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These "new religious movements" or NRMs-for lack of a better name-are not only numerous, they are also extremely varied and stem from a wide . Be the first to ask a question about The A to Z of New Religious Movements. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
These "new religious movements" or NRMs-for lack of a better name-are not only numerous, they are also extremely varied and stem from a wide array of sources. They run the gamut from small to large, and all possess a tendency to constantly expand. Alongside the older and more established religions, there are hundreds, indeed, thousands more, which have recently emerged. These "new religious movements" or NRMs-for lack of a better name-are not only numerous, they are also extremely varied and stem from a wide array of sources.
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A new religious movement (NRM) is a religious, ethical, or spiritual group or community with practices of relatively modern origins. NRMs may be novel in origin or they may exist on the fringes of a wider religion, in which case they will be distinct from pre-existing denominations. Academics identify a variety of characteristics which they employ in categorizing groups as new religious movements. The term is broad and inclusive, rather than sharply defined.
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Chryssides, George D. Jehovah's Witnesses: Portrait of a Contemporary Religious Movement New York: Routledge, 2002, ISBN 0415266092. An academic study on the sociological aspects of Jehovah's Witnesses phenomenon. State and Salvation Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1989.
Chryssides and Wilkins' reader not only presents an excellent selection of hard-to-find . There are over 600 New Religious Movements (NRMs) in Great Britain alone, and more than 2000 in the United States.
Chryssides and Wilkins' reader not only presents an excellent selection of hard-to-find source material on New Religions, but it also provides a representative selection of counter-movement material. A collection of this kind should prove especially useful for courses on New Religious Movements. This book is a valuable reference for scholars and laypersons alike, as they try to comprehend the continuing development of new religious movements in contemporary societies.
The Challenge of the Cults and New Religions: The Essential Guide to Their History, Their Doctrine, and Our Response is a Christian countercult non-fiction book about cults and new religious movements by Ron Rhodes. The book was published by Zondervan on September 1, 2001. The book defines cults and new religions by examining case studies of twelve groups chosen by Rhodes.
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FECRIS is described in the 2006 book Non-State Actors in the Human Rights Universe as "a transnational network of (state agencies created to deal with the "cult issue") anti-cult associations". Chryssides places FECRIS within the genre of the anti-cult movement. New Religions: A Guide: New Religious Movements, Sects and Alternative Spiritualities.
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