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Exclusive Bretheren
Not to be confused with the 'regular' Bretheren church.
The Wyman collection of Brethren rules
Brethren Humour
Meeting Room Construction
What a 'Unholy' Battle - Residents and Church Groups Clash Over Land
Hunte: Ban Closed Brethren (*internal links)
Council digs in against sect
Brethren seek bar on unions in workplace
Sect Children Taken Away From Schools
Sect 'has no right to veto school TV'
Sect Bans Its Schoolchildren from 'Satanic' Computers
Electronic age brings on sinfulness
No sex please, we're Brethren
Public school district supports segregated program
The Priests Are After Us!
Suffer the Little Children
Beyond reason - his strict religious beliefs were driving them apart
Woman 'lost job because she planned to marry'
Love saved me from life as a prisoner of a desperate religious sect
The Treatment of Women (*internal link)
Taylorites
Taylorite Exclusive Brethren
"THE BRETHREN": A Current Sociological Appraisal
Wrongful Expulsion From The Exclusive Brethren
Sect leavers 'have mental problems'
Cult of no personality
Darby influenced Scofield and through Scofield bible - pre-tributional view became accepted.
Father Ostracised by Sect Axed Family to Death
Bizarre Religious Sect Drove Man to His Death
Dad who paid heavy price for DIY tragedy (*internal link)
Roots of Hendricks' religion traced
Sect 'sinner' wins custody fight for son
Nick Smith Speech in NZ Parliament
Editorial by David Lange
John Nelson Darby Pictures
House of Commons, 30 March 1999
The Exclusive Brethren - Toronto Daily Star
Darby's Place in Fundamentalism's History
Sect finds mark of Antichrist in EC
Concerning Cults: Exclusive Brethren Taylorites
Big Jim Taylor, Leader of Sect (* internal links)
Is Apocalyptic Religion Bad for America?
Belief and morals among the Taylorites
*links Leaving EG? Some Self Help Books
The Plymouth Brethren
The Exclusive Brethren - John Nelson Derby
Exclusive Brethren Synopsis
Brethren - FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
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