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As we continue through this series on reform through the centuries, Pastor Andy shares about how Quakers were influenced by the movements of the church in the 1800s. They sought to recognize the Imago Dei in all people, which manifested itself in their social reform efforts. Andy digs into the history of the anti-slavery movement in the 19th century and the major role that Quakers played. Listen in to hear how Salem became a center point for the movement in Ohio, as well as a major player in the Underground Railroad.
About the Series
In this series, Echoes of Reformation, we will begin by commemorating the 500th anniversary of the reformation, of Martin Luther’s nailing of his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Castle church on October 31, 1517. We will then be looking at a particular reformer of each century thereafter, and see how God uses individuals to guide His church in formative ways.