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Primitive Christianity revived in the faith and practice of the people called Quakers

William Penn

Primitive Christianity revived in the faith and practice of the people called Quakers

written in testimony to the present dispensation of God through them, to the world; that prejudices may be removed, the simple informed, the well-inclined encouraged, and the truth, and its innocent friends rightly represented

by William Penn

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Published by [s.n.] in Dublin .
Written in English


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Statementby William Penn.
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Thus, far from being only a solitary search, Quaker mysticism was emphatically a social one as well. Although discrepancies did not necessarily mean that one was mistaken, still the individual owed it to fellow Friends and to the quest for Truth to ask whether and to what extent the personal vision might be influenced by pride or by the clever disguises of evil. Against the salutations of the times. One has to be utterly empty and denuded of the ordinary self before one can become "full. The 16th-century Protestant Reformation was in part a revolt against the late medieval attempt, by writers like Saint Thomas Aquinas, to reconcile Christianity with the emphasis on rationality to be found in Aristotle. The new label was more successful than the draft itself.

One has to be utterly empty and denuded of the ordinary self before one can become "full. And many sore conflicts did I meet withal before I was able in all things to distinguish between the workings of the true spirit and power, from that which was but the old self transformed, So the more I came to feel and perceive the love of God, and his goodness to flow forth upon me, the more was I humbled and bowed in my mind to serve him, and to serve the least of his people among whom I walked. After the 17th century there was a tendency to quietism among some Friends, and practices such as plain dress and plain speech lingered on without a renewal of that direct experience of which they had been an expression. Against the salutations of the times. The same impulse lay behind the Friends Union for Philanthropic Labor, formed by the Hicksite yearly meetings in the s and s.

Both in meeting and privately, in conversations with other Friends, something within him is constantly urging him to speak and to agitate. Plato speaks of the "eye of the soul," which is as real as the physical eye and is designed to take us into the level of consciousness that we associate with mysticism. In Woolman's Journal, one is impressed by the writer's earnestness, his self-discipline, and his sense of commitment to the antislavery cause. Quaker prayer then became a practice of patient waiting in silence.


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It was Gabriel who stood up now. Oh, it is sweet to sound the silver trumpet! Of care of poor, peace and conversation.

It was there I and my brother Angel stood on the day he is about to speak of. It is not the "occult. Salvation by faith rather than by works became the slogan of the orthodox Reformation; and the faith it stressed was commitment to Biblical teaching that was supposedly pure and unadulterated.

The Apostle James taught the same doctrine, and the primitive Christians practised it, as may be seen in the Book of Martyrs; as also the earliest and best of the Reformers. Isaac Penington longed for more.

Broadly speaking, we suggest that while Quakerism was born as a sect in the Christian religious tradition, its genius implicitly aspires to a universalism that transcends the Christian or any other existing religious framework. Sometimes they will speak out of the Light, thus seemingly interrupting one's own openings.

Primitive Christianity Revived and Primitive Quakerism Revived

Its formidable title was: An Alphabetical Extract of all the Annual Printed Epistles which have been sent to the several Quarterly Meetings of the People Called Quakers, in England and Elsewhere, from their Yearly Meeting Held in London, for the Promotion of Peace and Love in the Society, and Encouragement of Piety and Virtue, from the Year to inclusive … containing many excellent exhortations to faithfulness in the several branches of Christian Testimony which God hath given them to bear; and admonitions, occasionally given, for the support of good order and regularity in and among the said people.

Against the salutations of the times. In infancy, as Wordsworth suggests, "Trailing clouds of glory we do come, from God who is our home. Although discrepancies did not necessarily mean that one was mistaken, still the individual owed it to fellow Friends and to the quest for Truth to ask whether and to what extent the personal vision might be influenced by pride or by the clever disguises of evil.

It would have been Primitive Christianity revived in the faith and practice of the people called Quakers book interesting to have heard anything from the two compassionate Angels who, in hurrying Lot and his family out of Sodom, taught us to 'pull men out of the fire.

Nor would the worst of men easily be brought to hurt those that they really think love them. If the mystic seeks "emptiness' too strenuously, it will prove elusive.

Some of us probably consider from time to time what we would like our parting words to the world to be. Alternatively, you can call Rod Costa at to discuss your request. Though a farmer by trade, and a man of limited education, his deep spiritual understanding, piercing discernment, and powerful communication of the gospel caused multitudes to acknowledge that he preached in the demonstration of the Spirit and power, as one having authority, and not as the scribes.

Meanwhile, the many varieties of Anabaptists had arisen, some of them rooting their beliefs in what they took to be Luther's early doctrines. For while one is waiting, one's soul may be torn between the self-will which prevents vision and the as-yet absent union with God which goes beyond mere self.

Then we turn to the mystical elements in Quakerism. If one does experience the emptiness for a moment, and the Light streams in, then one must still not necessarily expect more than a momentary illumination.

As other yearly meetings were established in Ireland and North America, they tended to take their cues from the yearly meeting in London, reinforced by the regular visits of weighty Friends from the British Isles.

When he had finished his brief story, his eye fell on me; and to me this message was intrusted. See Phillips P. Endnotes 1.

One sees the soul's union with Ultimate Reality as transcending such categories as good and evil, while the second has been termed "ethical mysticism. While verbal criticisms are always to be offered in love, to the outsider the frankness might on occasion sound rather harsh.Primitive Christianity continued in the faith and practice of the people called Quakers: being in answer to a pamphlet entituled, Primitive heresie &c.

and which may serve as an appendix to a book entituled, An antidote against the venom of the snake in the grass, by George Whitehead.

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Primitive Christianity Revived: In the Faith and Practice of the People Called Quakers/5. Nov 01,  · Penn does not shrink from that assertion as most contemporary Quakers would! In Buckley’s companion piece, Primitive Quakerism Revived, he picks up on the theme of how present‐day Friends need to “come out of the closet” and re‐assert the fundamentals of early Quaker Christian assertions.

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