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- Author: Joseph Bevan Braithwaite
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Richmond Declaration of Faith (1887) 1.1
Denominations and Disciplines Theology
Joseph Bevan Braithwaite
9.x - 10.x
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quaker, quakers, friends, gurneyite, gurneyites, evangelical friends international, evangelical friends, evangelical friends church, evangelical friends church international, EFCI, friends united meeting, FUM, Joseph Bevan Braithwaite, declaration of faith, statement of belief, statement of faith
The Richmond Declaration was made by 95 Quakers (representatives of all Orthodox Gurneyite Friends Yearly Meetings) in September 1887, at a conference in Richmond, Indiana. It was a declaration of faith, and although Quakers do not have a dogma or creed, the Richmond Declaration has been used as a standard by certain groups of Quakers, mainly Orthodox (now represented by Friends United Meeting) and Evangelical (represented by Evangelical Friends International), ever since. The Declaration was "approved," "accepted," or "adopted" by the Orthodox Yearly Meetings of Indiana, Western, New England, New York, Baltimore, North Carolina, Iowa, and Canada. Among Orthodox Gurneyite Friends in North America, only Ohio and Philadelphia yearly meetings did not so act. The Friends United Meeting General Board reaffirmed the declaration as a statement of faith in February 2007. The Declaration appears in most books of discipline of Evangelical and Friends United Meeting yearly meetings.
The Declaration is not accepted as a statement of faith by Friends General Conference or Beanite Quakerism in North America, or by most "unprogrammed" Friends in the rest of the world.
What's New in Version 1.1 (See full changelog)
- 1.0 Initial release
- 1.1 Cleaned up formatting, added a preface, updated tags