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The 2002 CESNUR International Conference

Minority Religions, Social Change, and Freedom of Conscience

Salt Lake City and Provo (Utah), June 20-23, 2002


Biotechnologies and NRMNew Religious Movements - "The "coming new man" : a case study on the "Lectorium Rosicrucianum", by Sylvain Imbs, MD

Brainwashing, Italian-Style: The Rise and Fall of Plagio, by Massimo Introvigne (CESNUR)

The Satanic Bible: Quasi-Scripture / Counter-Scripture, by James R. Lewis (Department of Philosophy - University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point)

New religious communities in Egypt - Islam public order and freedom of belief, by Johanna Pink (Ph.D. candidate, University of Bonn)

Total freedom of conscience: what happens when there are no rules at all?, Timothy Miller, University of Kansas

A Not So Charitable Choice: New Religious Movements and President Bush's Plan for Faith-based Social Services, Derek H. Davis (J. M. Dawson Institute for Church-State Studies)

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