Source: Grindleton talk (March 2016)
Will be broken into bits later….
See in full in the gallery:
An exploration of the diversity within the Quaker faith By Mr. Simon J. Kyte on 22 Jan. 2008 Format: Paperback The traditional interpretation of the birth of Quakerism is associated with the series…
1 A motion riseing from the spirit is more to be rested in, then (sic) the word it selfe; neither Dare they take their ground from the word, because the devil may wrest it to his purpose.
2. It is a sinne to believe the word, as it is the word, without a motion of the spirit
Sometime in early 1615 or before, some 20 years after these local enclosure maps, the chapelry of Grindleton (still part of Mitton and at least partly subservient to Waddington) decided to pay a new curate and chose, on the face of it, an entirely unremarkable character; a non-graduate, the son of a husbandman farmer from Rochdale…
La risposta è facile
In case you have not seen it:
I advise you all to do the same thing if you have a book for sale.
Plus a link to my French Author Central page.