2 edition of Shaker theology found in the catalog.
|Contributions||MacLean, J. P. 1848-1939, former owner., Shaker Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||BX9778.C4 F737 1850|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. ;|
|LC Control Number||99478134|
Edward Borges-Silva. I’ve always found Shaker “theology” to be odd to some degree. Enforced celibacy was guaranteed to be a non-starter, at least in terms of developing a strong, vibrant. Book Reviews for The Westminster Theological Journal. Publishing book reviews is an important aspect of the journal's editorial vision. Peer reviews of academic and theological books inform our consitituencies of the contents and worthiness of books in our fields of study.
Founder of a Black Shaker Community. Little is known of the early life of Rebecca Cox Jackson (), a free black woman who became an elder in the Shaker religion, which was founded by Mother Ann Lee just before the Revolutionary War. At age 35 Jackson underwent a religious conversion during a thunderstorm, after which she became an itinerant preacher and established a black Shaker. The Shaker Experience in America Book Description: The Shakers, once a radical religious sect whose members were despised and harassed by their fellow Americans, have in recent years become celebrated-and sentimentalized-for their communal way of life, the simplicity of their worship, their belief in celibacy, pacifism, and equality of the.
The Shaker design philosophy is one of prioritization: their main priority is to be necessary and useful. Then, once that has been achieved, make something beautiful. To me this is a great way to explain design, without sacrificing beauty or expression of the designer. Shaker-made furnishings are beautiful, functional and unostentatious. Shaker inventions include the circular saw, the clothespin, the modern broom, and many other items we still use today. Conclusion: Theologically, the Shakers are a legalistic cult developed by a deceived, emotionally wounded woman.
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Testimonies title page. Click to enlarge. Shaker religion began with the early Believers in England who converted to this new Protestant Christian sect from several other religious traditions and groups, including the Quakers, the Methodists, and a charismatic, mystical. The United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, more commonly known as the Shakers, is a millenarian nontrinitarian restorationist Christian sect founded circa in England and then organized in the United States in the s.
They were initially known as "Shaking Quakers " because of their ecstatic behavior during worship. "The Shakers: Two Centuries of Spiritual Reflection" is an excellent effort at understanding Shaker beliefs. The book, from its introduction by Gertrude M. Soule, flows very well and gives good detail of the key aspects of Shaker life throughout the nineteenth century/5(4).
Discover the best Shake Christianity in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. The Shakers is a documentary film directed by Tom Davenport and produced by Davenport and Frank DeCola.
It studies the last dozen remaining Shakers in their communities, focusing on their daily Shaker theology book, music, and spirituality, as well as containing Shaker history and interviews with Shakers. It received positive reviews from critics, and won a Blue Ribbon at the American Film FestivalDirected by: Tom Davenport.
Shaker sermons: scripto-rational. Containing the substance of Shaker theology. Together with replies and criticisms logically and clearly set forth. (Shakers, N.Y.: The Shaker Manifesto, ), by H.
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"The Shakers: Two Centuries of Spiritual Reflection" is an excellent effort at understanding Shaker beliefs.
The book, from its introduction by Gertrude M. Soule, flows very well and gives good detail of the key aspects of Shaker life throughout the nineteenth century/5(2).
SHAKER THEOLOGY & RELIGIOUS PRACTICE. The full and proper name of the Shaker Church is the United Society of Believers in. Christ’s Second Appearing. They are a Christian Millennialist group. Their worship. services consist of singing, dancing, and personal testimonies.
There are no ministers in. a Shaker service, and there is no central. Without music. "Evidently published without a title page and bound up from sheets in the printing office with no attempt of regularity. It is evidently the work of Richard McNe[m]ar, and was probably printed at Westervelt [i.e.
Watervliet] Ohio, about " -- Typescript mounted on 1st leaf in LC copy. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Improbably enough, Christian theology came to identify these two as the same God; this may be the single most remarkable thing to have happened in Western intellectual history.” ― William C Placher, A History of Christian Theology, Second Edition: An Introduction.
This engrossing book is the first general history of the Shakers from their origins in eighteenth-century England to the present day.
Drawing on written and oral testimony by Shakers over the past two centuries, Stephen J. Stein offers a full and often revisionist account of the movement: the powerful charismatic leaders, the years of maturation and growth before the Civil War, the subsequent Brand: Yale University Press.
The Shaking religion; Quakers, or Shakers, led by Mother Ann Lee, established one of the most successful insular religious communities of the nineteenth century. The Shakers have several "official.
Shaker Sermons | This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. This venture, titled Millennial Praises, included the texts without music for one hundred and forty hymns and elucidated the radical and feminist theology of the Shakers, neatly distilled in verse.
This scholarly edition of the hymnal joins the texts to original Shaker tunes for the first : Christian Goodwillie, Jane F. Crosthwaite, Daniel W. Patterson. A Summary View of the Millennial Church or the United Society of Believers Commonly Called Shakers comprising the Rise, Progress and Practical Order of the Society together with the General Principles of Their Faith and Testimony Containing excerpts from the 2nd Edition, of almost pages as printed by the Shakers; — the book contained particular information concerning the United.
Get this from a library. Life in the Christ spirit: observations on Shaker theology, being in substance remarks delivered at the Shaker Conference, Hancock, Massachusetts, September 7, [Theodore E.
Inspiration, Revelation, and Scripture: The Story of a Shaker Bible STEPHEN J. STEIN FOR MORE than two hundred years the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, a religious commu-nity commonly known as the Shakers, has been involved with publishing.
In 'the first printed statement of Shaker. Full text of "Shaker sermons: scripto-rational, containing the substance of Shaker theology." See other formats.
His survey is a very good one, tracing the evolution of early Shaker hymnody and the publication of Millennial Praises, with ample quotes from original Shaker sources.
Jane F. Crosthwaite is a professor of religion at Mount Holyoke College. She subtitled her essay: "The Elaboration of. Rare Theological & Philosophical Books, High Point, North Carolina.
likes 2 talking about this. I offer rare and interesting public domain books on diskFollowers: This early work is a fascinating read for amateur and professional antiquarians, thoroughly recommended for use as a reference on shaker furniture. Forty-seven full page plates with descriptions follow a lengthy introduction on all aspects of Shaker craftsmanship.
Contents Include: Preface; Brand: Read Books.3. Stein, The Shaker Experience, 23– 4. Green and Wells, Summary View, 5.
Watson Andrews, “Communism,” Shaker (): 6. Dunlavy, The Manifesto, For a discussion of Dunlavy’s work as a re-sponse to Reformed theology and as a major step in the systematization of Shaker theology, see Stein, The Shaker Experience, 74 Cited by: 6.