Five Percent is a splinter group of the Nation of Islam, Five Percent is also known as the Nation of Gods and Earths. That phrase refers to one of the basic tenets of the Five Percent movement: blacks are gods and women are earths.
Under Five Percenter doctrine, a member does not become fully divine until he or she has memorized every word of the Lost-Found Lessons and every serpentine twist of the divine sciences. Once this is achieved, then men take the name Allah and become Gods, and women take the name Earth -- hence the group's name.
Research resources on the Five Percent Movement, aka Nation of Gods and Earths.
The Foundation for Advancements in Science and Education (FASE) is one of several front groups of the Church of Scientology.
The critically acclaimed documentary about the life of evangelist Lonnie Frisbee is now available on DVD.
The Fellowship is a spiritually-abusive cult of Christianity that operated within some of Australia's Anglican and Presbyterian churches
The Fellowship is an Australian cult of Christianity founded by Ronald Grant and Alan Neil
Father Ephraim, St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery
Families Against Cults is a Christian countercult ministry that reaches out to people involved in cult and the occult
A hippie evangelist at the beginning of the Jesus People movement, Lonnie Frisbee was a key figure in the history of both Calvary Chapel and the Vineyard Christian Fellowship.
David Di Sabatino recently unveiled an excellent new documentary, Frisbee: The Life and Death of a Hippie Preacher.
After leaving Calvary Chapel, Lonnie Frisbee joined the then fledgling Vineyard movement.
Sadly, there is a tragic element in Lonnie's life, since he is no longer with us, succumbing to the ravages of the AIDS virus on March 12, 1993. Lonnie Frisbee was very much like Robert Duvall's character in the movie The Apostle, a man who had the power to inspire others through to a dramatic God encounter, but one whose personal struggles ultimately got the best of him.
The alignment of the internationally known Calvary Chapel church with the Jesus People Movement is centered around the work of two contrasting images. Calvary Chapel was founded on the alliance of pastor-teacher, Chuck Smith Jr. and hippie evangelist Lonnie Frisbee.