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Patterns of sectarianism: organisation and ideology in social and religious movements, edited by Bryan R. Wilson.

By: Wilson, Bryan R.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Heinemann books on sociology: Publisher: London, Heinemann, 1967Description: vii, 416 p. tables. 23 cm.Subject(s): SectsDDC classification: 280
Contents:
British Israelism: the ideological restraints on sect organisation / John Wilson. -- The Humanist societies: the consequences of a diffuse belief system / Susan Budd.
Introduction / B.R. Wilson. -- An analysis of sect development / B.R. Wilson. -- The Salvation Army:the persistence of sectarianism / Roland Roberston. -- Organisation and change in a british holiness movement / T. Rennie Warburton. -- The Pentecostalist minister: role conflicts and contradictions of status / B.R. Wilson. -- From sect to denomination among English Quakers / Elizabeth Isichei. -- Organisation and power in the society of friends, 1852-59 / Elizabeth Isichei. -- The early development of the Plymouth Brethren / Peter L. Embley. -- The churches of God: pattern and practice / Gordon Willis and B.R. Wilson. -- The exclusive brethren: a case study in the evolution of a sectarian ideology / B.R. Wilson.
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Bibliographical footnotes.

British Israelism: the ideological restraints on sect organisation / John Wilson. -- The Humanist societies: the consequences of a diffuse belief system / Susan Budd.

Introduction / B.R. Wilson. -- An analysis of sect development / B.R. Wilson. -- The Salvation Army:the persistence of sectarianism / Roland Roberston. -- Organisation and change in a british holiness movement / T. Rennie Warburton. -- The Pentecostalist minister: role conflicts and contradictions of status / B.R. Wilson. -- From sect to denomination among English Quakers / Elizabeth Isichei. -- Organisation and power in the society of friends, 1852-59 / Elizabeth Isichei. -- The early development of the Plymouth Brethren / Peter L. Embley. -- The churches of God: pattern and practice / Gordon Willis and B.R. Wilson. -- The exclusive brethren: a case study in the evolution of a sectarian ideology / B.R. Wilson.

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