Religion & Spirituality, one of our prominent members here was also a member of a cult once. Does anyone know which cult?
(Unfortunately for the rest of us, it wasn't Jonestown.)
- JeaLv 71 year agoFavorite Answer
That one didn't escape a cult. she traded one cult for a different, equally absurd and destructive cult. She's here now proudly proclaiming her membership in the new cult. It is the right cult because it is her cult. TIRH GUS!!!
- MackenzieLv 71 year ago
Cult is actually a sociological term, and all religions are cults by the most basic definition.
Most people referring to cults are referring to what experts would call 'destructive cults' or 'mind-control cults'.
I believe the person in question also has given, on numerous occasions, an absolutely incorrect definition for 'cult', therefore the person's claim of having been in a 'cult' is actually meaningless because it's based on inaccurate definitions.
- Anonymous1 year ago
I don't know I'm not a person that medals in others people's previous religious lives I can tell you about mine when I gave into atheism and drug abuse and wound up in jail and lost every penny that I had to my name I can tell you that I was rescued by Jesus Christ in the Christian congregation. As for everybody else they should have their own story.
- magix151Lv 71 year ago
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- MayflourLv 61 year ago
Has to be fire balls
- DavrosLv 71 year ago
"Was" a member. Sounds like it's all in the past now and be glad they escaped.
- FireballLv 71 year ago
WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF GOD FOR 20 yrs...never again...they changed their name now. I have been Methodist since 1996.
- :D-GirlLv 41 year ago
Referring to that person as a "prominent member" feeds into that person's ego.
- Christian SinnerLv 71 year ago
I'm not in a place intellectually that I would care. Why should I care? What's the point?Source(s): bisexual Christian
- RetiefLv 71 year ago
Does it really matter, if it was in the past.