For heaven’s sake: Rebecca Hardy attends Salter Seminar on the radicalism of early Friends

‘Deeply threatening. Deeply radical. It didn’t last.’

‘Why was that first generation so threatening to the rigid orders of the day?’

The radicalism of early Quakers has ‘tattooed the skin of Quakerism’ said Stuart Masters in this year’s Salter Seminar, delivered online on 16 November. ‘And it bubbles up from time to time.’

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