1 edition of The examining Quaker examined found in the catalog.
With this is bound Dobel"s: Primitive Christianity propounded : or an essay to revive the antient mode or manner of preaching the gospel ... (London : Printed for Joseph Edwards [etc.], 1755)
|Other titles||Baptism controversy collection|
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|Pagination||123 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||123|
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The examining Quaker examined: or, A farther vindication of water baptism, by the doctrine and practice of the inspired The examining Quaker examined book ; and from the testimonies of several of the most eminent authors, of the people call'd Quakers ; being an answer to Pages: And from the testimonies of several of the most eminent authors, of the people call'd quakers.
Being an answer to Joseph Besse's examination, of a discourse on water-baptism. Wherein that author's arguments, are fairly answer'd ; and his contradictions, both to himself, and his friends are made manifest She published seventeen books and pamphlets with Pendle Hill Publications, making her one of its most prolific authors.
In addition to her writing, she was a member of Swarthmore Friends Meeting and served on the Pendle Hill Publications Committee and the board of the Friends Historical Library. In The Quaker, the characters of the dead are women, but women with lives worth living, with stories of their own pre, present, and post their murders.
The Quaker is a thoroughly enjoyable book that has remained with me weeks after reading/5(). Examining Quaker privilege and commitment to an equal world Juliet Prager reflects on how Quakers have been exploring privilege and the work Quakers still need to do to understand and demonstrate that Black Lives Matter.
Quakers need to understand and acknowledge how our own lives benefit from systemic racism. The problem with books like THE QUAKER is that Liam McIlvanney calls himself a 'slow motion writer' so his books are rare little gems, dropped into your reading list like pearls.
To be savoured, unless desperation takes over, and like me, you move the first two Gerry Conway books (ALL THE COLOURS OF THE TOWN and WHERE THE DEAD MEN GO) into the /5(). One book that not many Friends know about is Joseph Phipps's The Original and Present State of Man.
It was the major Quaker theological work of the 18th century and one Quaker historian has said that at one time every meetinghouse in America had a copy of Phipps. It still holds up well. Published research that has examined the role of women in early Quakerism has concentrated largely upon travelling women ministers and preachers or their writings, for example, Christine Trevett's Uilmen and Quakerism in the Seventeenth Century and her more recent book Quaker Uilmen Prophets in England and Wales.
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Gates examined what it means to witness, who a witness is, and what a witness does in the context of ancient Israel, in the New Testament, and among Friends. He uses the expected works of early Quakers—Fox, Penn, and Barclay—but also less well-known seventeenth-century voices such as Sarah Blackborow and Thomas Lurting.
The Quaker and the Gamecock: Nathanael Greene, Thomas Sumter, and the Revolutionary War for the Soul of the South by Andrew Waters (Casemate, ). Among America’s great historical sites is the fort that still sits in the Charleston harbor where the first shots of.
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The Examined Life by Stephen Grosz – review His book is not an argument. It is a collection of case histories: patient accounts that, though reduced to. As a result, the Quaker self-study completed in the winter and spring of was a perfect instrument for closely examining MFS Quaker connections and its commitment to Quaker .