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Answers to Questions About Scientology
Authentic Information & Answers to Questions About the Church of Scientology
Scientology is in the news. Stories about the Church of Scientology and its members appear in newspapers, magazines and on radio and television around the world, today more than ever.
Because the Church is so active and so prominent, and because Scientology is a large and growing international religion, Scientology continues to be a subject of public and media interest.
It is important, then, for people to have the most up-to-date and accurate information available on the Scientology religion.
Scientology is the only major new religion to emerge in the 20th century. Since its founding in 1954, it has grown to span the globe. Today more than 3,000 churches, missions, related organizations and groups minister the religion to millions of parishioners in more than 133 countries.
Scientology’s rapid emergence within the world’s changing religious community has led many to ask what kind of religion it is, how it compares with other faiths and in what ways it is unique. What is its understanding of a Supreme Being and the spiritual aspects of life which transcend the temporal world? What are the fundamental practices of the religion? What social and community work do Scientologists do?
The following information is provided to answer questions about the religion and its members.
“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.”
We sincerely believe these aims are attainable—and we are working to achieve them every day.
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