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The second period of Quakerism (Heritage classic)

William C. Braithwaite

The second period of Quakerism (Heritage classic)

by William C. Braithwaite

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Published by Heritage Books, Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History,
  • Society of Friends

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages668
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9454332M
    ISBN 100788423320
    ISBN 109780788423321
    OCLC/WorldCa52487797

      The Liturgies of Quakerism explores the nature of liturgy within a form of worship based in silence. Tracing the original seventeenth century Quakers' understanding of the 'liturgy of silence', and what for them replaced the outward forms used in other parts of Christianity, this book explains how early Quaker understandings of 'time', 'history', and 'apocalyptic' led to an inward liturgical form. Appendix 1: Books Most Frequently Shipped by the Morning Meeting to Colonial Quakers All titles were examined at the LSF and measurements are author’s own. For full titles, see Bibliography. Author Short title Date Number of pages ‘Quaker’ on cover Size in cm Robert Barclay (initials on cover) A Catechism and Confession of Faith,second.

    Few liberal Quakers believe in direct reward and punishment, heaven and hell, or second coming of Christ. The primary focus is nondogmatic: God is love, love is eternal, and our actions in life. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

    Abstract. This landmark volume is the first in a century to examine the “Second Period” of Quakerism, a time when the Religious Society of Friends experienced upheavals in theology, authority and institutional structures, and political trajectories as a result of the persecution Quakers faced in the first decades of the movement’s existence. Early Quakerism tolerated boisterous behaviour that challenged conventional etiquette, but by , they no longer supported disruptive and unruly behaviour. During the 18th century, Quakers entered the Quietist period in the history of their church, becoming more inward-looking spiritually and less active in converting others. Marrying outside.


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The second period of Quakerism (Heritage classic) by William C. Braithwaite Download PDF EPUB FB2

Excerpt from The Second Period of Quakerism Brailsford A Book of Quaker Saints, by L. Violet Hodgkin and T he Personality of George Fox, by A. Neave Brayshaw the last a careful collection of the materials which throw light on the character and person of the Founder of by: Book Description The late William C.

Braithwaite's Second Period of Quakerism was first published inand reprinted with corrections in This edition incorporates some changes of detail in the text and a large appendix of new matter by Henry J.

: William C. Braithwaite, Henry J. Cadbury. Second period of Quakerism. York, Eng.: William Sessions Ltd. in association with the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Charles Braithwaite; Henry J Cadbury. The late William C.

Braithwaite’s Second Period of Quakerism was first published inand reprinted with corrections in This edition incorporates some changes of detail in the text and a large appendix of new matter by Henry J. Cadbury. Braithwaite’s earlier volume, The Beginnings of Quakerism, was reissued in a similar form in.

OCLC Number: Notes: "A companion volume [to] The beginnings of Quakerism." Description: xxxvi, pages 23 cm: Contents: The Restoration settlement --Persecution, --The Second Conventicle Act, --The later days of persecution --The dawn of toleration --The Toleration Act --The aftermath of toleration --Internal history and problems, --The settling of.

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the second period of quakerism.* Arne an interval of seven years Mr. Braithwaite has given us a further contribution to the History of the Society of Friends projected by the late John W.

Rowntree. His earlier volume dealt with The Beginnings of Quakerism; the present instalment, opening with the Restoration Settlement, carries us on till the. The situation regarding the second period, approximately –, is another matter.

The Rowntree Histories dealing with these years were, for Britain, Braithwaite’s The Second Period of Quakerism (, partially revised second edition ) and, for America, Rufus Jones’s The Quakers in the American Colonies ().

Quakerism continued to spread across Britain during the s, and by there were aro Quakers, according to some estimates.

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Buy Now Ask Question. Add to Wish List Compare this Product. By Richard C. Allen and Rosemary Moore, with specialist contributors. Pennsylvania State University Press, pages. $/hardcover. The century since the publication of William Charles Braithwaite’s The Second Period of Quakerism and Rufus Jones’s The Quakers in the American Colonies (with assistance from Isaac Sharpless and Amelia M.

Gummere) has seen a great. The Second Period of Quakerism by William C. Braithwaite,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). W.C. Braithwaite's The Second Period of Quakerism is over ninety years old, and remains the standard work on Quakerism in the later seventeenth century and the beginning of the eighteenth.

This paper suggests possible contents for a new book on the Quaker history of that period. lt would deal with Quakerism as it was on both sides of the Atlantic. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

National Emergency The second period of Quakerism by Braithwaite, William C. (William Charles), Publication date Topics Society of Friends Publisher London, MacMillan.

Joshua L. Baily, Jr. Second Street, San Diego, Calif. THE SECOND PERIOD OF QUAKERISM.1 " The present volume is a sequel to The Beginnings of Quakerism, published inand completes, after fourteen years, my contribution to the History of Quakerism projected by my friend, the late John Wilhelm Rowntree.".

The Second Period of Quakerism is a continuation of Mr. Braith-waite's Beginnings and covers the period from the Restoration to the Affirmation Act of It was a period of repression and perse-cution, until the Toleration Act ofand was characterized by a change in Quakerism itself as well as in the attitude of the govern.

BOOK REVIEWS The Second Period of Quakerism. By William C. Braithwaite. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Second edition prepared-by Henry J.

Cadbury.) xxxvi, pages. $ The reader will recall that The Second Period first appeared in as a sequel to the late William C.

Braithwaite's The Beginnings of Quaker- ism. There was a second printing of The Second Period in. The late William C. Braithwaite's Second Period of Quakerism was first published inand reprinted with corrections in This edition incorporates some changes of detail in the text and a large appendix of new matter by Henry J.

Cadbury. Braithwaite's earlier volume The Beginnings of Quakerism was reissued in a similar form in Pages: Braithwaite, Second period, ; Francis Bugg, The picture of Quakerism drawn to the life: in two parts: the second containing, a brief history of the rise, growth, and progress of Quakerism, being a modest correction of the Quakers wrot in Holland by Gerrard Croese, London (Wing B), 6.

This second edition is prepared by Henry J. Cadbury, with a preface by L. Hugh Doncaster.” This is an exhaustive account, from the original sources, of the early history of Quakerism, founded in England at the time of the Puritan revolution and the struggle for religious liberty.

Second Period of Quakerism (); revised by Henry Cadbury (), covers to s in Britain Brock, Peter. Pioneers of the Peaceable Kingdom (), on Peace Testimony from the s to The late William C. Braithwaite's Second Period of Quakerism was first published inand reprinted with corrections in This edition incorporates some changes of detail in the text and a large appendix of new matter by Henry J.

Cadbury. Braithwaite's earlier volume The Beginnings of Quakerism was reissued in a similar form in This landmark volume is the first in a century to examine the “Second Period” of Quakerism, a time when the Religious Society of Friends experienced upheavals in theology, authority and institutional structures, and political trajectories as a result of the persecution Quakers faced in the first decades of the movement’s existence.