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Hugh Ross was born in 1917 of a Quaker family through which he can be regarded as a step-son of George Fox in the eighth generation.

Hugh Ross was born in 1917 of a Quaker family through which he can be regarded as a step-son of George Fox in the eighth generation. As part of his own spiritual development he studied the writings of George Fox for a period of five years. During that time he saw Fox as a spiritual giant and had the experience of only coming up to his knees. He holds a Master's degree from Cambridge University in . is a Fellow of his Professional Institution, and in his employment was a pioneer of the computing revolution. Book Details & Sources.

George Fox was born in the strongly Puritan village of Drayton-in-the-Clay, Leicestershire, England (now known as Fenny Drayton) . George Fox: A Christian Mystic. Cathair na Mart: Evertype.

George Fox was born in the strongly Puritan village of Drayton-in-the-Clay, Leicestershire, England (now known as Fenny Drayton), 15 miles (24 km) west-south-west of Leicester. He was the eldest of four children of Christopher Fox, a successful weaver, called "Righteous Christer" by his neighbours, and his wife, Mary née Lago.

George Fox - a Christian Mystic. Hugh McGregor Ross made an intensive study of these documents in the majestic Quaker Library in London. A mystic is one who has had the experience that the divine Ultimate and the essence of the individual Self are fundamentally one and the same.

George Fox: A Christian Mystic. He there identified that Fox’s record of his spiritual awakening, which involved what in the seventeenth century was regarded as a blasphemy, had been tampered with. Here it is restored to its original form.

Hugh McGregor Ross, 88 years of age when the photo was taken in. .

Hugh McGregor Ross, 88 years of age when the photo was taken in January 2006, with a copy of the 1987 Draft Proposal for ISO/IEC 10646. 1917-08-31)31 August 1917. Nairobi, British East Africa Books by Hugh McGregor Ross. Hugh McGregor, Ross; and Colleagues (2012), Pegasus: The Early Seminal Computer, Authors Online Ltd, ISBN 978-0755214822. George Fox Speaks for Himself: Texts that reveal his personality-many hitherto unpublished. York: William Sessions, 1991.

Livres par Hugh McGregor Ross. York: William Sessions, 1991, (ISBN 1-85072-081-9). Говорит сам Джордж Фокс: тексты, раскрывающие его личнотсь (многие публикыуются впервые). Отобрано, отредактировано и представлено Хью Мак-Грегором Россом.

Books by Hugh McGregor Ross. Говорит сам Джордж Фокс: тексты, раскрывающие его личнотсь (многие публикуются впервые). The Gospel of Thomas: newly presented to bring out the meaning, with introductions paraphrases and notes. Colchester: The Millrind Press, 1997.

Hugh McGregor Ross made an intensive study of these documents in the majestic Quaker Library in London. He there identified that Fox s record of his spiritual awakening, which involved what in the seventeenth century was regarded as a blasphemy, had been tampered with.

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"A mystic is one who has had the experience that the divine Ultimate and the essence of the individual Self are fundamentally one and the same." In his maturity George Fox dictated a vivid account of his profound mystical experience, which transformed him from an unhappy questing youth into a charismatic spiritual giant. Unlike some other mystics he resolved to share his experience with others. This became his life’s work, and resulted in establishing the community known today as the Religious Society of Friends or Quakers. He did this by travelling widely, addressing crowds, and by an amazing output of documents. Hugh McGregor Ross made an intensive study of these documents in the majestic Quaker Library in London. He there identified that Fox’s record of his spiritual awakening, which involved what in the seventeenth century was regarded as a blasphemy, had been tampered with. Here it is restored to its original form. It is followed by a great number of the documents Fox created to guide and support his followers, all given in his own words but edited sensitively for the modern reader. This is a unique record of the awakening of a mystic in the Christian tradition, and of living out that experience in his way of life.
George Fox: A Christian Mystic download epub
Humanities
Author: Hugh McGregor Ross,George Fox
ISBN: 1904808174
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Evertype; 2nd Revised ed. edition (November 1, 2008)
Pages: 220 pages