Glen A. Morrison

Glen A. Morrison

Department of Theology and Religion
Doctoral Researcher

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PhD title: Church Growth Models and the Early Quaker Movement
Supervisor: Professor Ben Pink Dandelion
Home country: USA
PhD Theology and Religion


The early Quaker movement represents a significant church-growth phenomenon in history. Yet as a potential church-growth model, it remains unexplored and subsequently undefined from this prospective. My research examines the Quakers to ascertain the possible existence of a church-growth model embedded in, or embodied by, their initial movement. Work is limited to the years 1652-1662, the period that captures the Quaker movement in its earliest phase, and purist form.