Her conviction was that her mind required the ties and bonds of Quakerism to fit it for immortality.
One can see, too, that modern Quakerism has taken a gentler tone.
She soon became interested in Quakerism, and eventually joined the Society.
Edward Burrough has been called the Whitefield of Quakerism.
That is the simple solution; it is Quakerism in poetry, neither more nor less.
The meekness of Quakerism will do in religion but not in politics.
Pennington's Quakerism, together with the sufferings which it brought upon him, had made him known to Penn.
Compact and quiet as it may appear, Quakerism has had its schisms and internal feuds.
Quakerism was above all a spiritual gospel addressed to the emotions.
By this time, however, he was by no means the sole preacher of Quakerism.