Ethical mysticism in the Society of Friends

by Howard H. Brinton

Pamphlet, 1967



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CP 156/2


[Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill Publications, 1967]

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Pendle Hill Pamphlet 156

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Brinton writes that mystical experience of divine presence is the basis of Quaker faith, and divine guidance leads to living in God's ways, ethically. He analyzes the Quaker separations in America in terms of acceptance or rejection of mysticism. This pamphlet is informative, interesting, well
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written, and relevant for our Quaker faith, in typical Brinton fashion.
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