The Journal Of George Foxby Norman Penney (Editor), George Fox
Still commonly read today, The Journal of George Fox is the autobiography of one of the founders of the Quaker movement. British preacher GEORGE FOX (1624-1691) here details his spiritual journey from the time he was a young boy, through his spiritual crisis at the age of nineteen-a time of darkness during which Fox received his first insights from the Lord and came to the realization that priests were not necessary for a spiritual life-and the development of his own regimen and interpretation of the Bible, laying the basis for the Religious Society of Friends.
Anyone interested in Quakers, Christian sects, and the evolution of religious belief will find Fox's autobiography a unique look at an influential religious figure.
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