New PDF release: Primitive Christianity Revived (MSF Early Quaker Series)

ISBN-10: 1985377306

ISBN-13: 9781985377301

This booklet is a mix of 2 separate courses by means of William Penn, one being his ebook Primitive Christianity Revived (first released in 1696), and the opposite, a short Account of the increase and growth of the folks known as Quakers, which initially served because the creation to the magazine of George Fox (published in 1694) yet was once later published individually. the 2 guides overlapped of their scope, either dealing (in quite a few levels) with the increase of the Society of buddies, and the unique ideas and practices of this humans, and it was once proposal that those brief books should be mixed and interwoven in any such means as to offer the reader with a extra thorough presentation of those matters than both book may perhaps do separately. In trying to do that, i've got taken a level of editorial liberty—removing repetition, including brief segues among sections, and relocating paragraphs round to the place they looked as if it would healthy top. i've got additionally tried to scrupulously and carefully modernize and occasionally re-word Penn’s archaic (albeit appealing) language, including an occasional Scripture reference or a word of my very own with the purpose of larger readability. My target was once no longer just to republish the works of William Penn; all of his unique courses nonetheless exist and come via many on-line resources. My objective used to be to provide the present-day seeker of fact with a readable and heart-impacting account of what God did within the early Society of associates, that's a similar that He wants to do within the hearts and lives of each glossy Christian.

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