Charismatic Cult Leaders
Describes the lives and teachings of religious leaders who departed from the mainstream and were considered founders of cults, including John of Leiden, leader of the Anabaptists of sixteenth-century Munster, and Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormons, as well as L. Ron Hubbard, Jim Jones, David Koresh, and others
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