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Ellis Hein
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  • Casper, WY
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Ellis Hein commented on Brenda Redshaw's blog post John Wesley and the Holiness Movement.
"Here are two conundrums that you have proposed in your comment. Conundrum (a): Consider again the two statements in question 1. ″Then the Lord let me see why there was none upon the earth that could speak to my condition, namely, that I might…"
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Wykus Louw left a comment for Ellis Hein
"Hi Ellis. Thank you for the welcome. I live in Johannesburg South Africa and am a Friend by convincement. I guess I can say I identify with the conservative or plain Friends, of whom there are but few. My desire is to follow Jesus, the Light of the…"
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Ellis Hein left a comment for Wykus Louw
"Hello Wykus Louw, welcome to our website. Tell us something about yourself and your situation in South Africa. Please do not hesitate to contact either Allistair or me if you have questions about our website."
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Ellis Hein commented on Brenda Redshaw's blog post John Wesley and the Holiness Movement.
"Fox dictated the whole of his Journal in the later years of his life. His judgment was just as sound concerning his early years as it was concerning his later years. If one is not to believe Fox’s assessment of his condition during his time of…"
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Ellis Hein commented on Brenda Redshaw's blog post John Wesley and the Holiness Movement.
"How far from the original must an ″oral tradition″ become before it can no longer be attributed to Fox? Now, concerning the rest of what you write. Here, again, you are distorting what Fox had to say. He does not say that at eleven he…"
1stMo 15
Ellis Hein commented on Brenda Redshaw's blog post John Wesley and the Holiness Movement.
"The quote from Holiness and High Country is neither in the style of nor the language of Fox. Neither does it use Fox's terminology. I can't see it originating with him. If one reads the early pages of Vol. 1 of Fox's works, from page…"
1stMo 14
Ellis Hein commented on Brenda Redshaw's blog post John Wesley and the Holiness Movement.
"This quote from Holiness and high Country, p. 180 is not from George Fox, even though the author ascribes it to him. I suggest you check sources before you believe such things. These last two comments of yours are prime examples of trying to impose…"
1stMo 12
Ellis Hein commented on Brenda Redshaw's blog post John Wesley and the Holiness Movement.
"Brenda, the point of the discussion is whether or not one can be transformed by some other means than by hearing and following the voice of Christ. I bring you back to your statement: "Fox is speaking of three states that he believers can reach…"
1stMo 9
Ellis Hein commented on Brenda Redshaw's blog post John Wesley and the Holiness Movement.
"The epistle from Fox: ‘ALL my dear friends in the noble seed of God, who have known hispower, life, and presence among you, let it be your joy to hear or seethe springs of life break forth in any; through which ye have all unityin the same,…"
1stMo 9
Ellis Hein commented on Brenda Redshaw's blog post John Wesley and the Holiness Movement.
"You can't divorce the cross of Christ, the power of God, from faithfully hearing and obeying his voice, which is what believing in the light and becoming children of the light is all about. You need to consider the whole of the text and not…"
1stMo 9
Ellis Hein commented on Brenda Redshaw's blog post John Wesley and the Holiness Movement.
"The transformation that brings one to sit down in Christ that never fell is hearing and following Christ the light, the life, the truth... There is no other transforming power."
1stMo 8
Ellis Hein commented on Brenda Redshaw's blog post John Wesley and the Holiness Movement.
"Lewis never said he lived in a state of sin. This is not a discussion that is edifying to anyone and it will not continue. "
1stMo 8
Ellis Hein commented on Brenda Redshaw's blog post John Wesley and the Holiness Movement.
"Brenda, you will get no further this time than last by attacking the work of Lewis Benson. I advise you to drop it or find some other forum. Your previous comments and posts vanished  when you removed yourself from this site in 2012. What I am…"
1stMo 8
Brenda Redshaw commented on Ellis Hein's blog post A Short History of a Long Travel from Babylon to Bethel
"Thanks for that Ellis I really liked it, just as much as Pilgrims Progress or maybe more as it spoke to me about my own journey more directly. Having false guides rang true before finding the light which got me there was something I identified with…"
1stMo 8
Ellis Hein commented on Brenda Redshaw's blog post John Wesley and the Holiness Movement.
"Brenda, I have a photo copy of the 5 lecture series containing the particular lecture you are trying to listen to. If you would like, I can send you this series of lectures. It is perhaps more readable than the tape is audible. Let me know what you…"
1stMo 7
Ellis Hein commented on Ellis Hein's blog post The Passage from Darkness to Light, from Death to Life
"These are good points, Pat. Thanks for adding them."
12thMo 19, 2017

