Religious Movement

  • (noun): A movement intended to bring about religious reforms.

Some articles on religious movement, movement, religious, movements:

Spiritualism (disambiguation)
... also refer to Religion Spiritualism, a religious movement that began in the United States and which has flourished internationally from the 1840s to the present Spiritual church movement, a religious ...
Prophethood - Other Religions - Other
... minister, usually credited with founding the post-World War II faith healing movement Lou de Palingboer, founder and figurehead of a new religious movement in the Netherlands ... founder of the Moorish Divine and National Movement, May 1, 1916, Newark N.J ... Sabbatai Zevi Rashad Khalifa, founder of the religious group United Submitters International (USI) ...
Divine Light Mission - Reception
... It was called a new religious movement, a cult, a charismatic religious sect, an offshoot of Sant Mat, an alternative religion or spin-off from other traditional religions, a youth religion, a Radhasoami ... as part of a crackdown on small religious groups by the military junta, 87 members of the DLM were arrested in Mar del Plata on charges of using drugs and ... Light Mission as belonging in a "medium tension category", among movements that were seen by the public as peculiar rather than threatening, and to which society ...

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