Jim Wilson's Blog – 2nd mo. 2013 Archive (1)

The Bible in the 'Guide to True Peace'

The Bible in the ‘Guide’

 

The presence of the Bible in the Quaker work ‘A Guide to True Peace’ is pervasive.  This is in keeping with traditional Quaker writings.  The Bible is used in the ‘Guide’ as a proof text, meaning that the point of view that the ‘Guide’ presents is placed in a biblical context and supported by numerous biblical quotations.

 

There are 102 quotes from the Bible in a work that is roughly 80 pages (the number of pages varies somewhat…

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Added by Jim Wilson on 2nd mo. 1, 2013 at 12:04pm — 5 Comments

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