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Graduate Theological Union Doctorate in New Religious Movements
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Doctorate in New Religious Movements

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Introduction

Students in this concentration study New Religious Movements as organizational movements, religious ideas, and distinctive spiritualties that emerged in the nineteenth century (metaphysical churches, Latter Day Saints, Bahá'í, occult and esoteric movements) and in the upsurge of non-traditional and alternative movements from the mid-twentieth century forward (Western appropriations of Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Sufism; neo-paganism; New Age movements; human potential movements).

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