Free Media Mail shipping on USA orders $50+
Cart 0
Spiritual Reformers in 16th Century

Spiritual Reformers in 16th and 17th Centuries

$ 14.95

In his studies of the mystical movements in which early Quakerism was grounded, religious scholar Rufus Jones set out to study the influence of Jacob Boehme.  "... I soon found, however, that Boehme was no isolated prophet who discovered in solitude a fresh way to approach the supreme problems of the soul. . . . He was an organic part of a far-reaching movement . . . to carry the Reformation to It's legitimate terminus, the restoration of apostolic Christianity."

380 pages.

Share this Product

More from this collection