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James Nayler

Geoffrey Fillingham Nuttall

James Nayler

a fresh approach.

by Geoffrey Fillingham Nuttall

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Published by Friends" Historical Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Naylor, James, 1617?-1660.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes.

    SeriesSupplement no. 26 to the Journal of the Friends" Historical Society
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX7795.N3 N8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p.
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL207247M
    LC Control Numbera 54006546
    OCLC/WorldCa3026736


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This book is a commentary on Love to the Lost, a pamphlet published by the early Quaker James Nayler in February It explores Nayler’s theology described in this pamphlet, which was written prior to his blasphemy conviction, as similar to that of other early Quakers.

James Ball Naylor has 21 books on Goodreads with 26 ratings. James Ball Naylor’s most popular book is The Sign of the Prophet: A Tale of Tecumseh and Tip.

'Some more particular account I may give from what I have really observed and understood relating to him, his testimony, temptation and restoration.' One of the most important early Quakers, James Nayler remains a controversial figure among Friends today.

This book contains George Whitehead's. Feb 11,  · NAYLER, JAMES (?–), quaker, was born at Ardsley, near Wakefield, West Riding of Yorkshire, about His father, a substantial yeoman, gave him a good English education.

27 Richard Hubberthorne and James Nayler, A short answer to a book called The fanatick history, London (Wing H).

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This type of expression, which had drawn caustic comments from critics, had dropped out of Quaker usage; but it was not peculiar to Nayler and can be found in Fox's writings as well. Jan 09,  · Providence Lost is a book that assails these time-hallowed assumptions with all the vim and elan of a Cromwellian cavalry charge.

Far from being a historical dead end, the English Republic, Paul Lay insists, initiated a period of astonishing energy and ambition — in government, in finance and in the world of ideas; and with consequences that were long to outlast the regime that unleashed 4/5(8).

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The book contains appendices, a glossary, a bibliography, scriptural references, and a subject index. This. Read "John Greenleaf Whittier the Quaker, and: James Nayler: A Fresh Approach (review), Bulletin of Friends' Historical Association" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

Jan 01,  · James Nayler: Gal " I have been crucified with Christ; and it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me;" InQuaker James Nayler, one of the most influential and beloved of the first group of Quaker ministers, entered the town of Bristol on horseback as chanting people spread their scarves upon the ground.

George Whitehead has 37 books on Goodreads with 12 ratings. George Whitehead’s most popular book is James Nayler, The Quaker Jesus: An Impartial Relation. Apr 04,  · In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content. THE TRIAL OF JAMES NAYLER AND RELIGIOUS TOLERATION IN ENGLAND William G.

Bittle* W. Jordan's landmark opus The Development of Religious Toleration in England'1 examines in considerable detail the trial of the Quaker James Nayler. Damrosch's book is a revisionist account of the entry of James Nayler into Bristol, in which he decisively rejects the accusations of messianic delusion and the assertions of exceptionalism.

Instead, he offers an account in which an increasingly conservative regime, while recognizing the symbolism of Nayler's actions, used it to comprehensively Author: Sejin.

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Guppy, James le Nayler (Yorkshire). A one John le Naylere was recorded in Northumberland in AD. The Placita de Quo Warranto lists one John le. Apr 04,  · Book Reviews Edited by Edwin B. Bronner James Nayler The Quaker Indicted by Parliament. By William G.

Bittle. York, England: William Sessions Ltd. in association with Friends United Press, Richmond, Indiana, USA, viii, pp. Illus., index. $ Professor Bittle has written a new and scholarly work on the life of James Nayler.

NAYLER, DOUGLAS JAMES Passed away peacefully at his home in Peterborough on Wednesday, October 30, at age Doug Nayler, originally from Toronto, was the son of. Oct 12,  · "Nayler, James," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., ) " James Naylor, the Quaker " in Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents and Strange Events, (pp) Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.

James Nayler (), a leader of early Quakers who rivaled George Fox in importance, lost the approbation of Friends after he rode into Bristol in surrounded by a few followers chanting "Holy, Holy" in clear imitation of Jesus triumphant entry into Jerusalem.

May 22,  · James Nayler: Revolutionary to Prophet (review) James Nayler: Revolutionary to Prophet (review) Barbour, Hugh. BOOK REVIEWS Jackson's argument is "spot-on," and what it lacks in stylistic grace and lyricism, it more than makes up for in careful research and wide-sweeping thoroughness, placing Benezet's intellectual development in the context of contemporary.

Jan 01,  · He regretted, on a personal and procedural level, the Commons’ retrospective judgment of James Nayler, a priapic, lank haired Quaker with messianic pretensions, who.

In October James Nayler, a prominent Quaker leader, rode into Bristol surrounded by followers singing hosannas in deliberate imitation of Jesus' entry into Jerusalem. In Leo Damrosch's trenchant reading this incident and the extraordinary outrage it ignited shed new light on Cromwell's England and on religious thought and spirituality in a turbulent period.

BOOK REVIEWS prelude to revolution are the subjects of Chapter 4 after which Chapters 5 and 6 are devoted to the civil wars () and Nayler's part in them; included is his role as.

Jan 05,  · A Crown of Meekness Richard Foster joins us to introduce a piece by 17th century Quaker James Nayler. As he lay dying in a Friend’s home after a brutal act of robbery and assault, he spoke only words of humility, love, and rejoicing.

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Parliament tried Nayler for blasphemy and sentenced him to be whipped, branded, and have a hole bored through his tongue Author: J. William Frost. Kempis, became the most widely-read devotional book in Western Christianity. So the highest form of spirituality, the Imitation of Christ, complete obedience to and identification with Christ, became the goal of the most devout.

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Dec 01,  · William Bittle’s James Nayler: The Quaker Indicted by Parliament is also good, though less perceptive of Nayler’s thought.

Vera Massey’s The Clouded Quaker Star is a brief, popular biography that focuses more on Nayler’s personality than the other more scholarly books. When you read James Nayler, look for his letters, and for the tracts. Sep 22,  · The Nayler incident was one among several that worried both Puritans and Quakers, then and now.

Among its many virtues, The Sorrows of the Quaker Jesus is a fine historiographic study of the affair and how the event's meaning has changed over time, For contemporary Quaker scholars, the event had an embarrassing quality to it. Apr 01,  · Healing has been an activity of Friends from the very beginning.

George Fox, James Nayler, Elizabeth Hooton, Mary Penington, and other members of the Valiant Sixty were healers, but records of their healing work were suppressed out of fear of persecution: Friends did not wish anyone to think they were drawing upon or claiming occult powers.This is a beta version of NNDB: Search.

forReligion.Early Quakers were bold and prophetic in the biblical tradition. "James Nayler: Revolutionary to Prophet" presents for the first time, a full account of Nayler's life. "Compared with recent books on Nayler, this is more accessible to the general reader than Damrosch's, more scholarly than Massey, and more comprehensive than Bittle."--Rosemary.