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Cultist.

Last seen on: Wall Street Journal Crossword – Jan 24 2019 – False Fronts


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The application of the labels “cults” or “sects” to (for example) religious movements in government documents usually signifies the popular and negative use of the term “cult” in English and a functionally similar use of words translated as “sect” in several European languages.[1][2][need quotation to verify] Government reports which have used these words include ones from Austria,[3]Belgium,[4]Canada, China, France, Germany, and Russia. While these documents utilize similar terminology they do not necessarily include the same groups nor is their assessment of these groups based on agreed criteria. Other governments and world bodies also report on new religious movements but do not use these terms to describe them.[1][need quotation to verify]

The Austrian government does not always distinguish sects in Austria as a separate group. Rather, religious groups are divided into three legal categories: officially recognized religious societies, religious confessional communities, and associations.[5] In 2010, the most recent year for which sects were officially distinguished[by whom?] in Austria, the groups included the Church of Scientology, the Unification Church, the Divine Light Mission, Eckankar, Hare Krishna, Osho movement, Sahaja Yoga, Sai Baba, Sri Chinmoy, Transcendental Meditation, Fiat Lux, Universal Life, and The Family International.[6]

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