Christ rejected, The Quaker, and other poems

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Uriah Hunt , Philadelphia
Religious poetry, American., Miniature books -- Speci
Other titlesPoems by a friend
Statementby a Friend.
GenreSpecimens.
ContributionsPennell, Joseph, 1857-1926, former owner., Elizabeth Robins Pennell Collection (Library of Congress)
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LC ClassificationsPS991.A6 F754 1839
The Physical Object
Pagination191 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL6889465M
LC Control Number00522027

[full context of this Quaker Quote] The spirit of Christ, by which we are guided, is not changeable, so as once to command us from a thing as evil and again to move unto it; and The Quaker do certainly know, and so testify to the world, that the spirit of Christ, which leads us into all Truth, will never move us to fight and war against any man with.

What Is It With the Quakers The Quaker Jesus Christ. Some radical early Quaker positions have since become widely accepted by other Christian groups: the view that Christ died for all, and not just for a predestined few is one example. Other Quaker views are still rejected by almost every other denomination: the view that baptism and communion are.

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I am a Quaker peace activist, teacher and author, my most recent book being "Transformative Quakers" and "Howard and Anna Brinton: Reinventors of Quakerism in the 20th century." I serve on the board of directors for several organizations, including the Friends World Committee for Consultation and Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace.

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A book we are interested in will be: Of value to our readers. T he biblical injunctions of Matthew –44—to love one’s neighbor and to love one’s enemies stand at the center of the lives of Quaker peacemakers from the seventeenth century to the present.

Edward Coxere (–) was a bold and fearless fighter on British warships and trade ships maintained and fired guns and cannons. In the mid‐s, he witnessed a debate among two Quakers. The chapter includes text (pp. ), bibliography (pp.

), source notes (pp. ), and references to 20 quotations that appear elsewhere in the book but are not in this abridged version. Part I: Roots of Quaker Nontheism. This is a study of the roots of Quaker nontheism today. Henry More's belief in the universe and rejection of Cartesian dualism may have influenced Newton's religious ideas.

Later works—The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended () and Observations Upon the Prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St.

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John ()—were published after his death. Newton and Boyle's mechanical philosophy was promoted by rationalist pamphleteers as a viable. to thoroughly apprehend the Leaves of Grass it will be necessary, let it be said at once, to study them in their complete forms, which is to be obtained in the edition of Messrs.

Wilson & McCormick, of Glasgow; as also the indispensable Specimen Days and Collect, and the Life by Dr. Maurice Bucke, mentioned in these pages. The Specimen Days. James Nayler (or Naylor; –) was an English Quaker leader.

He was among the members of the Valiant Sixty, a group of early Quaker preachers and the peak of his career, he preached against enclosure and the slave trade. InNayler achieved national notoriety when he re-enacted Christ's "Palm Sunday" entry into Jerusalem by entering Bristol on a horse.

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The Sacred in Everyday Life I am writing about "the sacred in everyday life" because I am involved in a program for spiritual directors called Stillpoint. This topic intrigues me because discovering the sacred in the ordinary is the essence of our Quaker practice, and why I became a Quaker.

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Quakers and Ammonites NOTE: This webpage taken entirely from mormonstudies. Home Early American Influences on the BOM Spalding-BOM Textual Parallels. Appendix: Cosmology in Mercy Warren's Poetry. Works Cited. Thomas Donofrio's research has pointed out numerous textual parallels between the works of Mercy Otis Warren and both the Spalding manuscript and the Book of Mormon.

Christ's career and character is hopelessly irreconcilable with Matthew's. He is almost as bad as Matthew, by the way, in his repeated explanations of Christ's actions as having no other purpose than to fulfil the old prophecies. The impression is more unpleasant, because, as.

Christ's Cross is Christ's way to Christ's Crown. This is the subject of the following Discourse; first written during my confinement in the Tower of London, in the yearnow reprinted with great enlargements of matter and testimonies, that thou, Reader, mayest [v].

Kohler Collection of British Poetry: Christ at Carnival and other poems / (London: H. Jenkins, ), also by Muriel Stuart (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Kohler Collection of British Poetry: The Christian graces in olden time: a series of female portraits: with poetical illustrations / (London: D.

Bogue, ), also by Henry. In there was a conference held to discuss the state of the Society of Friends. Women were not permitted to attend, a situation which stirred up many heated letters in The Friend, discussing women’s ineligibility for service on Meeting for Sufferings (the Quaker executive body), the fettered nature of Women’s Meetings and correlating the topic with the wider issue of women’s suffrage.

Full text of "The kingdom of Christ: or, Hints to a Quaker, respecting the principles, constitution and ordinances of the Catholic Church" See other formats. The Quaker theologian Elton Trueblood, a chaplain at both Harvard and Stanford Universities, wrote The Humor of Christ in to "challenge the conventionalized picture of a Christ who never.

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Religious texts are texts related to a religious tradition. They differ from literary texts by being a compilation or discussion of beliefs, mythologies, ritual practices, commandments or laws, ethical conduct, spiritual aspirations, and for creating or fostering a religious community.

The relative authority of religious texts develops over time and is derived from the ratification. Quaker activist in both the abolitionist and women's movements; with Elizabeth Cady Stanton, she was a principal organizer of the Seneca Falls Convention in World Antislavery Convention abolitionist convention held in London in that refused to seat Lucretia Mott and other women delegates from America because of their gender; Elizabeth.

Quaker theological writings began with wordy debate tracts poured out by Fox and all other major Quaker leaders to answer the charges made by anti-Quaker writings; Penn wrote more systematically on the universality of the saving Light; Robert Barclay's Apology became the most-read statement of Quaker beliefs and worship, presenting the.

When I am afraid of evils to come, comfort me by showing me that in myself I am a dying, condemned wretch, but in Christ I am reconciled and live; that in myself I find insufficiency and no rest, but in Christ there is satisfaction and peace; that in myself I am feeble and unable to do good, but in Christ I have ability to do all things.

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More Works on the Doctrine of Sin | Harmartiology; 6 Introduction–Duty of Believing in Jesus Christ. For the Protestants, Christ went heaven and left a book, the Bible, behind which is the primary source of authority of earth. For present day Conservative Friends, like the early Friends, Christ is an ever-present reality to be experienced as the Living Presence among.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: This article is taken, by permission, from an article, "A Quaker Understanding of Jesus Christ", by Arthur O. Roberts in Quaker Religious Thought, Vol.

29, No. 3, July Due to the length of that article, it is published online in four parts. The article was adapted from a paper read at the Quaker Theological Discussion Group, Orlando, Florida, Novemand.Three other martyrs to the Quaker faith in Massachusetts were William Robinson, Marmaduke Stephenson, and William Leddra.

These events are described by Edward Burrough in A Declaration of the Sad and Great Persecution and Martyrdom of the People of God, called Quakers, in New-England, for the Worshipping of God ().While reading poems, we recollect the most important instances of our life, we want to cry or laugh.

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