Confessions of a Jewish Cultbuster

by: Shea Hecht

Overview

“Are cults a thing of the past, or have they changed?

How can we succeed against them – and strengthen ourselves in the process?

When it was released in 1985, Confessions of a Jewish Cultbuster revolutionized the Jewish world. In an honest look at cults, the ways they attract youth, and how to stop them, it revealed actual case histories of Jewish youngsters rescued, deprogrammed and returned to their families.

This completely revised and updated edition includes provocative new stories and a fresh look at the challenges of the day. It discusses assimilation, missionaries, ‘Messianic Jews’, and modern cults, among other topics, while continuing its original timeless message of the struggle of young Jews in search of identity. This new and yet classic work offers personal inspiration – and practical understanding of how to protect against assimilation and modern soul-snatchers.”