As the preaching of George Fox and other early Friends continued to gain ground in England, Ireland, and Scotland in the mid-seventeenth century, a large number of religious leaders of various denominations (some from malice and others from misunderstanding) began to publish books that were critical of the Quakers and their doctrines. “The Great Mystery of the Great Whore” (originally published as volume three of the eight-volume “Works of George Fox”) is a large collection of Fox’s answers to the specific objections, slanders, and accusations that were published against Friends, together with instruction and encouragement for all sincere seekers of truth to come out from the various man-made and man-centered religions that comprise “mystery Babylon, the mother of harlots.”

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The Great Mystery of the Great Whore

George Fox

The Great Mystery of the Great Whore

by: George Fox

As the preaching of George Fox and other early Friends continued to gain ground in England, Ireland, and Scotland in the mid-seventeenth century, a large number of religious leaders of various denominations (some from malice and others from misunderstanding) began to publish books that were critical of the Quakers and their doctrines. “The Great Mystery of the Great Whore” (originally published as volume three of the eight-volume “Works of George Fox”) is a large collection of Fox’s answers to the specific objections, slanders, and accusations that were published against Friends, together with instruction and encouragement for all sincere seekers of truth to come out from the various man-made and man-centered religions that comprise “mystery Babylon, the mother of harlots.”

  • George Fox
  • original Edition
  • 6 x 9 x 0.88, 6 x 9 x 0.92 in
  • 129 chapters
  • 391 pages, 407 pages
  • Language: English

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