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Mohammedan Gnosticism in America. The Origin, History, Character, and Esoteric Doctrines of the Truth-Knowers

Stoyan Krstoff Vatralsky
The American Journal of Theology
Vol. 6, No. 1 (Jan., 1902), pp. 57-78
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3154030
Page Count: 22
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Social Evolution, p. 134
  • 2
    "The Babis " in Vol. XXI of Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, and two books: A Traveller's Narrative and The New History, all by PRO- FESSOR EDWARD G. BROWNE
  • 4
    The New History, pp. 350 and 373
  • 6
    The Advance, Chicago, August 30, 1900
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    The New History, p. 160
  • 8
    Kenosha (Wis.) papers, November 200, 899
  • 9
    A Traveller's Narrative, p. 58
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    MR. KHEI- RALLA'S book, published in Chicago, entitled Beka 'U'llah