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Primitive Christianity revived a sermon preach"d in the Parish-Church of St. Edmund the King, on Sunday April the 24th, 1709 ... by Thomas Lynford

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Published by printed and sold by Joseph Downing in London .
Written in English


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ESTCT142375.

Statementby Thomas Lynford ....
The Physical Object
Pagination16p. ;
Number of Pages16
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Open LibraryOL16257690M

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This book is a combination of two separate publications by William Penn, one being his book Primitive Christianity Revived (first published in ), and the other, A Brief Account of the Rise and Progress of the People Called Quakers, which originally served as the introduction to the Journal of George Fox (published in ) but was later printed separately.5/5(2). William Penn’s classic work, Primitive Christianity Revived, describes how the ways of the early Christian church as established by Jesus and his apostles had been restored “in the Faith and Practice of the People called Quakers.”Central to this short treatise is the Quaker belief in the reality of “the Light of Christ in Man, as the Manifestation of God’s Love for Man’s.   Primitive Christianity Revived. By William Penn, translated into modern English by Paul Buckley. Inner Light Books, pages. $25/hardcover; $15/paperback; $10/eBook. Buy from QuakerBooks Primitive Quakerism Revived: Living as Friends in . Primitive Christianity Revived, by William Penn, translated into modern English by Paul Buckley. William Penn outlines in only a few dozen pages the beliefs and behaviors that define the Friends’ way of life. The simplicity and precision of Penn’s description is unsurpassed in the three centuries since it was first pub.

William Penn's classic work, Primitive Christianity Revived, describes how the ways of the early Christian church as established by Jesus and his apostles had been restored "in the Faith and Practice of the People called Quakers." Central to this short treatise is the Quaker belief in the reality of "the Light of Christ in Man, as the Manifestation of God's Love for Man's Happiness." This.   This book is a combination of two separate publications by William Penn, one being his book Primitive Christianity Revived (first published in ), and the other, A Brief Account of the Rise and Progress of the People Called Quakers, which originally served as the introduction to the Journal of George Fox (published in ) but was later printed separately.   38 Horneck, The Happy Ascetick p ; Cave, Primitive Christianity pt 2 pp 39 Kidder, Life of Horneck p 40 Secretan, Pious Robert Nelson pp Cited by: 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.

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. Primitive Christianity revived. Philadelphia: Printed and sold by Joseph Ckukshank [sic], in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Sreets [sic]., MDCCLXXXIII. [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: William Penn. Restorationism (or Christian primitivism) is the belief that Christianity has been or should be restored along the lines of what is known about the apostolic early church, which restorationists see as the search for a purer and more ancient form of the religion. Fundamentally, "this vision seeks to correct faults or deficiencies (in the church) by appealing to the primitive church as a.   William Penn's classic work, Primitive Christianity Revived, describes how the ways of the early Christian church as established by Jesus and his apostles had been restored "in the Faith and Practice of the People called Quakers."Central to this short treatise is the Quaker belief in the reality of "the Light of Christ in Man, as the Manifestation of God's Love for Man's Happiness.".