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Early Quakers and their theological thought, 1647-1723

Author: Stephen Ward Angell; Pink Dandelion
Publisher: New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2015. ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This comprehensive theological analysis of leading early Quakers' work, offers fresh insights into what they were really saying.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Ward Angell; Pink Dandelion
ISBN: 9781107050525 1107050529
OCLC Number: 903436668
Description: xvii, 340 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Seventeenth-century context and Quaker beginnings / Douglas Gwyn --
Quakers and the printing press / Betty Hagglund --
Unity and universality in the theology of George Fox / Hilary Hinds --
The man who "set himself as a sign": James Nayler's incarnational theology / Carole Dale Spencer --
The witness of Richard Farnworth: prophet of light, apostle of order / Michael Birkel and Stephen W. Angell --
Margaret Fell and the second coming of Christ / Sally Bruyneel --
"Outcasts of Israel": the apocalyptic theology of Edward Burrough and Francis Howgill / Pink Dandelion and Frederick Martin --
Renegade Oxonian: Samuel Fisher's importance in formulating a Quaker understanding of scripture / Stephen W. Angell --
"That you may be perfect in love": the prophecy of Dorothy White / Michele Lise Tarter --
The conventionality of the notorious John Perrot / Carla Gardina Pestana --
Felt reality in practical living and innovative thinking: Mary and Isaac Penington's journey from Puritan anguish to Quaker truth / R. Melvin Keiser --
Robert Barclay: the art of apologetics / Hugh S. Pyper --
Elizabeth Bathurst: "Tis not inky character can make a saint" / Mary Van Vleck Garman --
William Penn's contributions to early Quaker thought / Melvin B. Endy --
Immediate revelation, Kabbalah, and magic: the primacy of experience in the theology of George Keith / Michael Birkel --
From apocalyptic prophecy to tolerable faithfulness: George Whitehead and a theology for the eschaton deferred / Robynne Rogers Healey.
Responsibility: edited by Stephen W. Angell, Earlham School of Religion, Pink Dandelion, University of Birmingham.


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