Descriptions of Sabbats and Rituals in Contemporary Anti-Satanic Fears (English)

In: New religions and the new Europe   ;  159-176  ;  1995

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Old Sects and New Religions in Europe
Wilson, B. | 1995
32
The Secular Anti-Cult and the Religious Counter-Cult Movement: Strange Bedfellows or Future Enemies?
Introvigne, M. | 1995
57
The Evangelical Thrust into Eastern Europe in the 1990s
Melton, J. G. | 1995
72
Pan-Baltic Identity and Religio-Cultural Expression in Contemporary Lithuania
York, M. | 1995
87
The New Religious Landscape in Romania
Chitimia, S. | 1995
99
Cults, Conflicts and Journalists
Beckford, J. A. | 1995
112
The Christian Receptions of the New Age
Bergeron, R. | 1995
125
New Age: The Religion of the Future?
Kranenborg, R. | 1995
146
Ritual Abuse Accusations and Incitement to Religious Hatred: Pagans and Christians in Court
Harvey, G. | 1995
159
Descriptions of Sabbats and Rituals in Contemporary Anti-Satanic Fears
Campion-Vincent, V. | 1995
177
Growth Patterns of New Religions: The Case of Baha'i
Warburg, M. | 1995
194
The Raelian Movement International
Palmer, S. J. | 1995
211
Dread in Babylon: An Explorative Field Study of the Twelve Tribes of Israel
Bracke, S. / Jansen, S. | 1995
224
African Independent Churches in Britain: An Introductory Survey
Thompson, T. J. | 1995
232
Tocqueville's Lessons from the New World for Religion in the New Europe
Hammond, P. E. | 1995
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