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Pages: 230

Language: English

Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Inc: 1 edition (1 July 1988)

By: Natalie Isser (Author)

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History of Conversion and Contemporary Cults is a study of proselytization, conversion, and commitment through an examination of historical case studies and the contemporary religious cult movements. Archival research and present-day surveys reveal interesting similarities in both missionary techniques and motives for conversion. The broader effects of conversion and commitment are also discussed with respect to their impact on the convert's family and community.


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