George Fox (1624-1691) is generally considered the founder of the Society of Friends (Quakers). As a young man, Fox could find no rest in the lifeless, outward Christianity of his day, seeing clearly that most believers professed far more than they truly possessed. This journal tells the story of his desperate search for the Truth, his discovery of a Christianity that stands in the life and light of Jesus Christ, and the ensuing fifty years of powerful ministry that turned the world upside down. This is the complete and unabridged Journal of George Fox, originally compiled and edited by Thomas Ellwood in 1694, and later divided into chapters, and supplied with numerous historical and biographical notes by William Armistead in 1852.

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The Journal of George Fox

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The Journal of George Fox

by: George Fox

George Fox (1624-1691) is generally considered the founder of the Society of Friends (Quakers). As a young man, Fox could find no rest in the lifeless, outward Christianity of his day, seeing clearly that most believers professed far more than they truly possessed. This journal tells the story of his desperate search for the Truth, his discovery of a Christianity that stands in the life and light of Jesus Christ, and the ensuing fifty years of powerful ministry that turned the world upside down. This is the complete and unabridged Journal of George Fox, originally compiled and edited by Thomas Ellwood in 1694, and later divided into chapters, and supplied with numerous historical and biographical notes by William Armistead in 1852.

  • George Fox
  • original Edition
  • 6 x 9 x 1.2, 6 x 9 x 1.2 in
  • 38 chapters
  • 547 pages, 525 pages
  • Language: English

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