World accommodating definition
Along this continuum are several additional types, each of which will be discussed in turn.
Such movements see the world as evil, or at least as materialistic. ISKCON, the Unification Church and the Children of God exemplify world-rejecting movements.
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* World-accommodating movements draw clear distinctions between the spiritual and the worldly spheres.
They have few or no consequences for the lives of adherents.
The hijackers sailed along the coast without interference, their crime undetected.