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Number of Pages: 176
Publication Date: 2005
|Dimensions: 8 X 5.52 X 0.49 (inches)|
Series: HarperCollins Spiritual Classics
Simplicity in forms of worship, opposition to violence, and the importance of compassionate living and thoughtful listening are hallmarks of the spirituality of the Quakers. From their beginnings in seventeenthcentury England to today, the Friends have attempted to live out their belief in the presence of God's spirit within their hearts. This book features the writings of some of the most influential and inspirational Quaker thinkers George Fox, John Woolman, Caroline Stephen, Thomas Kelly, and others providing a vivid portrait of the beautiful, simple spirituality of the Quakers.
The HarperCollins Spiritual Classics series presents short, accessible introductions to the foundational works that shaped Western religious thought and culture. This series seeks to find new readers for these dynamic spiritual voices -- voices that have changed lives throughout the centuries and still can today.