Bevan, Joseph Gurney
Bevan, Joseph Gurney one of the ablest writers of the Society of Friends. He is the author of a number of theological works, among which the following are the most important:
1. A Refutation of some of the most modern Misrepresentations of the Society of Friends, commonly called Quakers, with a Life of James Nayler (Lond. 1800): —
2. The Life of the Apostle Paul (Lond. 1807). The latter work is highly recommended in Horne's Introduction, and the geographical notes are said to stamp a real value on the book.