Examples of world accommodating new religious movements
Such sects usually involve some financial investment and their recruits mainly originate in the middle class, e.g. NAMs are similar to cults ‑ many are simply consumer‑oriented, e.g.selling products such as music, herbal remedies, etc.Human beings are seen as having enormous physical, mental and spiritual potential.These NRMs advertise themselves as an alternative way of achieving economic and social success.
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Galileo, in the middle of the seventeenth century, was forced by the church to recant his defence of the Copernican theory that the earth, along with other planets, revolves around the: sun; he was made to accept publicly the medieval religious cosmology, which placed the earth at the centre of the universe.