Rise and Progress of the People Called Quakers

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Religion - 132 pages
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An account of the people called Quakers written as a standing testimony to the ever blessed truth found within. Includes the rise and progress of the Society of Friends, and A Key, opening the way to every capacity how to distinguish the religion professed by the people called Quakers from the perversions and misrepresentations of their adversaries with a brief exhortation to all sort of people to examine their ways and their hearts, and turn speedily to the Lord.

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Penn founded Pennsylvania as a "Holy Experiment" under Charles II. He was a well-known proponent of religious freedom and tolerance in England and parts of Europe, specifically as a Quaker. His convictions landed him in jail serveral times. He wrote No Cross, No Crown while imprisoned in the Tower of London. As is the case with most who carry the truth of the gospel so passionately, he spent much time in prison for what he believed.

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