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When the Bombs Drop
|Author||Robert W. Balch|
Title of item
| When the Bombs Drop|
Subtitle of item
| Reactions to Disconfirmed Prophecy in a Millennial Sect|
|Parent publication || Sociological Perspectives|
Publisher of this ed.
|University of California Press|
|Date of this edition|| 1983-04|
|Permission|| Fair use (see notes on copyright)|
|Posted|| 2012-10-12 by Jonah Winters|
|Classified in|| Published Articles|
|Abstract|| An academic article about the prophetic expectations of a covenant-breaker group, Baha’is Under the Provisions of the Covenant, who claimed the world would end on April 29, 1980.|
|Notes|| See also a follow-up article, Fifteen Years of Failed Prophecy: Coping with cognitive dissonance in a Baha’i sect.|
The "Baha'i sect" discussed in this article is not affiliated with the Baha'i Faith, follows a different set of writings, and has been sued by the legal trademark holders for illegitimate use of Baha'i terms; see WIPO Domain Name Dispute: Case D2005-0214, "uhj.net". On whether the real Baha'i Faith has "sects," see The Covenant, Bahá'u'lláh's "Supreme Gift", Protects The Bahá'í Faith From Schism (offsite).
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|Tags|| Covenant-breakers; Prophecies|
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