In the South particularly we find very few birthright Quakers. Most of us could be loosely described as refugees from a more conventional religion. Among them a relative few still have strongly emotional 'issues' with their former religious group.
More healthy minded Friends need to be very tender with these types.
Once a friend and Friend of mine told of becoming a Quaker in the fifties. But for 40 odd years he seemed compelled to review (often in meeting for worship) the despicable things he had been told by the terrible nuns.
It became tiresomely repetitive. Eventually someone proposed a healing service; we gathered around and everyone laid hands on him, and we actually had an exorcism. Our Friend seemed indeed to be freed from the need to give that message.
In outline (not just the 'exorcism', but the many weeks his trouble was patiently endured in the meeting) this seems the way to deal with the 'God-haters' in our midst.
"Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud."
I Corinthians 13:4
As a dear old friend used to put it: love the hell out of 'em.