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Lies Debunked: Scientology Is Compatable with Christianity


Scientology's doublecross

Scientology's Claims

The Scientology organization has begun really trying to sell the idea that their organization is some how compatable with Christianity. In What Christians Should Know about the Church of Scientology a great many quotes from Scientology's mad messiah L. Ron Hubbard was offered which soundly debunked such a notion. But what claims has the organization been making lately? Here's a few:

This is all complete nonsense. Scientology's mad messiah L. Ron Hubbard wrote:

"Do not engage in any rite, ceremony, practice, exercise, meditation, diet, food therapy or any similar occult, mystical, religious, neturopathic, homeopathic, chiropractic treatment or any other healing or mental therapy while on course without the express permission of the D of T, CCase Supervisor and Ethics Officer.

How does Hubbard describe religion in general?

In Scientology's Class 8 course, lecture 10, (3 October 1968) L. Ron Hubbard taught, "Somebody somewhere on this planet, back about 600 B.C. found some pieces of R6, and I don't know how they found it, either by watching madman or something. But since that time they have used it and it became what is known as Christianity. The man on the cross. There was no Christ" (Corydon and Hubbard, L. Ron Hubbard, Messiah or Madman? Page 362.)

Scientology's latest claims to some how respect the religious beliefs of others is simply another one of their endless deceptions designed to swindle followers out of every last dime.


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