The Theosophical Transactions of the Philadelphians (No. 3)

The third volume of the Philadelphian’s Theosophical¬† The movement faces its first criticisms ¬†Transactions reveals that the enthusiasm present in the first and second volumes was on the decline. It starts with a condemnation of an attack on the Philadelphian Society, published as The principles of a people stiling themselves Philadelphians (1697). The book was written by the exiled French Huguenot Daniel Lafite, who had been ordained as an Anglican deacon and priest in 1687.…

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