The Religious Society of Friends has to be one of the most complex, fractious communities of faith I have ever seen. I'm highly suspicious of what our postmodern age has done and could do to the liberal form of Quakers, and the wider religion. But it is a faith where following the way if Christ is taken seriously, and where gay people have a place. So I'm inexorably drawn to it. I hope that my exploration of this faith proves to be of worth.