Jim Wilson's Blog – 7th mo. 2011 Archive (1)

Experimental Theology in America: A Review

Dear Friends:


I have been reading 'Experimental Theology in America: Madame Guyon, Fenelon, and Their Readers' by Patricia A. Ward. In my ongoing exploration of our Quietist Heritage this was recommended to me by a poster here at QuakerQuaker.


For those who have an interest in the second period of Quaker history, the period of Quietism, this book offers valuable insights. Ward shows how the continental Quietists were quickly picked up by Quakers, and many…


Added by Jim Wilson on 7th mo. 6, 2011 at 10:03am — No Comments

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