Sympathy for the oppressed of his day primarily theNative Americans and African slaves This book gave me a desire to learn about Woolman while getting aclear sense of what motivated and drove
Iplines Resources That Nurtered resources that nurtered empathy with the stranger and empowered him to engage the world as a witness on behalf of the disenfranchised Includes a group discussion gui.hi. iplines
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some good insights into uaker thinking This short book gives an excellent introduction to Woolman an 18th century uakergood insights into uaker thinking This short book gives an excellent introduction to John Woolman an 18th century
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This By Uietly And Persistentlyby uietly persistently his concerns to indivual slave owners and living alife of near. Tter example than eighteenth century uaker John Woolman Birkel writes of the profound impact Woolman has had on his own life He invites readers to become acuainted with the spiritual disc.