Giorgio Fox E I Quaccheri (review)

Giorgio Fox E I Quaccheri (review) BOOK REVIEWS61 Light," "Truth Defended," "Quaker Life as Testimony," "The True Church "Tracts to Proclaim the Day of Visitation," "Journal of Lives Led by die notes, and usually widi an introduction. Some of diese were described to me by a British reader as "inspired." As one would expect from the audior of Quakers in Puritan England, die relation of the Quaker position to that of their British contemporaries is well brought out. Indeed one of die best ways to know how early Quakerism veered from the conventional Christianity is to study the subjects of controversy. These appear in extracts from both sides. One of the longest and earliest extracts is from Fiigginson's Religion of the Northern Quakers (1653). But long quotations from Barclay's Catechism and Confession of Faith Restored." The selections are well edited widi modern spelling and with and Anarchy of the Ranters are fully matched in interest with some of the Epistles quoted in a great variety of circumstances. One sermon of Fox (1680) is printed (pp. 501-512). For further general review, I can well own general introduction. The historical background of the selections and the literary history of sources are treated with full recognition of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Quaker History Friends Historical Association

Giorgio Fox E I Quaccheri (review)

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

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BOOK REVIEWS61 Light," "Truth Defended," "Quaker Life as Testimony," "The True Church "Tracts to Proclaim the Day of Visitation," "Journal of Lives Led by die notes, and usually widi an introduction. Some of diese were described to me by a British reader as "inspired." As one would expect from the audior of Quakers in Puritan England, die relation of the Quaker position to that of their British contemporaries is well brought out. Indeed one of die best ways to know how early Quakerism veered from the conventional Christianity is to study the subjects of controversy. These appear in extracts from both sides. One of the longest and earliest extracts is from Fiigginson's Religion of the Northern Quakers (1653). But long quotations from Barclay's Catechism and Confession of Faith Restored." The selections are well edited widi modern spelling and with and Anarchy of the Ranters are fully matched in interest with some of the Epistles quoted in a great variety of circumstances. One sermon of Fox (1680) is printed (pp. 501-512). For further general review, I can well own general introduction. The historical background of the selections and the literary history of sources are treated with full recognition of

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