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by Geoffrey F. Nuttall


Nuttall was born in Colwyn Bay, North Wales . He was the author of several books on the church and religious subjects generally. ISBN 1-897856-14-8) and Early Quaker Studies and The Divine Presence (Weston Rhyn: Quinta Press,2003, ISBN 1-897856-22-9).

Nuttall was born in Colwyn Bay, North Wales, the son of the general practitioner. He was educated at Bootham School, the Quaker school in York, and read Mods and Greats at Balliol College, Oxford, and then Theology at Mansfield College, Oxford.

Home Nuttall, Geoffrey F. Early Quaker Studies and the Divine Presence. Publication Date: 2003. Nuttall, Geoffrey F. ISBN 10: 1897856229, ISBN 13: 9781897856222.

Geoffrey Fillingham Nuttall FBA (8 November 1911 24 July 2007) was a British Congregational minister and church historian. Nuttall was born in Colwyn Bay, North Wales, the son of the general practitioner.

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Geoffrey Fillingham Nuttall FBA (8 November 1911 - 24 July 2007) was a British .

Geoffrey Fillingham Nuttall FBA (8 November 1911 - 24 July 2007) was a British Congregational minister and church historian. Two collections of his essays and articles have been published in recent years, "Studies in English Dissent" (Weston Rhyn: Quinta Press, 2003, ISBN 1-897856-14-8) and "Early Quaker Studies and The Divine Presence" (Weston Rhyn: Quinta Press,2003, ISBN 1-897856-22-9).

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Studies in Christian Enthusiasm : Illustrated from Early Quakerism. by Geoffrey F. Nuttall. Philip Doddridge and the Netherlands (Publications of the Sir Thomas Brown Institute, General Series). J. Berg, Geoffrey F.

The correspondence of the Puritan divine Richard Baxter (1615-1691) is an unusually rich source of evidence for seventeenth-century history, in particular for the .

The correspondence of the Puritan divine Richard Baxter (1615-1691) is an unusually rich source of evidence for seventeenth-century history, in particular for the period's involved ecclesiastical history and its intellectual, cultural, and bibliographical tastes, as well as for Baxter himself. The correspondence of the Puritan divine Richard Baxter (1615-1691) is an unusually rich source of evidence for seventeenth-century history, in particular for the period's involved ecclesiastical history and its intellectual, cultural, and bibliographical tastes, as well as for Baxter himself.

This study will be of interest not only to scholars and students of seventeenth-century literature and history, but also to those concerned with the Quaker movement, spirituality and the changing meanings of religious practice in th. .

This study will be of interest not only to scholars and students of seventeenth-century literature and history, but also to those concerned with the Quaker movement, spirituality and the changing meanings of religious practice in the early modern period. eISBN: 978-1-84779-459-8. The Quakers, or the Religious Society of Friends, are generally known today as an inclusive and tolerant movement, broadly Christian, committed to working for peace and consensus, socially activist, politically radical and culturally liberal. At the time of their inception in the 1650s, however, their reputation was less benign.

Nuttall, Geoffrey Fillingham 1911–2007(Geoffrey F. Nuttall) Source for . Nuttall) Source for information on Nuttall, Geoffrey Fillingham 1911–2007: Contemporary Authors dictionary. Nuttall was active in many church-historical organizations: a past president of the Congregational Historical Society, the Ecclesiastical Historical Society, and the United Reformed Church Historical Society. These include The Holy Spirit in Puritan Faith and Experience (1946), Visible Saints: The Congregational Way, 1640-1660 (1957), Christianity and Violence (1972), Studies in Christian Enthusiasm (1983), and Early Quakers and the Divine Presence (2003). Obituaries and other sources: Books.

Early Quaker Studies and the Divine Presence ebook
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