|Statement||by Samuel D. Clark.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii , 458 p.|
|Number of Pages||458|
|LC Control Number||50-4877|
The great awakening in Nova Scotia, --The great revival in the maritime provinces, --The great revival in Canada, --The break with American sectarianism. --Conflict of church and sect, --New frontiers and new sects, --Rise of the territorial church, --The great revival of the city, --Church and sect in the modern . The great awakening in Nova Scotia, --The great revival in the Maritime Provinces, --The great revival in Canada, --The break with American sectarianism, --Conflict of church and sect, --New frontiers and new sects, --Rise of the territorial church, --The great revival of the city, --Church and sect in the modern . OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the original edition. "The present study is intended to supplement the author's Social development of Canada (Toronto, )"--Preface. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
William E. Mann in his book "Sect, Cult and Church in Alberta" distinguishes between the conservative movements dedicated to the restoration of New Testament "Church and Sect in Canada", has been. 3 a basic source and an inspiration for most of the writers on church and sect. His. Four sects had established themselves in the area by the Salvation Army, the German Baptist Church of North America, the Mennonites, and the Evangelical Swedish Mission Covenant of America. The Salvation Army was the first sect to arrive, getting its start among pioneers from eastern Canada. It began work. Now quite old (from ) but still clear and to the point. This book explains the basics of how the ordinary law of the land in Canada (Federal and Provincial) affects churches and other religious entities. For those with legal training Margaret (M. H.) Ogilvie's book 5/5(2). OTTAWA, Ontario – (CANADIAN CHRISTIAN NEWS SERVICE) – Word Alive Press is pleased to announce the release of its newest title in the Great Canadian Author series, UNDER SIEGE: Religious Freedom and the Church in Canada at (). In his first book, author Don Hutchinson draws on over three decades of church leadership, constitutional law.
It was a Christian religious sect referred to by outsiders as “Two By Twos” or the “no name church,” but we all referred to it as “meeting” or “The Truth”. When people asked me the name of the church I went to when I was a child I would say that my church didn’t have a name, we just met in homes. Polygyny in Bountiful, British Columbia (BC): Most of the area in and around Bountiful, BC is populated by members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (FLDS). This is a satellite community of the main FLDS organization which is centered in Arizona, Texas and Utah. The church was founded in in Ireland by William Irvine, an evangelist with the interdenominational Faith Mission. Irvine began independently preaching a return to the method of itinerant ministry he claimed was set forth in Matthew Classification: Protestant, Anti-Trinitarian. Bountiful is a settlement in the Creston Valley of southeastern British Columbia, Canada, near Cranbrook and Creston. The closest community is Lister, British Columbia. Bountiful is made up of members of two polygamist Mormon fundamentalist groups. The settlement is named after Bountiful in the Book of y: Canada.