Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
Since the RELIGIOUS (emphasis mine) Society of Friends now welcomes "non-thesist" members, will it also open up to military quakers, or hedonistic quakers or to any other group of people who want to join without changing anything about their lifestyle or beliefs? I'm not trying to offend anyone, but I cant really understand the point of joining the RELIGIOUS Society of Friends, if you are irreligious. Surley joining the humanist society, or something similar would be more appropriate? Again....Im not trying to offend or attack anybody, I'm just deperatly trying to understand something that dosn't make sense to me. Surely a belief in God, as well as a belief in peace, honesty, simplicity, and eqaulity should be nessessary to becoming a Quaker?