Normally, we focus on Mennonites around these parts, but Quakers are close enough…or are they? We’ll find out. What we do know is that they’re so much more than just oats and oil. If you’re expecting to do well on this quiz, you’re going to have to know at least that much and more. Let’s see how you do!
Officially, Quakers are members of the Christian group known as: _______________________.
Quakers were founded by _________________ in England.
Quakers refer to each other as _______________.
Together with Mennonites, Church of the Brethren and Amish, the Quakers are known as historic what?
The country with the most Quakers today is _______________.
True or False: There are more Quakers in the world than Mennonites.
Theologically, Quakers are very ___________________.
Which of the following people was NOT a Quaker?
This celibate and communal religious group split from the Quakers in 1747.
Some Friends practice unprogrammed worship or "silent worship," where no one speaks unless _________________________.
Quakers played a prominent role in the abolition of slavery. One famous Quaker abolitionist was the poet ________________________.
The Quaker Oats Company is owned by whom?
Quakers do not have ________________.
Which U.S. state was founded by a Quaker?
Friends believe that continuous revelation comes from what?
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