T Roger S Wilson considers a paradox at the heart of Quaker ways
As Friends, we are part of a worshipping community that is embedded within the much wider secular community. We are necessarily influenced by the changes in society generally, and this brings forward a continuing tension, as it always has. What do we accept and what do we reject? As Saint Paul advised: ‘Test all things; hold fast to that which is good.’
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