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CSPAN
Jun 4, 2017 6:00pm EDT
the sick teen fifth is by a number of people, but permanently -- george fox which is name. his latest back in england were -- they didn't agree with the english church, and all the stuff we talked about today, simplicity and plainness, the church that was incomplete in total opposition and of that. things were fancy, wasn't all about worship, the quakers wanted to pair that down and away do things that they felt were useful, things that were connecting them to god. they wanted to remove all the artifice, maybe, the middlemen. they thought that they could communicate directly with god. they saw everything else is being superfluous. a lot of the early quaker leaders were actually jailed for their beliefs. they were in street corners preaching. for instance directly saw inside. they can be from prison for speaking out the way that they were about the quaker beliefs. the persecution they faced in england was one of the main reasons i started to come to america. they originally lived in new jersey, pennsylvania. it's another reason why william penn was so motivated to come and start the co
CSPAN
Jul 7, 2017 9:39pm EDT
number of people but prominently george -- was his name. and these thought leaders back in england were sort of -- they didn't -- the english church and all the stuff we talk about today about simplicity and plainness the church was in complete opposition of that. it wouldn't all about worship and the quakers wanted to carry that down and only do the thing they thought was useful, the things that were connecting them better to god and they wanted to remove all of the art facts and the middle man. they thought they could communicate directly with god and they saw everything else is being sir purr flous. a lot of early quaker leaders were jealous of their beliefs. for instance the -- are men to be thrown in prison for speaking out the way they were. the quaker believed the persecution they faced -- one of main reasons they started to come to america and they found it -- they originally lived in the new jersey and pennsylvania area, it's another reason why william penn was motivated to come into pennsylvania to get away from the persecution that was going on in europe at the time. the
CSPAN
Jun 17, 2017 10:00am EDT
in england in the 16 50's by a number of people, but , that wasy george fox his name. these leaders in england -- they did not agree with the english werch and all of the stuff talked about today, simplicity and plainness, the church was in complete opposition of that. things were fancy, it was not about worship, and the quakers wanted to pair that down -- pare that down and only do things that were useful, connecting them better to god, and remove all the artifacts and the middleman. they thought they could communicate directly with god, and they saw everything else is being superfluous. -- as being superfluous. a lot of the early quaker leaders were jailed for their beliefs because they were on street corners preaching, and they could be thrown in prison for speaking out the way that they were about the quaker beliefs. the persecution that they faced in england was one of the main reasons they started to come to america, and they originally lived in new jersey, the pennsylvania area, and it is one of the reasons why william penn was so motivated to come and start the colony of pen
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4 (some duplicates have been removed)