Twenty-First Century Penn

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Earlham Press, 2003 - Fiction - 415 pages
This new edition of Penn's most absorbing works renders in clear modern English the thoughts of this theologically acute, well read, and imaginative 17th-century writer.
 

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Contents

The Sandy Foundation Shaken
1
Innocency with Her Open Face
43
The ChristianQuaker and His Divine Testimony Vindicated
61
A Discourse on the General Rule of Faith and Practice and the Judge of Controversy
232
Primitive Christianity Revived
271
The Rise and Progress of the People Called Quakers
339
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