Waymarks - G. E. MakinsWilliam Sessions, 1987, Paperback.
Condition: Very Good.
From the cover: “Waymarks are the small pointers along the way, which provide us with the reassurance of being on the right path. The author (previously an Art Teacher) looks for such pointers, in attempting to build up a ‘natural’ religion, based, as possible, on direct experiences, rather than the accepted guides from Church and Scripture; his aim is to approach religion through life, and not life through religion. Through the ‘dark wood’, a path must be chosen, so, the Quaker path is selected, finally approaching the Christian faith from the ‘experiential’ way, and not from unthinking acceptance of authority.”