I have to admit that the folks most likely to set my teeth on edge when I try to contemplate the possibility of the light or the spirit dwelling within them are the ones that would take a map, compass and a backhoe to find it. Maybe.
On a lighter note here's a link to an unusual blog Quaker Pagan Reflections. Yes, the couple who create the entries are Quakers who are also Pagans. There are some wonderful entries about balancing the two streams of their spiritual lives. And yes, the combination does sound and is unusual. However, I've run across some, I'll use dogmatic it's kinder, evangelical types who are very sure that Quakers are practically pagans anyway. Heretics of some kind or another certainly not Christians. Traditional Quakers honor scripture. Many of them know the written word forward, backward and sideways. However sometimes the leading of the Inner Light doesn't agree with the written word. And then. utter chaos:they will usually follow the light. Keep on shining.