Lucretia Mott Speaking (Pendle Hill Pamphlets)
Lucretia Mott Margaret Hope Bacon
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Jul 09, 2020 - 03:51 AM By Lucretia Mott Margaret Hope Bacon

Lucretia Mott is remembered today as an abolitionist and a pioneer of the woman s rights movement Less well known, but perhaps in the long run important, was her role as a nineteenth century Quaker minister, blessed with a deep spiritual insight, and a keen analytic mind More perhaps than any other single nineteenth century Friend, she preached a social gospel, urgiLucretia Mott is remembered today as an abolitionist and a pioneer of the woman s rights movement Less well known, but perhaps in the long run important, was her role as a nineteenth century Quaker minister, blessed with a deep spiritual insight, and a keen analytic mind More perhaps than any other single nineteenth century Friend, she preached a social gospel, urging Friends into positive action in the peace movement and other humanitarian concerns as well as against racial and sexual discrimination Many Quakers today who believe in translating beliefs into action have been touched, perhaps unknowingly, by her lengthening shadow.
  • Title: Lucretia Mott Speaking (Pendle Hill Pamphlets)
  • Author: Lucretia Mott Margaret Hope Bacon
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  • Page: 304
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Lucretia Mott Speaking (Pendle Hill Pamphlets) By Lucretia Mott Margaret Hope Bacon Lucretia Mott is remembered today as an abolitionist and a pioneer of the woman s rights movement Less well known, but perhaps in the long run important, was her role as a nineteenth century Quaker minister, blessed with a deep spiritual insight, and a keen analytic mind More perhaps than any other single nineteenth century Friend, she preached a social gospel, urgiLucretia Mott is remembered today as an abolitionist and a pioneer of the woman s rights movement Less well known, but perhaps in the long run important, was her role as a nineteenth century Quaker minister, blessed with a deep spiritual insight, and a keen analytic mind More perhaps than any other single nineteenth century Friend, she preached a social gospel, urging Friends into positive action in the peace movement and other humanitarian concerns as well as against racial and sexual discrimination Many Quakers today who believe in translating beliefs into action have been touched, perhaps unknowingly, by her lengthening shadow.

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