Quaker Bible Index
A comprehensive Scripture index to early Quaker
compiled by Esther Greenleaf Mürer, Central Philadelphia Monthly
The Quaker Bible Index aims to provide a tool by which scholars, religious educators
and anyone wishing to learn more about Quakerism's biblical roots can identify Bible
texts of importance to Quaker thought and locate representative uses of them in the
works of Fox, Barclay, Penn, Woolman and others.
- FAQs about the index in its present form:
- What is the Quaker Bible Index?
- How is it published?
- How can I get it and what does it cost?
- What is the scope, and how is it arranged?
- What works are included?
- How exhaustive is it?
- What about subject indexes?
- Is there any material discussing early Friends' use
- Will there be an expanded
- Supplements to QBI on this site:
- Wilt Thou Go on My Errand?: Journals of three 18th-Century Quaker
Women Ministers: Susanna Morris, 1682-1755; Elizabeth Hudson, 1722-1783; Ann
Moore, 1710-1783. Edited by Margaret Hope Bacon. Wallingford PA, Pendle
index over four times the length of the one in the book
- List of biblical
and allusions by page and line
- New edition of QBI in the making: An invitation and a
- I would very much like to hear from users of the current version of QBI about
what parts of it you find most useful, how you use it, what problems you have, and how
it could be improved.
- This site will make it easier to correct errors and add references I missed, so
please send me corrections and additions!
- I would also be interested in hearing about projects in which you have used the
QBI. If you would like to tell about them here--or perhaps even post them--please email me!
This site maintained by Esther
Last updated June 6, 1998
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