THE BRAINWASHING / DEPROGRAMMING CONTROVERSY: Sociological, Legal, and Historical Perspectives
Twenty-one essays that comprise a multidisciplinary examination of the issues and controversies raised by the activities of religious cults.
". . . an indispensable source of phenomenological data . . . that no person ministering to people in the cults can afford to ignore." - Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
". . . highly recommended for those interested in disciplined and reasonable thought about the whole question of `cults' in contemporary American society." - Choice
". . . a valuable reference for teaching and research on the topic . . . ." - Religious Studies Review
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