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Question 1: Others have emerged via a dominating scientific perspective or by ________ rebellion to the established beliefs of their culture.
AtheismDavid HumeRelationship between religion and scienceNontheism

Question 2: Around twenty-five percent of the world's distinct cultures are found in Melanesia, spanning the island nations from Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and ________.

Question 3: However, the diversity of NRMs has seen the emergence of different groups in ________, Japan, and Melanesia.
Sub-Saharan AfricaScramble for AfricaAfricaAfrican Union

Question 4: There are also examples of groups such as the ________ and even tent revivalists being characterized as cults, generally by other evangelicals who are hostile to their proselytizing efforts.
Seventh-day Adventist ChurchHistoric AdventismSeventh-day Adventist eschatologySeventh-day Adventist theology

Question 5: [1] Consequently, scholars such as ________, J. T. Richardson, T.
CultMargaret SingerEileen BarkerCultic Studies Review

Question 6: According to Barret leaving can be difficult for some members and may include ________.
Relational aggressionPsychological traumaComplex post-traumatic stress disorderBullying

Question 7: Scholars studying the sociology of religion have almost unanimously adopted this term as a neutral alternative to the word "________".
CultOpposition to cults and new religious movementsPost-cult traumaAnti-cult movement

Question 8: Examples of these kinds of "new movements" would be the Western importation and establishment of ________ or Buddhist groups.

Question 9: In similar fashion , some of the contemporary naturalistic religions (naturalism) have evolved out of traditional Christianity and Judaism via process theology or using the term ‘God’ as a ________.

Question 10: "New religions" is a ________ (word-for-word translation) of shinshūkyō, which Japanese sociologists coined to refer to this phenomenon.
German languageCalqueLoanwordChinese language

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