliographic entry in Chapter 14: The U…

The American Friends Service Committee, 1947-49: The Cold War's Effect

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Author(s): Ingle, H. Larry
Bibliographic entry in Chapter 30: Non-G…