Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill, 
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Fowler, as a Christian Quaker, sees in Quakerism (ca. 1961) two distinct varieties of belief: universalism and Christian faith in a Quaker interpretation. He is explicitly critical if Quaker universalism (and universalists), even snide and hostile, declaring it a betrayal of Christianity, and also implicitly of Quakerism. This pamphlet reads as unpleasantly partisan and resentful, rather than insightful.
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 112
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