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This philosophical book—written by Quaker thinker and Pennsylvania founder, William Penn—calls all believers to cling to the spirit of primitive Christianity. During his time, Penn’s religious convictions were so controversial that they got him imprisoned in the Tower of London on multiple occasions. Nevertheless, his writings have been immortalized and continue to live on as Christian classics. This text, a written sampling of Penn’s beliefs, is perfect for those interested in 18th century British religion and the fundamentals of Quakerism.
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