It would be very exciting for you, or any Scientologist really, to actually look at
what you're involved in and have the great courage to question your organization's
statements as to their truth and question its standards and practices.
On Sat, 29 Nov 1997 02:28:43 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Jack Craver)
>On Fri, 28 Nov 1997 20:44:08 -0500, email@example.com (Mike O'Connor)
>>In article <347f57a5.76837034@NEWS.MIA.BELLSOUTH.NET>,
>>firstname.lastname@example.org (Jack Craver) wrote:
>>> So is it your contention that i do not know anything about the basics
>>> of Scientology? If so, then you are blowing smoke....again.
>Hi Mike -
> Why? Because *every* religion has, at its heart,
>some kind of wild beliefs. It doesn't seem to hurt christianity to
>have some oversized, all-knowing, universe-creating, being that sits
>tallying up everyones sins while being serenaded by winged immortals.
>No need to even mention devil(s)
Although there is a convention which states that Christianity is
offtopic on ars, your choice to provide your understanding of the
subject is instructive. Your "why" that every religion has at its
heart some kind of wild beliefs is the Hubbardian viewpoint of
religion. It is false.
Your view of Christianity is also Hubbardian, and also false.
Perhaps, knowing the fact that you accepted these falsehoods as true,
you would be willing to examine your recent defense of Scientology's
antisocial and dengerous practices.
It would be very exciting for you, or any Scientologist really, to
actually look at what you're involved in and have the great courage to
question your organization's statements as to their truth and question
its standards and practices.
>The point is that Scn's space opera is no less fantastic than another
>If Scn would make this stuff known, the number of lawsuits would be
>reduced, the critics and media would have less to complain about, and
>Scn would begin moving toward a healthy evolution.
>This is all pretty interesting to me, but I have not heard what others
>might say to this. Any comments/ideas?
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