George Fox


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Noun1.George Fox - English religious leader who founded the Society of Friends (1624-1691)George Fox - English religious leader who founded the Society of Friends (1624-1691)
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He told them how, in the first place, twelve of the converts of George Fox, the first Quaker in the world, had come over from England.
Jacob Behmen and George Fox betray their egotism in the pertinacity of their controversial tracts, and James Naylor once suffered himself to be worshipped as the Christ.
The trances of Socrates, the "union" of Plotinus, the vision of Porphyry, the conversion of Paul, the aurora of Behmen, the convulsions of George Fox and his Quakers, the illumination of Swedenborg, are of this kind.
At George Fox University in Oregon, home page video offers an engaging and dynamic visual tour of the school.
11, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Applications to George Fox University's new Master of Social Work (MSW) program will be accepted beginning in October in advance of the graduate degree program's launch in the fall of 2015.
Judith, the daughter of the late George Fox, has also been a member for a half century, joining on March 16, 1964.
Irigaray lends himself easily to supposition, but Rine (English, George Fox U.
George Fox University is affiliated with the Northwest Yearly Meeting, a group of Christians who meet and worship in the tradition of Friends (Quakers).
The outlook for Medicare recipients in general for the coming years is bleak to say the least according to the author of the book “Medicare Entitlements Exposed” George Fox.
Other results were - men's pairs: Richard Stocking and John Greer 30 Phil Hirons and George Fox 9.