Believe It or Not

March 1979
National Review;3/2/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p280
The article reports on the identification of the United States government on which religion is true and which is false. Congressional hearings have tried to distinguish cults from religions. Individuals from different organizations state that the government is not competent enough to judge and tell which religious groups are good and bad.


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