Pendle Hill Pamphlet (1993).
Pendle Hill Pamphlet (1993). Motions of Love: Woolman as Mystic and Activist quantity. Additional information. A study of the interrelationship between mysticism and activism in the life and ministry of John Woolman, as reflected through his writings. Sterling Olmsted, formerly Dean of Faculty at Wilmington College of Ohio, has been active in the Religious Society of Friends for more than thirty years.
Motions of love: Woolman as mystic and activist. Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill. The idea of the holy: An inquiry into the non-rational factor in the idea of the divine and its relation to the rational (.
Series: Pendle Hill Pamphlets (312). Olmsted reveals to us Woolman as example and guide, who can show us how to attend and respond to our own inner motions of concern, and encourage us to be more faithful. Olmsted lifts up certain passages of, which I find helpful. Seeing what has moved others may not change my opinion, yet it does make me pay more attention.
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Woolman as mystic and activist. Pendle Hill pamphlet,, 312. Classifications. Published 1993 by Pendle Hill Publications in Wallingford, PA. Written in English. MLCS 96/10990 (B). The Physical Object.
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Author of Motions of love : Woolman as mystic and activist. Sterling Olmsted is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Sterling Olmsted is composed of 2 names. You can examine and separate out names.
King James II, and the writing of a very large body of books, pamphlets and letters. The surviving letters alone number 1500, of which fewer than forty-five per cent have been published. Yet this activist, this busy and burdened statesman, pioneer, courtier, preacher and writer, was also, like his contemporaries, Fox, Barclay and Penington, a mystic. He wrote about mysticism out of his own experience.
April 19, 2015 ·. Of course much better live--but here are the peepers briefly.