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  • Church Universal and Triumphant: Shelter, succession and schism.
    Palmer, Susan J., and Michael Abravanel (2009)
    In James R. Lewis and Sarah M. Lewis (eds.) Sacred Schisms. How Religions Divide. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 171-195.

    The Church Universal and Triumphant was formed by schism from Theosophy. While it had a smooth transition from its own founder to his wife, she prepared no successor &, when she retired because of Alzheimer's disease, many schisms followed.

    Associated Search Terms: Church Universal and Triumphant; Schism
  • How the Problem of Malfeasance Gets Overlooked in Studies of New Religions: An Examination of the AWARE Study of the Church Universal and Triumphant.
    Balch, Robert W., and Stephen Langdon (1998)
    In Anson Shupe (ed.), Wolves within the Fold. Religious Leadership and Abuses of Power. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Ruters University Press, pp. 191-211.

    Describes an uncritical interdisciplinary study of a new religion

    Associated Search Terms: Church Universal and Triumphant; Sociology of religion; New religions
  • Church Universal and Triumphant: A demographic profile.
    Jones, Constance A. (1994)
    In James R. Lewis and J. Gordon Melton (eds.) Church Universal and Triumphant in Scholarly Perspective. Stanford, California: Center for Academic Publication, pp. 39-53.

    Associated Search Terms: Church Universal and Triumphant; Demography
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