Theology of Scientology - 1999-04-01

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F0.png Theology of Scientology April 1, 1999, William A. BeVier, The Discerner, Religion Analysis Service

The Church of Scientology has a Creed. The copy in my possession has 20 points. Among these are: "...all men have inalienable rights to their own defense." "...the souls of men have the rights of men." "...man is basically good." "he is seeking to survive (Hubbard claimed this is the essential of humanity.). "...the spirit alone may save or heal the body." God is mentioned twice in the Creed and Christ not at all. Only a Scientologist would know what these statements really mean to them.


{{cite news | first = William A. | last = BeVier | title = Theology of Scientology | url = http://raservice1008.qwestoffice.net/discerner/1999apr-jun.htm | work = The Discerner | publisher = Religion Analysis Service | date = April 1, 1999 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}