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discovery of Quakerism
|Statement||by Harold Loukes.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Quaker History is a peer reviewed journal consisting of illuminating articles on Quaker (Religious Society of Friends) contributions to issues such as social justice, education, and literature. The journal also includes book and article reviews and is published by the Friends Historical Association. The title changed two times: first was Bulletin of Friends' Historical Society of Philadelphia. About this Item: Ryerson Press, Toronto, Hard Cover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Printing of the First Edition. Near fine with gently bumped corners and previous owner's gift inscription, in a dustjacket with wear to extremities, one chip on the front panel, and sunfading to spine and front panel along spine.
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Any book by this mistakenly-neglected author is worth reading, though his educational advice during the s now seems obviously written for a very different country than 21stC.
However, this is a history and explanation of the Quaker faith. Much of his explanation I found very inspiring, though of course it stops short at Reviews: 2. The Discovery of Quakerism Hardcover – January 1, by H Loukes (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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Quakers in Great Britain recognised only the Orthodox Quakers and refused to correspond with the Hicksites. Beaconite controversy. Isaac Crewdson was a Recorded Minister in Manchester, UK.
His book A Beacon to the Society of Friends strongly argued that the inner light was at odds with a religious belief in salvation by the atonement of Classification: Protestant. The Religious Society of Friends began as a movement in England in the midth century in s are informally known as Quakers, as they were said "to tremble in the way of the Lord".The movement in its early days faced strong opposition and persecution, but it continued to expand across the British Isles and then in the Americas and Africa.
A Book of Discipline may refer to one of the various books issued by a Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, setting out what it means to be a Quaker in that Yearly common name for this book varies from one Yearly Meeting to another and includes Book of Discipline, Faith and Practice, Christian Faith and Practice, Quaker Faith and Practice, Church Government and.
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Incorrect Book The list contains an. In the second half of the book Brinton, although carrying forward his analysis of Quaker spiritual discovery in a chapter on dreams, devotes most of his space to topical exposition of aspects of Quakerism discussed prominently in the journals, including the peace testimony, social testimonies, attitudes toward animals, and religious philosophy.
5 The Introduction to the ‘Book of Miracles’, 4–32, contains a full account of the evidence for early Quaker miracles, performed by Fox and Reay and Larry Ingle, scholars who might have been expected to be sceptical, also ignored the problem of historicity: see H.
Larry Ingle, First among Friends: George Fox and the Creation of Quakerism (New York and Oxford, ), 64, Cited by: 2. I have some favorites. Robert Lawrence Smith's A Quaker Book of Wisdom is a good starting place. It does a nice job of explaining what modern Friends believe.
Howard Brinton's Friends for Years is a good book to dip in and out of. It cover. The focus of this book is Quakerism and science from the author’s perspective and the history of this approach among Friends. It begins with a foreword by David Boulton in which suggests that the book is a handbook for Friends seeking reconciliation with and a history of the development of Quaker nontheism.
The text is divided into three. The author, Katharine Gerbner, giving a lecture on slavery and Quakerism in seventeenth‐century Barbados, CSpan3, Ap I decided to ask different questions.
Instead of reading Quaker abolition back in time, I thought it was important to understand how these slaveholding Quakers fit into their own time. Order Christian History # The Surprising Quakers in print. Subscribe now to get future print issues in your mailbox (donation requested but not required).
— – While traveling in the American colonies, George Fox encourages Friends to free their slaves. ‘The Power,’ Quaking, and the Rediscovery of Primitive Quakerism By Scott Martin on May 1, “The Power of the Lord,” or just simply, “The Power,” was a very important concept to the early Quakers, but it is virtually unknown among Friends today.
Within Quakerism can be found Liberal, Conservative, and Evangelical forms. This book uncovers the complex development of metaethical thought by a religious group that has evolved with an unusual degree of diversity.
The pilgrim's progress, from Quakerism to Christianity: containing a farther discovery of the danger of the growth of Quakerism, not only in point of doctrine, but also in their politicks, in what they call their church-government, both from matter of fact practice and experience, from the.
Transfers from 16mm prints of the unfinished English version from Jan De Hartog's documentary series on Quakerism. The full series exists only in Dutch, whic. Quakerism began as a sect whose members believed that there was a piece of God within every person and that everyone could communicate with God directly.
This was a radical view for the time. Out of this belief, Quakers developed a strong sense of equality and believed that every person could be a minister. This book is an attempt 'to explain the Quaker way, as far as that is possible'. It is a distinctive way and, though perhaps no better than others, it has its own integrity and effectiveness.
Although it is fairly well known, Quakerism is not well understood, so the purpose of this book is to make it intelligible, to e. By far the most important history of American Quakerism covering our period is Bowden History of Friends in America (London, vol.vol, ii.
), but it is plainly written from the Quaker point of view and does not furnish a critical investigation of Quakerism and its work in the New World. Meeting for Reading is a column that offers reviews of new and forthcoming books intended to nurture spiritual deepening among Friends.
The books selected are particularly useful to Meeting book discussion groups. The Kendal Sparrow: A Novel of Elizabeth Fletcher by Barbara Schell Luetke, PhD. QuakerPress, Richly imagined, grounded in truth, and inspired by its author’s deep awareness.Later in the s, Quakerism among Nantucketers collapsed through factionalism and disownments.
To learn more about Quakerism on Nantucket, see Robert Leach’s book, Quaker Nantucket: The Religious Community Behind the Whaling Empire, available from the NHA Museum Shop. There was Obadiah the Bold, Rachel and Obadiah, and mostly notably the Caldecott Honor book Thy Friend, Obadiah.
Sure they were an old timey look at Quakerism but due to the fact that they were also the ONLY picture books with a Quaker hero, they were roundly embraced by the community. Beyond the Turkle, other books came up fairly often.