Bronze Garden Figure Famous Statue of Quaker Religious Martyr Mary Dyer
Quakers arose in England and the American colonies in the mid-17th century. The characteristic of Quakers is that there is no written creed, doctrines, and at the beginning there is no professional priest, sacrament and festival. Instead, they directly rely on the revelation of the Holy Spirit to guide the religious activities and social life of believers, and always have the characteristics of mysticism. The woman’s name was Mary Dyer, and she sat demurely. She was a great woman. Put it in your garden, let it bring a little grace to your garden.
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