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The Keithian controversy in early Pennsylvania

The Keithian controversy in early Pennsylvania

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Published by Norwood Editions in Norwood, Pa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pennsylvania
    • Subjects:
    • Keith, George, 1639?-1716.,
    • Society of Friends -- Pennsylvania -- History -- Sources.,
    • Society of Friends -- Doctrines -- History -- 17th century.,
    • Pennsylvania -- Church history -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[compiled] by J. William Frost.
      ContributionsFrost, J. William
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX7743.K4 K43
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxii, 378 p. ;
      Number of Pages378
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4255812M
      ISBN 100848208471
      LC Control Number81001184

      Controversy, the Wilkinson-Story Controversy and the Keithian Controversy. The intricacies of each controversy will not be considered in great depth here. However, the way these disputes reflected Friends' attitudes to Quaker traditions and to the introduction of new ideas, or innovations, to their religious society will be examined. Andrew R. Murphy. Conscience and Community: Revisiting Toleration and Religious Dissent in Early Modern England and America. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, xvii + pp. $ (cloth), ISBN

      For information on the Keithian controversy, see J. William Frost, The Keithian Controversy in Early Pennsylvania (Norwood, Pa.: Norwood Editions, ); Jon Butler, "'Gospel Order Improved': The Keithian Schism and the Exercise of Quaker Ministerial Authority in Pennsylvania", William and Mary Quarterly, ser. 3, ff; Ethyn Williams Kirby. Arthur O. Roberts's 4 research works with 13 reads, including: Donne's Prebend Sermons. Edited by Janel M. Mueller. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press,

      Information on the Keithian schism can be found in J. William Frost, The Keithian Controversy in Early Pennsylvania (Norwood, Pa.: Norwood Editions, ); Jon Butler, "'Gospel Order Improved': The Keithian Schism and the Exercise of Quaker Ministerial Authority in Pennsylvania", William and Mary Quarterly, ser. 3, ff; Ethyn Williams. Norwood, Pennsylvania: Norwood Editions, (), fo. [ pp.] Bound in black cloth with gilt titles along the spine. [ pp.] Bound in black cloth with gilt titles along the spine. Very Good, w/ book plate from previous owner (museum).


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William FrostAuthor: Jon Butler. The Keithian Controversy in Early Pennsylvania. By J. William Forst. Norwood, Pennsylvania: Norwood Editions, xxii + pp. $ - Volume 51 Issue 3 - Arthur O. RobertsAuthor: Arthur O. Roberts. COVID Resources.

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These were the central issues in the Keithian controversy: a dispute which broke out among Philadelphian Quakers in the seventeenth century when George Keith – one of the most important Quaker leaders at the time – was accused of focusing too.

The Quaker Doctrine of Antislavery, and: The Keithian Controversy in Early Pennsylvania (review) Book Reviews55 Ream recounts what Philadelphia Friends did for Indians.

Clearly, a great deal more could be done with this topic in relating Quaker activities to those of others, but in fairness one should note that Ream had only a chapter, not a book, to examine his topic.

These were the central issues in the Keithian controversy: an explosive schism which broke out among Philadelphian Quakers in the s when George Keith – arguably the most influential Quaker theologian of the seventeenth century – was accused of focusing too heavily on the Incarnate Jesus in his : Madeleine Ward.

Buy The Keithian Controversy in Early Pennsylvania by J. William Frost (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : J. William Frost. These were the central issues in the Keithian controversy: an explosive schism which broke out among Philadelphian Quakers in the s when George Keith – arguably the most influential Quaker theologian of the seventeenth century – was accused of focusing too heavily on the Incarnate Jesus Author: Madeleine Ward.

Keithian Quakers ceased to meet early in the 18th century. This schism, the first, is generally overlooked among Friends, perhaps because the "Keithians," calling themselves "Christian Quakers," were successfully suppressed by Friends holding the reins of power in Penn's colony.

Smolenski spends much of the remainder of the book defining the Keithian controversy as the watershed event in early Pennsylvania history and civic culture. While previous scholarship narrowly interpreted the controversy as an ecclesiastical, theological, or political debate, Smolenski synthesizes these theories by explaining Keith's challenge and the vehement Quaker response as "a crisis in.

issues in the Keithian controversy: a dispute which broke out among Philadelphian Quakers in the seventeenth century when George Keith – one of the most important Quaker leaders at the time – was. This book provides the most comprehensive theological analysis to date of the work of early Quaker leaders.

Spanning the first seventy years of the Quaker movement to the beginning of its formalization, Early Quakers and their Theological Thought examines in depth the lives and writings of sixteen prominent figures. Keithian Controversy in Early Pennsylvania, ; the names of Keith's supporters are on pp.Names of additional Keithians can be found in Some Reasons and Causes of the Late Separation That hath come to pass at Philadelphia betwixt us, called by some the Separate Meeting, And Others that meet apart from.

William Frost, The Keithian Controversy in Early Pennsylvania (Norwood PA, ), pp. i-ii. Google Scholar Nash, Quakers and Politics, pp.

–48; and Stephen Trowell, ‘George Keith: Post-Restoration Quaker Theology and the Experience of Defeat’, Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 76 (), pp. –37, p Author: Jordan Landes.

J. WILLIAM FROST is Howard M. and Charles F. Jenkins Professor of Quaker History and Research and Director of the Friends Historical library, Swarthmore College.

He is the author of The Quaker Family in Colonial America and editor of numerous volumes, including Quaker Origins of Antislavery and The Keithian Controversy in Early Pennsylvania/5(10).

Pamphlets and Periodical Publications Printed in the United States of America, Early American Imprints, ser. 1, no. (Chicago: Blakely Press, ). An Exhortation and Caution to Friends concerning Buying or Keeping of Negroes (), in J.

William Frost. SAMUEL RICHARDSON FAMILY AND WILL EXCERPTS. The Keithian Controversy in Early Pennsylvania, Norwood Editions, Box 38 Norwood, PA, George Fox University, Deed Book F) On the early map this appears to be just an isolated tract of land, but as we trace its history it was an exciting and beautiful tract.

PMHB Index. Volumes and Years The Keithian Controversy in Early Pennsylvania, ed. by Frost, rev., – Keithian schism,–, Guide to Civil War Books: An Annotated Selection of Modern Works on the War Between the States, with Barbuto, rev., –   A lecture with Madeleine Ward.

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Author of A perfect freedom, The Quaker family in colonial America, The Quakers (Denominations in America Ser No. 3), The Quaker origins of antislavery, The Keithian controversy in early Pennsylvania, Connecticut education in the. The Keithian Controversy is quite an onion of a story, with layers that speak to the importance of religious doctrine to early Pennsylvania colonists, to class distinctions between the wealthy and working class, and to government control in the face of grass-roots activism.J.

WILLIAM FROST is Howard M. and Charles F. Jenkins Professor of Quaker History and Research and Director of the Friends Historical library, Swarthmore College.

He is the author of The Quaker Family in Colonial America and editor of numerous volumes, including Quaker Origins of Antislavery and The Keithian Controversy in Early Pennsylvania.4/5(1).