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The Passage from Darkness to Light, from Death to Life

The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light: they that dwell in the land of the shadow of death, upon them hath the light shined. (Isaiah 9:2)...For unto us a a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. (Isaiah 9:6)
I the LORD have called thee in righteousness, and will hold thine hand,…
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Posted on 12thMo. 16, 2017 at 3:14 — 2 Comments

A Short History of a Long Travel from Babylon to Bethel

I recently stumbled onto a downloadable file of Stephen Crisp's allegory, A Short History of a Long Travel from Babylon to Bethel. Even though the text is not very long, it provides a lot of material for pondering. You can download this work from archive.org. Go to https://archive.org/details/ashorthistoryofa15730gut. If you…

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Posted on 11thMo. 19, 2017 at 20:30 — 1 Comment

A Question of Authority, Part 2

Note: Parts 1 and 2 originally appeared on my blog, under the title of A Question of Authority. Some of this material first appeared as comments on Steven Davison's blog post, …

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Posted on 11thMo. 17, 2017 at 1:00

A Question of Authority, Part 1

Note: Parts 1 and 2 originally appeared on my blog, under the title of A Question of Authority. Some of this material first appeared as comments on Steven Davison's blog post, Scripture--Picking and…

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Posted on 11thMo. 16, 2017 at 4:13

Comment Wall (39 comments)

At 15:23 on 7thMo. 6, 2011, Tom Smith said…

We have been in the Minneapolis area for about a year. My major connection with NFF is that for 3 years we attended Manasquan MM with Lewis Benson. My father was a pastor in Indiana YM (FUM) and a missionary in Jamaica and Kenya. He was a student of Friends history and tried to convey the living Christ 24/7. We moved to NJ after my PhD in Science Ed and became "convinced" "unprogrammed" Friends especially with Lewis and other members there. I have been a member or "active attender" in FGC, FUM, Independent(Beanite), EFCI, and Conservative Meetings.

We are now "retired" near our daughter and her family.

At 12:14 on 7thMo. 7, 2011, Peter Glass said…

Hello Ellis,

I haven't yet met or known about Tom Smith, but am looking forward to perhaps meeting with him.

Thanks for the information!

Peter

At 7:28 on 7thMo. 11, 2011, Stuart Masters said…

Dear Ellis,

 

Thank you for your welcome. Just read your piece on the Lord's Prayer. Appreciated it!

 

Blessings,

 

Stuart.

At 2:34 on 7thMo. 22, 2011, Peter Glass said…

Hello Ellis,

b.t.w I emailed Tom Smith, but haven't received a reply yet. I'll track him down somehow, as he sounds like an interesting contact.

Regards,

Peter

At 17:28 on 7thMo. 22, 2011, Allistair Lomax said…

I'll put it to the other members of the site committee to see what they think?

Paul and Mike, any comments to this suggestion?

At 8:54 on 7thMo. 26, 2011, Kenneth Schroeder said…
Hi Ellis. As I am a bit isolated here in Portugal, and have no meeting to attend, I am always looking for other ways to surround myself with Quakers. Aside from the Bible and my Quaker Reader, the internet  seems to be the best way to do that. I am sure NFF will be a help to me, and I hope to contribute to the mission of NFF as well. Thanks for your interest, and I look forward to communicating with you in the future.
At 14:00 on 9thMo. 3, 2011, Peter Kennedy said…
Greetings from Scotland Ellis.  I have been a Quaker for just over 20 years and am saddened that some British Quakers do not seem to be interested in the words of George Fox and the early Quakers, they see them as being secondary to their Quakerism.  How often do we hear the words of early Friends quoted in ministry?  Fox said that Christ had come to teach his people himself, but we rarely hear his teachings or name in ministry either.
At 19:25 on 9thMo. 4, 2011, Peter Kennedy said…
I've been to one NFF meeting a few years back - in Edinburgh.   I work in Employabilty - supporting those with disabilities, mental health or substance misuse to get or maintain their employment.
At 15:53 on 9thMo. 5, 2011, Stephanie Stuckwisch said…

Hi Ellis,

No, it's not my work. It's the abalone inlay on the peghead of my mountain dulcimer. The luthier is Janita Baker.

Stephanie

At 22:35 on 9thMo. 11, 2011, Stephanie Stuckwisch said…
Sorry, Ellis. It's rosewood. The luthier told my walnut is too soft for an inlay.

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