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6. What is an example of world-rejecting NRM?

  • People's temple
  • Catholicism
  • Christianity
  • Yoga

7. Out of the types of organisation, Cults are the least .....

  • Organised
  • Welcoming
  • Expensive

8. What is an example of World-accommodating NRM?

  • Hippies
  • Methodism
  • Neo-pentecostalism
  • Scientology

9. Run by a bureaucratic hierachy of priests, more attractive to higher class, ideologically conservative and hold monopoly of the truth. I am a ......

  • Church
  • Islam
  • Sect
  • Denomination

10. CRITICISM - What does Wallis ingnore? ....... within an NRM

  • Problems
  • Gender
  • Differences
  • Ethinicity

11. Who was the first person to try and identify the types of religious organisation?

  • Danielle Hervieu-Leger
  • Ernst Troeltsch
  • Emile Durkheim
  • Roy Wallis

12. What is an example of world-affirming NRM?

  • Islam
  • Scientology
  • The Moonies
  • Children of God

13. Sects are

  • Large groups who are hostile to wider society, expect a high level of commitment and draw their members from the poor
  • Small, exclusive groups who are hostile to wider society, expect a high level of commitment and draw their members from the poor
  • Small, exclusive groups who are hostile to wider society, expect a low level of commitment and draw their members from the rich
  • Large groups who are welcoming to wider society, expect a high level of commitment and draw their members from the poor

14. What are the catergories in which Wallis places NRMs? World-rejecting, world-...... and world-.......

  • Avoiding and accomodating
  • Accommodating and affirming
  • Defying and accepting

15. What do Stark and Bainbridge say Sects result from?

  • Science
  • Schisms
  • Big Bang
  • Religion

16. What do denominations impose on their members?

  • To become preachers
  • Minor restrictions
  • Repetitive worship
  • Abandoning of society

17. When did New Religious Movements (NRMs) begin to develop?

  • 1900s
  • 1970s
  • 1960s
  • 1980s

18. What benefits do cults offer that contrast to sects?

  • This-worldly
  • Monetary
  • Other-worldly
  • Individualistic

19. How many MAIN types of organisations did he find?

  • Three
  • Two
  • Five
  • Four

20. What characteristics do Cults have?

  • Small, individualistic and weak commitment
  • Massive, exclusive and demanding
  • Hostile, small and conservative