The Quakers are considering turning their back on Christianity as it is reported that Quaker members will discuss dropping god from their “meetings” and introducing new topics such as same sex marriage and transgenderism instead.
The Quakers formally known as the Religious Society of Friends or Friends Church was established in England in the 1650s.
The movement started from the Legatine-Arians and other dissenting Protestant groups, breaking away from the established Church of England. The Quakers, especially the ones known as the Valiant Sixty, attempted to convert others to their understanding of Christianity, travelling both throughout Great Britain and overseas, preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. Some of these early Quaker ministers were women. They based their message on the religious belief that “Christ has come to teach his people himself”, making sure to put a big emphasis on a direct relationship with God through Jesus Christ, and a direct religious belief in the universal priesthood of all believers
To this day most Quakers still hold true to these beliefs and the movement has grown to having more than 210,000 members who attend meetings and services worldwide to discuss a wide range of things including Christian theology. What brought the Quakers together and kept them together for so long is god. However according to reports at the annual get together being held in London this weekend Quakers will be talking about dropping god from “guidance to meetings” because god “makes some Quakers feel uncomfortable”. It is also reported that the Quakers are considering adding transgenderism, same-sex marriage, climate change and social media topics to the meetings instead. Something the original Quakers would be absolutely appalled by.
It is evident that those in charge of the Quakers are more concerned about being a slave to this world by trying to be relevant and trendy rather than serving god and spreading the message of Jesus Christ.
The guardian a beacon of immorality, deceit and hypocrisy have been more than eager to express their delight with the news that the Quakers are considering dropping god, writing “Clear God from the room, and the Quakers are indeed on to something” and that “Religion is a tiring business”. The guardian have shown little interest in the Quaker movement prior to this news breaking and are only using this story as part of their obsession with trying to undermine and attack Christianity. THEY WILL FAIL.