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The Light in Their Consciences

The Early Quakers in Britain, 1646-1666

By (author) Rosemary Moore
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Pennsylvania State University Press, Pennsylvania, United States
Published: 30th Jun 2000
Dimensions: w 156mm h 234mm
ISBN-10: 0271019891
ISBN-13: 9780271019895
Barcode No: 9780271019895
Synopsis
The Society of Friends, also known as the Quakers, originated in England during the civil wars of the mid-17th century. Early Quakers have been variously described as founders of a fundamentally new form of spiritual practice, as the radical end of the Protestant Reformation, and as political revolutionaries. In The Light in Their Consciences, which recounts the earliest history of the Friends in England, Rosemary Moore suggests that all of these characterizations are accurate and can help us grasp the true significance of Quakerism.

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