Quaker journals : varieties of religious experience among Friends

by Howard H. Brinton

Hardcover, 1972

Status

Available

Call number

Q BRI/1

Publication

Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill publications, [1972]

Description

Because Quakerism is primarily a religion based on inner personal experience rather than on creed and ritual, writes Howard Brinton, the religious autobiography, usually called a 'Journal, ' has been the most characteristic form of Quaker writing. For three centuries the journeys into the innermost souls of these writers record the wellsprings of Quaker conscience.

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Q BRI/1

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