Category Archives: Sin

George Fox and Romans 7

During a lengthy discussion, Xxxxxxxxxx, asked me to look into what Fox had to say concerning Romans chapter 7. Did Fox consider this the normal Christian experience? Is it the portrayal of an unbeliever coming to Christ? I searched the … 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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