The Branch Davidians of Waco: The History and Beliefs of an Apocalyptic Sect

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OUP Oxford, 2006 M04 13 - 396 páginas
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What were the beliefs of the Branch Davidians? This is the first full scholarly account of their history. Kenneth G. C. Newport argues that, far from being an act of unfathomable religious insanity, the calamitous fire at Waco in 1993 was the culmination of a long theological and historical tradition that goes back many decades. The Branch Davidians under David Koresh were an eschatologically confident community that had long expected that the American government, whom they identified as the Lamb-like Beast of the book of Revelation, would one day arrive to seek to destroy God's remnant people. The end result, the fire, must be seen in this context.
 

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David Koresh in Popular Perspective
1
the Bible Prophecy Belief and the Seventhday Adventist Church
25
Victor T Houteff the Shepherds Rod and the Davidian Seventhday Adventists
47
the Theology of Victor Houteff and the Davidian Seventhday Adventists
76
Florence Houteff and the End of the World
95
Ben Roden and the Emergence of Branch Davidianism
115
Ben Roden and the Theology of Branch Davidianism
136
Lois Roden Shekinah and the Struggle for Leadership
155
14 An Ultimate Act of Faith? The Cause of the Waco Fire
278
Theology and the Waco Inferno
307
Post1993 Branch Davidianism
325
17 Concluding Observations
341
A Personal View Derek Lovelock
344
Davidian Seventhday Adventists 19612003
354
Deaths at Waco
359
Waco Survivors
363

Vernon Howell and the Branch Davidians 19591985
171
Vernon Howell David Koresh and the Branch Davidians 19861993
191
David Koresh and the Mystery of God
213
the Branch Davidians and the ATF
234
Mt Carmel 28 February19 April 1993
261
Select Bibliography
365
Film Television and Internet Sources
371
Index
373
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Kenneth G. C. Newport is Assistant Vice Chancellor and Professor of Christian Thought, Liverpool Hope University.

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