NPR’s New Religions Survey, Part I: Introduction

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Buyer Beware: This report includes the opinions of J. Gordon Melton and James R. Lewis – sociologists whose work has been referred to as a “travesty of research.” Both Melton and Lewis are cult apologists.

As religions adapt and arise to reflect the changing times, NPR begins a four part series on new religious movements. NPR’s Barbara Bradley Hagerty introduces the series with a look at the trends, and why new religions may be influential, even if short lived.

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