Summum, a religion founded in 1975 in Utah, USA, is based on gnosticism.
According to Summum, Moses received two sets of tablets. Before the Commandments, church doctrine says, he was given the “seven aphorisms” of a higher law. The Summum website says those relate to psychokinesis (the power of the mind to control objects); correspondence; vibration; opposition; rhythm; cause and effect; and gender.
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sangoma is a practitioner of herbal medicine, divination and counselling in traditional Nguni (Zulu, Xhosa, Ndebele and Swazi) societies of Southern Africa.
Stigmata, wounds or marks resembling the five wounds received by Jesus at the crucifixion.
Some Christians believe they can determine which demonic spirits hold sway over certain geographic areas.
Some Christians believe they are engaging in so-called Strategic Level Spiritual Warfare in order to free certain geographic from what they consider to be Territorial Spirits.
Shinto is the indigenous, national religion of Japan.
Silent Aryan Warriors is a white supremacist prison gang in Utah, USA.
Margaret Singer (1921 - 2003) was a clinical psychologist, a cult expert, and adjunct professor emeritus of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, USA.
Definition of the term skeptic
Newsweek Senior Editor Jerry Adler takes a cold-eyed look at Australian television producer Rhonda Byrne’s new self-help book, “The Secret.”
Wealth. Love. Happiness. Health. Peace. It’s absolutely possible for everyone to have these things and more — at least that’s what the teachers say in “The Secret.”
Gwen Shamblin and 66 other members of Remnant Fellowship - which theologically is a cult of Christianity - have sued Spiritwatch Ministries, a Christian apologetics and countercult ministry in Cleveland, Tennessee.
Bible-Truths.com? L. Ray Smith operates a website titled, “Exposing Those Who Contradict,” hosted at bible-truths.com and bibletruths.com. Smith states the purpose of his website as follows: “ preach with sound doctrine and refute those who contradict it” – Source: Exposing Those Who Contradict, last accessed Jan. 2, 2007 Unfortunately, L. Ray Smith’s doctrine is not sound. His writings also evidence a lack of sound scholarly procedure (e.g. poor hermeneutics; not providing full – or any – references for works cited; …