Seeking the Light

Religious scholar James R. Lewis conducted a yearlong study of the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness (MSIA), examining its roots, history, theology and leaders. In clear, objective terms he reveals what he found out about MSIA and its founder, John-Roger.

Read online what he wrote about an organization called a cult by some and an uplifting spiritual movement by many others.

Making Your Choices - Let the Experience Guide You

MSIA is sometimes called a cult. We're even on a "cult list." The interesting thing is that the people who have us on a cult list are, themselves, listed on another "cult list." The Mormons, the U.S. Army, and a couple of other big organizations are also among the groups on various "cult lists."

It's also interesting to see that the groups we grew up with could be called cults. For example... (more)
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