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Hilary Hinds on itinerance

Travel is obviously key to the story of George Fox.

In this video, Hilary Hinds explains why, how typical this was for early Quakers, and also whether travel continued to be key as the Quaker movement grew and spread.

Think about how far travel can help a missionary movement and what the advantages and disadvantages are of having its leadership always on the move. Please post your reflections in the comments section.

Remember that you can refer to the Timeline of Key Events, short biographies of the Key People and contextual notes.

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Radical Spirituality: the Early History of the Quakers

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