Quaker Spirituality: Selected Writings

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Quaker Spirituality
Selected I Writings

EDITED AND INTRODUCED BY
DOUGLAS V. STEERE

PREFACE BY
ELIZABETH GRAY VINING

PAULIST PRESS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Classics of Western Spirituality ii
  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Abridgment of the Journal of George Fox 57
  • George Fox (1624-1691) 59
  • William Penn's Preface 60
  • The Journal 63
  • A Selection of Passages from the Epistles of George Fox 127
  • The Epistles 129
  • Selections from the Letters of Isaac Penington 137
  • Isaac Penington (1616-1679) 139
  • The Letters 143
  • Abridgment of the Journal of John Woolman 159
  • John Woolman (1720-1772) 161
  • Chapter I 163
  • Chapter II 170
  • Chapter III 173
  • Chapter IV 179
  • Chapter V 187
  • Chapter VI 191
  • Chapter VII 194
  • Chapter VIII 201
  • Chapter IX 214
  • Chapter X 220
  • Chapter XI 224
  • Chapter XII 229
  • Selections from Quaker Strongholds by Caroline Stephen 239
  • Caroline Stephen (1834-1909) 241
  • Selections from the Writings of Rufus M. Jones 259
  • The Luminous Trail 273
  • The Faith and Practice of the Quakers 275
  • Selections from the Writings of Thomas R. Kelly 287
  • Thomas R. Kelly (1893-1941) 289
  • Testament of Devotion 290
  • The Eternal Promise 306
  • The Gathered Meeting 312
  • Bibliography 317
  • Index to Introduction 321
  • Index to Texts 325
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