[Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill Publications, 1973]
0875741878 / 9780875741871
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This pamphlet, by the editor of The Journal and Major Essays of John Woolman, explains Woolman's message and mission, with his emphases on slavery, opposition to war, and economic oppression. It then addresses the question of why Woolman was so outstanding among Quaker ministers and other religious
Show Moreleaders, and ultimately why he can be ranked among the great spiritual leaders of humankind. Moulton's answer is illuminating and profound. This is an invaluable introduction to or conclusion on Woolman and his relevance to us today.
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