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George Fox's Catechism for Children, 1660 By Charlotte Condia
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George Fox’s Catechism For Children, 1660 is in a traditional question and answer format. Fox, the founder of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) has a passionate love of Christ the... More > Light. Fox writes of many things and answers any question you may have about early Friends. But principally, he writes about Christ the Light in a poetic and beautiful way. The reader can share his love and insights through this Catechism.< Less
Some Seventeenth Century English Letters About God and Christ the Light 1673 -1690 By Charlotte Condia
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The middle of the seventeenth century is a time of war and great differences between the rich and the poor in Europe. Religious systems, the courts and marriage law are in turmoil. George Fox brings... More > order to the Quakers through a series of letters. He is inspired by God, and how God relates to people and people relate to God. With clarity he shares his understanding of God through his writings. His work is as relevant today as it was in the Seventeenth Century.< Less
Quaker Wisdom George Fox's Pastoral Letters By Charlotte Condia
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For Fox, God is One. He addresses God with many names – Light, Lord of hosts, Pure, Living God, Eternal, Exalted, unchangeable Life, Lord God Almighty, Creator, Wisdom, Order and Power... More > – but He is One. He is all-knowing and can always be counted on. God has incredible Power and we are to be obedient to it. He still cares for all people and for all of His creation. We have the power of an endless life and will live with God forever. We should live a life in which our minds turn away from the world, inward to God. We are to keep in unity, which also means being out of conflict. We are supposed to get along with other Friends and be in peace with everyone. It is best, he believes, to place our whole trust in God and walk before him in love and humility. We should aspire to be generous, merciful and full of goodness: to be like God as much as we humanly can be.< Less
God of the Quakers By Charlotte Condia
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George Fox and John Woolman both have a passionate love for and deep belief in God. They both write about this love and belief in an extraordinary way, as few people have. George Fox is the human... More > founder of the Society of Friends; John Woolman, a Quaker mystic and social activist, lived a remarkable life in the eighteenth century that shows how to be a good Friend. Why mention these two Friends in particular? Because they are experts in knowing and loving God. Love of God fills their lives. There is a goodness, wholesomeness, depth and genuine excitement to their belief in God that isn't often found in this world.< Less
Quaker Wisdom George Fox's Pastoral Letters 1-100 By Charlotte Condia
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George Fox is a remarkable man. William Penn called him "No Man's copy." This book analyzes some of George Fox's remarkable pastoral letter. In them he discusses many aspects of God and... More > living a Quaker life.< Less
George Fox's Catechism for Children, 1660 By Charlotte Condia
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George Fox’s A Catechism for Children 1660 follows the traditional question and answer format. Fox discusses many things in the book but principally it is an explanation of what he believes... More > about the Light. His language is beautiful and poetic and he shares his passionate love of Christ the Light with the Reader. George Fox is an orthodox Christian with his faith grounded in the Bible. He believes that he is specially chosen by God, specially loved by Him; he believes that everyone else, is specially chosen and loved. A universalist, Fox believes that everyone may know God. A Universal God is One who pours out His Spirit on all men and women, young and old, rich and poor, with dark or light colored skin, so that all may know and worship Him. Fox uses universal, inclusive language: words like “all, everyone, people everywhere, company of people, citizen, every man and woman”, when he writes of those individuals whom God loves, and whom Christ died for.< Less
George Fox's Pastoral Letters, 1643-1690 By Charlotte Condia
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NO MAN’S COPY William Penn said of George Fox, the human founder of the Quaker faith, that he was “no man’s copy” He was unique. The crown of Fox’s experience is his... More > knowledge and passionate love of God and His ability to share this with others. The best expression of this love is his more than 400 pastoral letters which he wrote between 1643 and 1690. A universalist, Fox believes that everyone may know God. A Universal God is One who pours out His Spirit on all men and women, young and old, rich and poor, with dark or light colored skin, so that all may know and worship Him. Fox uses universal, inclusive language: words like “all, everyone, people everywhere, company of people, citizen, and man and woman” when he writes of those individual whom God loves and whom Christ enlightened and died for.< Less
Volume I Some Seventeenth Century English about God By Charlotte Condia
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This book, Volume I, is letters 1-100. In them Fox writes of his passionate love of God and Christ the Light. He describes how we may live the life of a pacifist. But we may always, if necessary,... More > confront our persecutors. He tells us how to marry in the manner of Friends; he tells us how to to be Quaker Christians.< Less
The Pastoral Letters of George Fox, 1643 - 1690 By Charlotte Condia
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William Penn said of George Fox, the human founder of the Quaker faith, that he was “no man’s copy.” He was unique. The crown of Fox’s experience is his knowledge and... More > passionate love of God and his ability to share this with others. The best expression of this love is his more than 400 pastoral letters which he wrote between 1650 and 1690.< Less

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