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Note: These conferences and seminars address cults from sociological and/or theological perspectives. (Understand the difference between both perspectives)

Secular International Cultic Studies Association (ICSA) Formerly known as AFF. ICSA's approach is more psychological than sociological. Christian Watchman Fellowship

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• Subject: Conferences; Seminars on cults
• First posted: Dec. 9, 1996
• Last Updated: Jan. 6, 2006
• Editors: Anton and Janet Hein-Hudson
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