; because of the teachings that God is known only through the prayer of inwardsilence when all human thought and feeling is quieted. Quietism and Molinos, arestill condemned to this day as heretical by the Roman sect. Beyond humanunderstanding, the same sect defends the Inquisition that murdered Molinos,standing behind a verdict from a confession obtained under torture; neverquestioning the monstrosity of the most corrupt body in history to use the name of Christian. Let the verses below be sufficient conviction of their perfidy and unjustopposition to the soul's simple subjection to our Lord.
This publication is excellent for building hope and for comfort in understandingthe meditation process of silent prayer. These writings speak of
purity and theKingdom of Heaven within us, and focus on the individual'smeditations.
We have edited them where appropriate. You may have noticed,there is little written by George Fox on the meditation process. In addition to theirat home meditations, the early Quakers waited on the Lord together, if not a word was spoken between themselves. Fox has little written on any individualmeditation, rather his writings focused on the group meetings. SeeMeeting Formatsfor more information on how they met.I
caution the reader not to rely on these writings for a description of