The Quaker doctrine of inward peace

by Howard H. Brinton

Pamphlet, 1948



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CP 44/1


Wallingford, Pa., Pendle Hill, 1948 [reprinted 1971]

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This is an amazing, thorough, and tender explanation of the Quaker understanding of spiritual transformation, of what and how it happens. We all need to know this. Brinton includes many examples from Quakers over three centuries that inspire and clarify. A careful reading can be helpful to the confused and the discouraged (which surely must be all of us at some time).
Brinton writes, with all his scholarship, in a low-key sweetness and clarity that make a pleasure to read.
Reading through Howard Brinton's 17 Pendle Hill Pamphlets is an excellent Quaker education in itself.
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