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Title: Fair Clear and Terrible. The Story of Shiloh, Maine
Description: Latham, British American Publishing, (1989). orig. boards. 24x16cm, x, 447 pp. Textual photo illustrations. Some light page-edge soil, VG, in a rubbed & torn dustwrapper. This bizarre,true story of a dynamic religious leader & his perfectionist followers gives insight into countless extremist movements today. At the turn of the century, a young man named Frank Weston Sandford, proclaiming himself the fulfillment of certain Biblical prophecies, founded a movement called Shiloh, its central location on a hill in the town of Durham, Maine.The movement's purpose was sweeping and ultimate - to prepare the world for the Second Coiming of Christ and the cataclysmic events which would usher it in. The enactment of this mission spanned 25 years..." [ dustwrapper quotation]

Keywords: Millennialist movements, Millennialism, Armageddon, Fundamentalism, Sandford, Frank W., History of Religion, Shiloh, Maine, Apocalypse, Christian theology

Price: US$ 45.00 Seller: Expatriate Bookshop of Denmark
- Book number: BOOKS004932I

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