Blog: Critical Q&A 112 - 2017-06-11

F0.png Critical Q&A #112 June 11, 2017, Chris Shelton, Critical Thinker at Large

The weekly show where I answer questions from viewers left in the comment section of my Q&A videos or sent to me by email at This week, the questions I answer are:

(1) If a Scientologist agreed with most things in Scientology, but not some central principle such as the idea that thetans can't be destroyed or whatever because it wasn't "their truth," would they get pushback from the Church on that or would the church/auditors let it slide?

(2) Have you ever at any time along your route of smashing Scientology felt a twinge of guilt, or remorse or caution or that you've gone not only astray from Scientology, but more importantly, astray from honesty and truth?