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"This page represents our effort to stay on top of the phenomenon as much as possible. [The Center is] working on creating icons to symbolize [their] apocalyptic bestiary (see Landes'"Roosters and Owls,") differentiating the sites in terms of their content. At the moment, they are listed in groups. These groups are NOT mutually exclusive, and indeed often overlap."
"Many religious sites on the web deal with what are commonly called "cults." There are many misconceptions about these religious communities and the dynamics of joining and leaving such groups. Several sociologists of religion have very good sites and articles devoted to educating the public about new religious movements. This section contains links to what [the Institute considers] to be the best of these sites. [The Institute] also provides several articles on the topic.
"... find detailed profiles of more than two hundred different religious groups and movements. Some of them may be very familiar to you, others not. In addition, there are other valuable resources, including information on "cult" controversies, essays by respected scholars, and teaching resources on which interested visitors are invited to draw." NOTE: This is an archived website and is no longer being updated.