Jim Wilson's Blog – 8th mo. 2017 Archive (1)

Quaker Quietism - Authors and Works

Greetings Friends:

I am interested in knowing what specific works people think of that are expressive of the period of Quaker Quietism.  I am interested in works that were written during the period of Quietism (aka The Second Period of Quaker History).  Personally, I have found the following works of help in accessing the thought of this period:

A Guide to True Peace, Counsel for the Christian Traveler by William Shewen, The Grounds of a Holy Life by Hugh Turford, A Short…

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Added by Jim Wilson on 8th mo. 24, 2017 at 8:06pm — 2 Comments

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