A comprehensive collection of Quaker writings illustrating how Quakers have tried to live their beliefs. includes extensive selections from the writings of George Fox, Isaac Penington, John Woolman, Caroline Stephen, Rufus Jones and Thomas Kelly. The introduction, offered here and as a separate volume, is also a thoughtful brief introductory history of Friends. One volume of the `Classics of Western Spirituality' series.
Douglas V. Steere, editor