Restoration Quakerism: 1660–1691

Richard C. Allen

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    The three decades after the Restoration of the monarchy proved to be years of considerable persecution for Quakers as the penal code was brutally enforced. Controversy and schism would also impact upon their meetings. This chapter provides a context for a better understanding of how Friends, individually and collectively, reacted to the dual challenges of persecution and internal conflict. Tighter organizational structures and Quaker engagement in politics and economics were key elements in the period. In addition, there were hierarchical changes, a greater interest in developing missionary work, international networks, and, for some, the potential renewal offered by emigration. Attention is paid to Foxian centralization and subsequent divisions among Friends, the role of other leading Friends, particularly William Penn and the establishment of Pennsylvania, and how Friends gradually achieved some accommodation with the state.
    Iaith wreiddiolSaesneg
    TeitlOxford Handbook of Quaker Studies
    GolygyddionStephen Angell, Pink Dandelion
    Man cyhoeddiOxford
    CyhoeddwrOxford University Press
    Tudalennau29–46
    Nifer y tudalennau17
    ISBN (Argraffiad)9780199608676
    StatwsCyhoeddwyd - Medi 2013

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