Barclay, Robert, 1672-1747
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Overview Robert Barclay (1648-1690) was a Scottish Quaker and arguably the most influential theologian in the history of the Religious Society of Friends. This small collection consists of manuscript documents by or about Robert Barclay and his works, written during his lifetime.
Dates: 1678 - 1704
The Quakers notion of the Divin light felt in a true light... and Remarks on Thomas Bennet's Confutation of Quakerism, 1704
Identifier: SAFE 1004
Scope and Contents Three separate manuscripts concerning theological issues confronting early Quakers, bound into a single volume. Includes: A letter to a friend concerning the Quaker notion of Divine Light; An Appendix, Being Some Remarks upon Thomas Bennet's Confutation of Quakerism; The first Proposition, concerning the true foundation of knowledge.