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who used ideal types to identify churches
Weber
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who describes the differences between sects and churches because he saw that sects and churches were very different organizations, then went further to identify cults
Troeltsch
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who introduced the concept of denominations
Niebhur
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COE, Roman catholic, Islam and hinduism are all examples of what
church ideal type
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neo pentecostalism, united reformed church are examples of what
denomination ideal type
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peoples temple, Jehovah witness, moonies are examples of what
sect ideal type
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scientology, kabbalah are examples of what
cult ideal type
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new religious movements NRMs was developed by who
Wallis
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new age movements NAMs was developed by who
Bruce
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New psychology, new ecology, and new science are examples of what
NAMs
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World rejecting sects, world affirming sects and world accommodating sects are examples of what
NRMs
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who agued that the crucial factour which determines whether or not a sect devops in to a denomination or remains a sect is the way it answers the question 'what shall we do to be saved
Wilson
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who says that sects survives as sects they become established sects
Yinger
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