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  • Storming Zion. Government Raids on Religious Communities.
    Wright, Stuart A., and Susan J. Palmer (2016)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Overview of government raids on religious minorities. An increase in raids in the 1990s was related to a shift of the anti-cult movement from brain washing accusations to child abuse ones. 6 case studies.

    Associated Search Terms: Case study; Nuwaubian; Violence; The Family; State; Social movement; Scientology; Twelve Tribes; Persecution; Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; Child abuse; Branch Davidian; Brainwashing; Apostate; Anti-cult movement; Conflict theory; Moral panic
  • The Twelve Tribes: Preparing the bride for Yahshua's return.
    Palmer, Susan J. (2010)
    Nova Religio 13: 59-80.

    Associated Search Terms: Twelve Tribes; Millenarian
  • Peace, persecution, and preparations for Yahshua's return: The case of the Messianic Communities "Twelve Tribes."
    Palmer, Susan J. (2001)
    In Stephen Hunt (ed.) Christian Millenarianism: From the Early Church to Waco. Lodon; Hurst, pp. 59-80.

    Associated Search Terms: Millenarian; Twelve Tribes; Persecution
  • The Social Origins of Islam: Mind, Economy, Discourse
    Bamyeh, Mohammed A. (1999)
    Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

    Analyzes historical data from ancient literature & histories, beginning with pre-Islamic materials.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam; Intellectuals; Tribe; Prophet; Time; Economic; Historical; Sociology of knowledge
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