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Observations on the distinguishing views and practices of the Society of Friends. [Joseph John Gurney]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gurney, Joseph John, Observations on the distinguishing views and practices of the Society of Friends.

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As most powerfully expressed by George Fox (–91), Friends felt that their “experimental” discovery of God. What it does yield, and quite effectively, is proof of how social systems affect the lives and experiences of people who live within them.

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