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I know I'm replying to a 4 year old post :) ... but I thought I'd reply anyway, just in case anyone browses by and is interested in a response to the above question.

Although there is no formal doctrine of universalism within Quakerism (and no direct reference within the history and evolution of the Quaker movement), many Quakers adopt a universalist approach to religion and spirituality. The Quaker 'Advice & Queries' encourages Friends to take interest in, respect and consider other faiths and religions.

Indeed to support the above, there is a major sub-group within the British Quakers, called the Quaker Universalist Group.