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According to a recent article, Seventh-day Adventism is the fastest growing Christian denomination in North America. However in 1986, a Gallup survey taken from the USA revealed that 30 percent of Americans hadn't heard of Seventh-day Adventism. Of people who had, none would offer any further descriptions of Seventh-day Adventists besides that they worshipped on Saturdays. Before, in 1970, an identical poll needed economists confusing Mormon background together with Adventist history. Although these surveys are 25 decades or more outdated, they do address the general population ignorance of Adventists. Although a relatively recent spiritual movement, originating from the mid 19th century alongside Mormonism, it's nowhere near gained exactly the same amount of publicity or attention which Mormonism has now attracted. It was just lately that Seventh-day Adventism was put under the spotlight of popular tradition. On April 19, 1993, a 51-day standoff between the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) and the Branch Davidians, culminated into a raging inferno that took the lives of over 75 Branch Davidians trapped inside their compound, termed Mt. Carmel. The Branch Davidians were a sect that broke from the Davidians, that initially came from the Adventist church. This link launched Seventh-day Adventists to the spotlight and earned them much attention, albeit really negative. Although the Adventists attempted to distance themselves in the Branch Davidians, it was, and is, impossible. The Branch Davidians, accountable for the disaster at Waco, Texas are suspended in Seventh-day Adventism and their devotion into prophecy, apocalyptic literature, typology, and millennial expectations. Seventh-day Adventism wasnвЂ™t created or.