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quakers beleave in the inner self
Because there are no requirements for any particular belief to be a Quaker it is never possible to say all Quakers believe any particular thing or not. So there will be similarities between 'some' Quakers and probably 'some' Catholics, perhaps particularly a sense of a unity between all people.
Quakers, Jews, Catholics, Lutherans, (and some others..)
There are many differences between Catholics and Seventh-day Adventists.Some of the differences between the Catholics are:Catholics have a priesthood while Adventists support the priesthood of all believers.Adventists do not recognize the Pope, the President of the Adventist church has no doctrinal authority.Adventists worship on Saturday and Catholics worship on Sunday.Another answer:Adventist are perhaps more similar to Catholics that most Protestants, Adventists recognize an extra-Biblical source and some Adventists deny righteousness by faith alone.
OK, so there were some differences between the Quakers and the Puritans. A few differences are:The Quakers believed all people are equal, Puritans believed only specific people were good.The Quakers believed all people who did the right thing would go to heaven, the Puritans believed only their group would go to heaven.The Quakers were always kind to the Native Americans. The Puritans thought they were above and better then them.The Quakers believed in religious toleration, the Puritans kicked anyone out of their colony who didn't worship the same way as they did.I hope this helps answer any questions!
They believed there was only one God. They might have been Christians or Catholics.
New England Was More Puritanical and Middle colonies were the Quakers etc.
Of course every Quaker is entitled to their own beliefs and if you ask 10 Friends a religious question, you may very well receive 10 different answers.Catholics revere Mary far greater than MOST Quakers.Catholics believe the Bible is the written word of God and Quakers believe it is simply a tool for inspiration and that one should not spend all day listening to a physical book when you get just go inside of yourself and find God waiting patiently there.Catholics - priest and deacon & Quakers- no clergyCatholics- Baptism, Communion, Confirmation & Quakers- No physical sacrament is required.Catholic Mass- ritual & Quakers- spontaneous, no rehearsed serviceCatholic- The world was created exactly how it says in Genesis & Quakers- SOME believe it was created as it was in Genesis, just the Biblical "day" was not 24 hours but many, many centuries. Still other Friends believe differently.Overall, Catholics are required of many things and must follow a rigid set of beliefs, while Quakers are free to believe what they want on most things.Improved answer:While Catholics may believe the word for word description of creation in Genesis, they are not required to believe it literally. God created the Universe but was free to create it in any way he wished and did not necessarily follow the human description in the Bible.Catholics have seven sacraments, not four.Catholics may not always agree with the Church's teachings but it is better to have moral guidance on how to live our lives rather than everyone doing his/her own thing. That causes pandemonium.
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Pennsylvania was founded by Quakers in the 1680s although im sure there were some Anglicans, Protestants and Catholics as well.
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Some of them were coming over to find religious freedom, like the Quakers, while others sought economic opportunities in the New World.
The religious groups included the Protestant, Quakers, Anglicans, and French Huguenots, and some Catholics.
The churches are both very similar but the major differences are: The Catholics recognize the pope as the head of the Church, the Orthodox do not. The Orthodox permit married clergy, the Catholics generally do not. The Orthodox and Catholics disagree over some wording in the Nicene Creed - the 'filioque' controversy.
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Some of the Pennsylvania settlers, the Quakers, came to the Americas for religious freedom. The settlers of Rhode Island largely came for new economic opportunities.
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New York had freedom of religion, but most people in New York were Catholics; Baptists, Protestants, Presbyterians, and the Quakers are some.
It depends upon what period of history you are referring to. In the early days there were very strong arguments and wars between the Catholics and Protestants. More recently the two divisions have emphasized their common ground and cooperated, although there are still some significant differences.
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Quakers first major colony was Pennsylvania, Quakers did settle in this place but not too long. Next colonies were West Jersey and North Carolina they settle for some time in North Carolina but a war arises between French and Quakers and the Quakers lost that battle.