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Hurnard was born in 1905 in Colchester, England to Quaker parents. She graduated from Ridgelands Bible College of Great Britain in 1926. In 1932 she became an independent missionary, moving to Haifa, Israel. Her work in Israel lasted 50 years, although she would later maintain a home in England as well.
Hurnard's early writings (especially Hinds' Feet on High Places and the sequel Mountain of Spices) were embraced by the mainstream Christian community, but later on in her life she seems to have departed from orthodoxy.
Eagles' Wings to the Higher Places has been said to support non-orthodox beliefs in pantheism, universalism, and gnosticism. Unveiled Glory tells of how she came to believe in Universal reconciliation.
- Hinds' Feet on High Places
- Mountains of Spices
- God's Transmitters
- Hearing Heart
- Fruitarianism: Compassionate Way To Transform Health
- Garden Of The Lord
- Kingdom of Love
- Wayfarer in the Land
- Winged Life
- Walking Among the Unseen
- Eagles' Wings to the Higher Places
- Watchmen on the Walls
- Steps to the Kingdom
- Thou Shalt Remember: Lessons of a Lifetime
- The Unveiled Glory
- The Way of Healing
- The Inner Man
- The Opened Understanding
- The Heavenly Powers
- The Mystery of Suffering
- The Secrets of the Kingdom