What does it mean to be a “non-credal church”?

Lin Patterson writes

There is a free Quaker Zoom event Thursday 29 Apr 1800-1930 called What it means to be a non-credal church. It is a dialogue between two Quaker theologians: Rex Ambler and Ben Wood.

Among his other works, Rex researched and collated George Fox’s spiritual writings gleaned from sometimes obscure sources in his book called Truth of the heart. He initiated the Experiment With Light practice used by Quaker groups around the world.

Rex Ambler is author of The Quaker Way

Ben Wood is a university lecturer and Quaker who blogs as The Armchair Theologian. He has contributed to many Quaker courses and publications.

Ben Wood teaches at Woodbrooke and is a researcher at Leeds University.

From the Quakers in Britain site:

Join us as we hear from two Quaker theologians who will discuss how it is that Quakers are a non-credal church, and what the implications of that are. The Webinar will hear presentations from Rex Ambler and Ben Wood and there will be an opportunity for questions and discussion. The webinar will take place on Thursday 29 April, 6pm to 7.30pm online.

Register here: https://forms.quaker.org.uk/noncredalchurch/

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