New Haven : Yale University Press in association with the International Sacred Literature Trust, c2010.
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Provides an excellent overview and introduction to Quaker faith and practice. Includes a helpful discussion of Quaker testimonies, long excerpts from the writings of George Fox, Mary Pennington, John Woolman, and Pierre Ceresole; and brief excerpts from a variety of other Quaker writers.
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