In its relatively short lifespan of ten years, the Order of Christ Sophia (OCS) has experienced more than its fair share of controversy. From an accusatory media, to disenchanted ex-members, to direct assaults from the anti-cult movement (ACM), the order has matured in a hostile milieu. This chapter examines the major areas in which the OCS has been involved in controversy: first, confrontations with former members of the Holy Order of MANS (ex-HOOMies) who question the OCS's legitimacy; second, confrontation with disenchanted former members of the OCS; and third, confrontation with the media and ACM figures.
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