Essay heading: Margaret Fell Fox

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Fell Fox followed her husband's desire for hospitality. In June 1652, George Fox came to Swarthmoor while Fell was away on a circuit. (Fox was later credited with being the founder of the Quakers.) When Fell returned home, Fell Fox and their nine children were no longer attending their community Anglican Church...
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Instead, Fell Fox had deeply involved her family and herself in the "Principle and Persuasion" that was introduced to her through Fox. We have later learned that the moment Fell Fox met Fox, she changed her religious alliance. According to a analysis of Fell Fox's works, her conversion from the Anglican Church to Quakerism revealed "none of the traditional Puritan obsession with self-doubt and self-introspection, while going through a gradual faith-awakening process...
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