[Wallingford, Pa.] : Pendle Hill, 
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This is a very interesting pamphlet about the mysticism of William Penn, who was an extroverted activist with many achievements, but at the same time a mystic. Penn wrote in several categories: politics and government, religion both reflective and polemical, aphorisms, and letters. No Cross, No Crown, 1667, enlarged in 1681, is the most consistently mystical. Mysticism was an integral part of his thought. The author takes a number of topics about mysticism and gives commentary and some quotes from Penn.
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 167
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