Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill, 1961.
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Brinton writes a very interesting account of how early Friends were "convinced" and how early meetings started, as interested people were invited to a silent meeting. It was the silent meeting that reached them, he says, rather than any theological explanations or preaching. He explains that it is by this same experience that people come to Friends today.
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 114; inscription: 31/4/65 To dear Lydie Hooper with love and sympathetic encouragement in helping to develop the life of the spirit in all. Betty Furnas
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