Autobiography - George Fox - ebook

Autobiography - George Fox - ebook

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George Fox is not reckoned to be a revivalist of the same order as some of his Puritan predecessors or the next generation of revivalists like Edwards, Whitefield and Wesley. Nevertheless, he accomplished a great work for God, founding the Quaker movement, numbered around 100,000 when he died in 1691.

He witnessed revivalistic scenes including shaking, groanings, cryings and many tears. Thousands were converted, mostly from the working classes.

This is a worthy addition to any revival library.
Book Title Autobiography - George Fox - ebook
Author Revival Library Books
Type eBook
Date Published Jan 02, 2019
George Fox is not reckoned to be a revivalist of the same order as some of his Puritan predecessors or the next generation of revivalists like Edwards, Whitefield and Wesley. Nevertheless, he accomplished a great work for God, founding the Quaker movement, numbered around 100,000 when he died in 1691.

He witnessed revivalistic scenes including shaking, groanings, cryings and many tears. Thousands were converted, mostly from the working classes.

This is a worthy addition to any revival library.

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