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Why the sects?

A. C. Forrest

Why the sects?

by A. C. Forrest

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Published by Issued by the Commission on the Christian Faith of the United Church of Canada [by] the United Church Pub. House in Toronto .
Written in English

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  • Sects -- Canada.

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    Statementby A.C. Forrest.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination21 p. --
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14687698M

    The simple answer is that there are not exactly 71 sects of Jews, 72 sects of Christians, and 73 sects of Muslims. This is a made up falsehood. But where did it come from? I did some research and found this in the Muslim hadiths. The Jews were div. Each group had their own reasoning for their belief from Quran and hadith. This difference in belief about Caliphet and Imamat is the main base of emergence of two main sects in Islam. Also there are many sub-sects inside each of two main sect of Muslims (i.e. Shia and Sunni). For example Kharijates were a .

    As Abbas mentioned, there aren't really that many extant sub-groups. You have, basically: * Imami / Ithna Asheri / 12 er * Ismaili * Zaydi Are there any others? Some people will fold in Druze and Alawi, but arguably these are separate to the point. Sects that survive for a long time recruit and incorporate the children into the sect like Quakers and Pentecostalists. Stark and Bainbridge Many sects are short lived but they are constantly being replaced with new ones so there is a frequent turnover both in membership and in organisations.

      Intentionally and explicitly, it does not depict the other side: the strictness and reclusiveness of the community, the disputes and the violent quarrels within and between the different sects, the problematic status of women, and the active opposition to Zionism on the part of some of the communities, such as Satmar. Baptist, Why and Why Not English Sects - an historical handbook by Arthur Reynolds Presbyterians - a Popular Narrative of their origin, progress, doctrines, and achievements by George Hays A Study of the Sects by William Lyon The Book of Churches and Sects


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The Seventy-Three Sects. Imām al-Barbahārī (rahimahullāh, died AH) stated: “Know that Allah’s Messenger (salallāhu ‘alaihi wasallam) said: “My ummah will divide into 73 sects, all of them will be in the Fire except for one ” This narration is authentic when its. Apologetics Index: research resources on cults, sects, and related issues.

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The Prophet. In history, religious sects have been at the center of new movements and radical changes. One early example was the Nazarenes, a group made up of Jesus' followers after his death.

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The dynamics of sects and cults The dynamics of sects and cults is concerned with how and why they may change overtime. Some suggest that sects tend to be short-lived, as they will, over time, either turn into denominations or disappear altogether.

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Re: Why there will be 73 sects in Islam. I just came across this in the footnotes to the book "Sharh us Sunnah" by Imam Barbahaaree by Al-Hidaayah Publishers: Abdullah ibn al-Mubarak said: "The roots of the seventy-two innovated sects are four sects, and from these four the seventy-two sects spread.".

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Muslims should be united. In the early days of Islam, when some of them saw that the People of the Book prostrated to their bishops and patriarchs, they thought that the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) was more deserving of that, out of.

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The book surveys the diversity of religion, mostly of historical and contemporary Christian sects and movements but with significant inclusions.