Excerpt from George Fox No Precursor of the Salvation Army, So-Called (Formerly the "Christian Mission"), And That Sect No Quakers: Its Foundation Tried and Discovered to Be on the Sand; With a Lamentation and Warning to All "Friends"; In Answer to G. R. 'S Official Pamphlet "George Fox and His Salvation Army 200 Years Ago," or "Life" Of G. F
As a matter of fact, nothing is further from the truth. In Spirit they are diametrically opposite; while in the letter, the few things they apparently resemble Quakers in, are superficial and unreal. They would climb to Heaven other ways than Quaker ways, and if Quakers are right they must be wrong.
I rejoice my Friend Chas. A. Fox, of Crich, in Derbyshire, has felt a concern to examine their pretences to Quakerism, which he does so ably and fully in the pages following, and which I also feel a concern to circulate.
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