Scientology Cross Theology & Practice of a Contemporary Religion

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The Church of Scientology was established in 1954. Today its more than 6,000 churches, missions, related organizations, groups and activities span the globe and minister the religion to more than eight million people in 159 countries in over 66 languages.

The rapid emergence of the Scientology religion within the world’s changing spiritual community has led many to ask what kind of religion it is, how it compares with other faiths and in what ways it is different. What is its understanding of a Supreme Being and the spiritual aspects of life which transcend the temporal world? What social and community work is done by Scientology Church members and how do these activities relate to the greater religious purpose of the Scientology belief?

This volume provides answers to these and other such questions about the Scientology religion and its members. In it, leading scholars provide diverse and insightful perspectives into Scientology, resulting in a unique and comprehensive overview of the religion.

The goal of the Scientology religion is to achieve complete certainty of one's spiritual existence, one's relationship to the Supreme Being, and his role in eternity. In this regard, countless authorities have affirmed that Scientology sits squarely within the tradition of the world's major religions.

Table of Contents:
The Creed of the Church of Scientology
Introduction
Chapter 5
Organizations of the Scientology Religion
Chapters
Defining Religion in a Pluralistic Society
Chapter 6
Scientologists' Community Activities
Chapter 2
Doctrine of the Scientology Religion
Chapter 7
L. Ron Hubbard, Founder of Scientology
Chapter 3
The Religious Practices of Scientology
Appendices
Chapter 4
Scripture and Symbols of the Scientology Religion
Books by L. Ron Hubbard on Scientology

Religious Resources
Locate a Church of Scientology
Volunteer Ministers Disaster Relief: Japan Earthquake
How to Study


The Aims of Scientology by L. Ron Hubbard

A civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where man is free to rise to greater heights, are the aims of Scientology.

First announced to an enturbulated world in 1950, these aims are well within the grasp of our technology.

Nonpolitical in nature, Scientology welcomes any individual of any creed, race or nation.

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