Although the journal of George Fox is certainly his most well-known publication, in the course of his long and fruitful life Fox also wrote a large quantity of doctrinal writings touching upon all sorts of important Christian principles and practices, and explaining from Scripture the ancient path of truth and righteousness. In the three volumes of his collected doctrinal works, there are extensive writings on subjects like the kingdom of God, the true church and ministry, election and reprobation, the old and new covenant, the light of Christ, persecution, baptism and the Lord’s supper, the great apostasy, the cross of Christ, and much more. This particular publication is the third of his three doctrinal books, and is also volume six of the eight-volume “Works of George Fox.”

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Doctrinal Works, Vol. III

George Fox

Doctrinal Works — Volume III

by: George Fox

Although the journal of George Fox is certainly his most well-known publication, in the course of his long and fruitful life Fox also wrote a large quantity of doctrinal writings touching upon all sorts of important Christian principles and practices, and explaining from Scripture the ancient path of truth and righteousness. In the three volumes of his collected doctrinal works, there are extensive writings on subjects like the kingdom of God, the true church and ministry, election and reprobation, the old and new covenant, the light of Christ, persecution, baptism and the Lord’s supper, the great apostasy, the cross of Christ, and much more. This particular publication is the third of his three doctrinal books, and is also volume six of the eight-volume “Works of George Fox.”

  • George Fox
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  • 44 chapters
  • 571 pages
  • Language: English

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