Category Archives: Salvation

Such a Heart

Oh that [my people] had such a heart in them that they would fear me and keep my commandments always, that it might be well with them and their children forever. (Deut. 5:29) In this portion of Scripture, Moses is … Continue reading

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Something to Say…Part 3: The Vitality of George Fox’s Message

My first post touched upon James Tower’s assertion that the adoption of the pastoral system was necessary due to the rapid expansion into the American West. The second post began to look at how the gospel preached by Fox is … Continue reading

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Something to Say…Part2:The Gospel, the Power of God

For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek. (Romans 1:16 KJV) This post continues my … Continue reading

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Something to Say About Something to Say About Silence

I recently stumbled across James Tower’s blog post of 2012 entitled Something to Say About Silence. Since his post and subsequent discussion was several years old, I have decided to make my comments in the form of a series of posts of … Continue reading

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The New Covenant

In Catholic Quakerism, chapter III, The Quaker Conception of Christian Community and Church Order, Lewis Benson stated: Of the two basic presuppositions in Fox’s conception of Christianity we have already dealt with the first, namely, that God, through Christ, shows … Continue reading

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Who Is Your God

What is the operating paradigm of the early Friends? By using many quotes from George Fox and Edward Burrough, I endeavor to show that the foundation they built upon was the inward experience of Jesus teaching them, revealing to them the character and being of God. Continue reading

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Were the Early Friends Preoccupied with Sin?

The Genesis of this post I left a comment on Steven Davison’s blog, to which he responded: You know, the early Friends’ preoccupation—one might say obsessions—with sin and sinfulness just does not work for me. I am not saying that … Continue reading

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Who Is Jesus Christ? and How Does He Save People?

Who is Jesus? and How does He save us? are two critical questions that must be answered if we are to make a real difference in this world. Christendom has a long-standing answer to those questions, but they ignore many aspects of who Jesus is, aspects that play a vital role in real salvation. Continue reading

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