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A REFERENCE WORK PRESENTED BY THE CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
Table of Contents
The Creed of the Church of ScientologyIntroduction
Chapters
Chapter 1 Defining Religion in a Pluralistic Society
Chapter 2 Doctrine of the Scientology Religion
Chapter 3 The Religious Practices of Scientology
Chapter 4 Scripture and Symbols of the Scientology Religion
Chapter 5 Organizations of the Scientology Religion
Chapter 6 Scientologists' Community Activities
Chapter 7 L. Ron Hubbard, Founder of Scientology
Appendices
List of Scientology Churches and Missions
Bibliography



Chapter Six


CHAPTER SIX Scientologists’ Community Activities
As Scientologists continue to improve themselves spiritually, they assume more and more responsibility for both themselves and their fellow man. Thus the Church and its members have initiated a number of social benefit programs to accomplish Scientology’s mission to better society.
Theology & Practice of a Contemporary Religion - Scientology

The Scientology religion has a strong ethical and moral component that offers very workable guidelines for improving one’s own life as well as the lives of others. This reflects the very essence of Scientology teaching: to go out and improve conditions to make this world a better place for all.

Scientology Scripture repeatedly emphasizes the need for individuals to apply its wisdom to better the conditions of their family, neighbors, their friends and society at large.

Thus, Scientologists are not following the scriptural mandate of their religion to the extent they seek only the spiritual enhancement of themselves. As Scientologists continue their spiritual ascent up the Bridge, they assume more and more responsibility for both themselves and their fellow man.

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