The People Called Quakers
This book provides an excellent exposition of Quaker thought, practice, and history. The portrayal of early Quakers and their lives is vital context for understanding Quakerism's divergence and appreciating It's impact on society over the next three hundred plus years. Depicting Quakerism and Quaker ways of thinking in their true radical Christian colors, Trueblood presents the faith as a live option for contemporary men and women. The book can be read profitably not only by Quakers, but by all Christians, as the author intended.