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REL 3330: New Religious Movement : Electronic Resources

This course will investigate new religious groups outside of the mainline denominations in contemporary America and the controversies about them.


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  • Religion and Philosophy Collection
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  • SocINDEX with Full Text
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  • Project MUSE
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  • Opposing Viewpoints
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