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active adults American analysis apocalyptic apostasy apostates attend church Beckford become began behavior belief brainwashing Bromley Catholic childhood Christian coercive deprogramming commitment Concerned Relatives conflict conservative churches Conservative Protestant conversion cult cultural decision deconversion defection defectors Denominational Preference deprogrammees disaffiliation process disengagement disidentification dropouts dropping ex-members ex-nuns exit process experience factors feelings former members growth Guyana Hadaway identify indicated individuals interviews involved issues Jim Jones joined Jonestown leaders leave leavetakers less Liberal Protestant lifestyle lives Mainline Protestant major mass suicide membership Moonies moral Mormon NRMs nuns organization organizational parents participation Patrick Pentecostal Pentecostal/Sect political problems question reasons relationships religion religious affiliation religious disaffiliation religious groups religious identity religious movements religious orders religious preference reported respondents ressentiment role sample Sect Shupe significant sociology sociology of religion Stoen switching Ted Patrick Temple unchurched Unification Church variables Wright Wuthnow