|LC Classifications||BX5199.L3 H62 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||342|
|LC Control Number||77175870|
William Law and Eighteenth Century Quakerism Including Some Unpublished Letters and Fragments of William Law and John Byrom [Hobhouse, Stephen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. William Law and Eighteenth Century Quakerism Including Some Unpublished Letters and Fragments of William Law and John ByromAuthor: Stephen Hobhouse. Get this from a library! William Law and eighteenth century Quakerism: including some unpublished letters and fragments of William Law and John Byrom. [Stephen Hobhouse]. William Law and Eighteenth Century Quakerism (review) William Law and Eighteenth Century Quakerism (review) Brinton, Howard H. (Howard Haines),. BOOK REVIEWS39 In the Autumn Bulletin, , p. 81, there was an item concerning the visit of some Indians to a Friends' Meeting at Easton, New York, about the time of the American Revolution. William Law and Eighteenth-Century Quakerism: ISBN () Hardcover, Ayer Co Pub, The Works Of The Reverend William Law: A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life Adapted To The State And Condition Of All Orders Of Christians V4.
Eighteenth century. During the first full century of Quakerism, Quakers underwent a transformation from enemies of the Church of England to quiet pursuit of inward faith. Responding to the struggles and persecution of the seventeenth century, Friends insisted on pursuing a practice of "peculiarity" to protect Quaker ations: Friends World Committee for Consultation. William Law and Eighteenth-Century Quakerism (). New York: Benjamin Blom Inc., Hotham, Durand. The Life of Jacob Behmen. London: H. Blunden, The Religious Society of Friends began as a movement in England in the midth century in s are informally known as Quakers, as they were said "to tremble in the way of the Lord".The movement in its early days faced strong opposition and persecution, but it continued to expand across the British Isles and then in the Americas and Africa. Browse and buy a vast selection of Religion Books and Collectibles on Passion for books. Sign On William Law and Eighteenth Century Quakerism. Hobhouse, Stephen. 1st Edition. Book Thirteen, the Book of Civil Laws. Rabinowitz, Jacob L.
There is a skeptical but sympathetic account of him in Leslie Stephen, History of English Thought in the 18th Century (2 vols., ). See also W. R. Inge, Studies of English Mystics (); Stephen Hobhouse, William Law and Eighteenth Century Quakerism (); . Author of William Law and eighteenth century Quakerism, The Spirit Of Prayer, Christian Regeneration, Joseph Sturge, his life and work, The autobiography of Stephen Hobhouse, Selected Mystical Writing of William Law, Forty years and an epilogue, The Way to Divine KnowledgeWritten works: Selected Mystical Writing of William Law. LAW, WILLIAM. LAW, WILLIAM ( – ), was an English devotional writer. Born at King's Cliffe, Northamptonshire, William Law came from a family "of high respectability and of good means." He entered Emmanuel College, Cambridge, in to prepare for the Anglican ministry; he achieved the B.A. in and the M.A. in , the same year in which he received a fellowship and ordination. Seventeenth century Establishment of Yearly Meetings () In was a meeting which was attended by representatives from Friends from the whole of Britain. At this meeting it was decided that an annual "General Assembly of the Brethren" be held in London annually, the .