The Epistles of George Fox is the unabridged collection of his 420 letters, general epistles, and testimonies, written over the course of his long and fruitful life. Some of these were addressed to particular individuals or ministering Friends, but the majority were written to the church at large, or to specific meetings of the Society of Friends in places like England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, America, Holland, and the Caribbean Islands. In his introduction to this publication, George Whitehead strongly recommends “the serious reading and perusal of the ensuing collection, as containing much Christian counsel to the many and various states and conditions of enlightened and enlivened souls, who are traveling and breathing after God.” Volume 2 of 2 (also originally published as volume 8 of the 8-volume “Works of George Fox”).

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The Epistles of George Fox

Volume II

The Epistles of George Fox — Volume II

by: George Fox

The Epistles of George Fox is the unabridged collection of his 420 letters, general epistles, and testimonies, written over the course of his long and fruitful life. Some of these were addressed to particular individuals or ministering Friends, but the majority were written to the church at large, or to specific meetings of the Society of Friends in places like England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, America, Holland, and the Caribbean Islands. In his introduction to this publication, George Whitehead strongly recommends “the serious reading and perusal of the ensuing collection, as containing much Christian counsel to the many and various states and conditions of enlightened and enlivened souls, who are traveling and breathing after God.” Volume 2 of 2 (also originally published as volume 8 of the 8-volume “Works of George Fox”). (Original title: A Collection of Many Select And Christian Epistles, Letters and Testimonies, Written On Sundry Occasions, By That Ancient, Eminent, Faithful Friend, and Minister of Christ Jesus, George Fox)

  • George Fox
  • original Edition
  • 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.96 in
  • 11 chapters
  • 427 pages
  • Language: English

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