A Concise Statement of the Views and Practices of the Society of Friends
John J. Cornell
Excerpt from A Concise Statement of the Views and Practices of the Society of Friends: An Address Delivered in Friends' Meeting House, West Chester, Penna;, Eighth Month, 1888
In the preparation of this paper, while I shall endeavor to give as clearly as I am able my understanding of the views of that branch of the Society of Friends with which I am affiliated, and the reasons for entertaining them, I wish to be distinctly understood that no one is to be held responsible but myself for what the paper contains.
In the formation of our religious ideas and our conception of Truth, it is very important that we start from a solid or right basis, that our superstructure may be not only beautiful in proportion and finish, but capable of enduring whatever of assaults may be made upon it.
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