on Religious Tolerance. 138 In 2009 the Russian Ministry of Justice created a council which it named "Council of Experts Conducting State Religious Studies Expert Analysis." The new council listed 80 large sects which it considered potentially dangerous to Russian society, and mentioned that there were thousands. 4 5 6, other researchers present a less-organized picture of cults saying that they arise spontaneously around novel beliefs and practices. According to Kranenborg, some groups are risky when they advise their members not to use regular medical care. Archived from the original on Retrieved 29 March 1 maint: Archived copy as title ( link ) Paper presented to a conference, Cults: Theory and Treatment Issues, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 34856 "the word cult is useless, and should be avoided because of the confusion between the historic meaning of the word and current pejorative use" a b c d e Wessinger, Catherine Lowman (2000).
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66 67 Catherine Wessinger ( Loyola University New Orleans ) has stated that the word "cult" represents just as much prejudice and antagonism as racial slurs or derogatory words for women and homosexuals. Bibliography edit Books Barker,. 1,955 views 100 2 0 Title Description: Privacy settings: Public Public Private Videos in Orgy Playlist Click and drag thumbnails to change the video order of your playlist All Comments (0) Remove Ads The page you're trying to access: is not part of Pornhub. Rubin complains that the term has been used to discredit certain groups in the court of public opinion. In many cases, people only need to take antipsychotics for a short time to get their symptoms under control. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2003.