- n. Plural form of cult.
“_Local cults_, origin of, 49; confusion with nature cult, 49-50; growth of, 49; policy of preservation of local cults by foreign conquerors, 69-70,”
“I've worked in ministry with many denominations, and I was Catholic once, and the differences tend not to be on the essentials, except in what we call cults who usually warp the identity of Christ, as predicted by the Word.”
“Many boys join gangs and cults from a sense of needing to belong to a unit or family group because tehy don't get that at home.”
“Given the evidence (i.e., the body count), coming to the conclusion that government agencies which "manage" wildlife essentially operate as death cults is not difficult.”
“This was along the lines of envisioning relationships in cults to be the multiple player versions of The Boyfriend/Husband From Hell.”
“Contrary to the myth that those who join cults are seekers, it is the cults that go out and actively and aggressively find followers.”
“Next, they ran an open thread on why people join cults, which more than a few of the regulars found quite ironic considering they had been running adverts for the not in the least bit cultish Church of Scientology.”
“A patron over heard this and tried to pull some sort of evangelism on me, trying to tell me that Roman Catholics and Mormons are in cults, and we can't pick and choose which parts of the Bible to believe in, and that the Bible is divinely authored and never contradicts itself.”
“By drugs, dumbing down our school kids, violence through games & hollywood, changing our Constitution, rise in cults that degrade humanes along with petafile networking.”
“This suspicion toward cults is not without reason.”
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