A Dream of Peace: Edward Hicks of Newtown , and: Edward Hicks: A Peaceable Season (review)

A Dream of Peace: Edward Hicks of Newtown , and: Edward Hicks: A Peaceable Season (review) 64QUAKER HISTORY of these lessons may have to be relearned in the new age of scarcity. George Fox CollegeArthur O. Roberts era of hard work and "making do," which is past for many people. Some Early Quaker Christology by Maurice A. Creasey. Manasquan, N.J.: Catholic and Quaker Studies. $7.50 (postpaid) . The aim of this doctoral dissertation, presented in 1956, is to show that the Quaker doctrine of the inner light is a Christological rather than an anthropological doctrine. This is established from the writings of several early Friends. Certainly one of the clearest expressions is that of George Seed, we speak of Christ, and mean Christ die Seed . . . And when we speak of die Light which is within, we mean Christ, the light of the World. For it is the same thing though under different appellations, because of its effects In view of Creasey's aim stated above it is puzzling to have the author end his dissertation with a doctrine of the Holy Spirit rather than a Christology. This leads him to conclude that early Quakerism belongs to Bishop Newbegin's "third stream of Christian tradition," which is neither Catholic nor Protestant, but Pentecostal. Friends http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Quaker History Friends Historical Association

A Dream of Peace: Edward Hicks of Newtown , and: Edward Hicks: A Peaceable Season (review)

Quaker History, Volume 63 (1) – Apr 4, 1974

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64QUAKER HISTORY of these lessons may have to be relearned in the new age of scarcity. George Fox CollegeArthur O. Roberts era of hard work and "making do," which is past for many people. Some Early Quaker Christology by Maurice A. Creasey. Manasquan, N.J.: Catholic and Quaker Studies. $7.50 (postpaid) . The aim of this doctoral dissertation, presented in 1956, is to show that the Quaker doctrine of the inner light is a Christological rather than an anthropological doctrine. This is established from the writings of several early Friends. Certainly one of the clearest expressions is that of George Seed, we speak of Christ, and mean Christ die Seed . . . And when we speak of die Light which is within, we mean Christ, the light of the World. For it is the same thing though under different appellations, because of its effects In view of Creasey's aim stated above it is puzzling to have the author end his dissertation with a doctrine of the Holy Spirit rather than a Christology. This leads him to conclude that early Quakerism belongs to Bishop Newbegin's "third stream of Christian tradition," which is neither Catholic nor Protestant, but Pentecostal. Friends

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