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  • Scientology: The Church Of Scientology

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    Scientology L. Ron Hubbard developed a new controversial religion called the Church of Scientology. Which is as an extension of his earlier psychological theories of Dianetics. Many people think of Scientology as more of a business instead of a religion. Reader's Digest quoted Hubbard in the 1940s saying, "Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous. If a man really wants to make a million dollars, the best way would be to start his own religion." He did just that. His religion has become a huge

  • Scientology Essay

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    Scientology is a fairly new religion. Founded in the twentieth-century by a man by the name of L. Ron Hubbard. He began his studies long ago and wrote a book in 1950 called Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health. He claimed that this book was one of the first tools used to solve the problems of the mind. This book focused on irrational mind, war, crime, and insanity. Mr. Hubbard designed this book so that anyone can use it to improve oneself. He did not stop at Dianetics, however, he felt

  • Taking a Look at Scientology

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    Scientology Scientology , a word that derives from the prefix Scio meaning “knowing, in the fullest meaning of the word” ( in latin) and the word logos meaning “Study of” ( in greek).Scientology means “the study of Truth”. Ironically many people who scrutinze scientology often find specious information that they believe are true .Misconception about scientology are prevalent in society. The media is a negative influence on the religion of scientology because it augments misconception and

  • The History Of Scientology

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    Scientology is a religious system based on the seeking of self-knowledge and spiritual fulfillment through graded courses of study and training (“Scientology”). Scientology was founded in 1954, by Lafayette Ronald Hubbard. A man who wrote and published Dianetics, which is the equivalent of the Bible in Christianity. The church’s beliefs and practices are based off of Dianetics, and the teachings of Hubbard. Scientologists say they believe that through religious training such as auditing and spending

  • Scientology Effect On Society

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    The beginning of the scientology community began in the year 1953 when they created The Church of Scientology (Hubbard, Ron). This religion today is still considered to be one of the newest religions to this current date because science is constantly changing in our world and we are always making new discovery’s that change are view of the world and help back up the scientology community. Scientology effects humans psychological and spiritual aspect of life (Hubbard, Ron). The practice and belief

  • Scientology Essay

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    Scientology In today's society it is evident that the worlds of science and religion are in a constant battle to explain many of life’s mysteries. Whereas science fields have their theorems and hypotheses, religions have doctrines and dogmas that frequently conflict with a scientist’s view. The age old question of whether science and religion will ever merge positively has been answered by the new religion Scientology. Scientology is described as an applied religious philosophy that began

  • A Brief Look at Scientology

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    recruit others, as said before, and the so-called recruiters are always so positive when talking about the cult they have joined and the cult they would like you you join. Once you join a cult, you are controlled to everything you do. 2. Is Scientology a cult? Scientology is a cult, or at least, as I would understand it to be in my mind. So, yes. However, the faculty and followers of the Church

  • The Pros And Cons Of Scientology

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    Since, its creation in the 1950s, Scientology has faced harsh criticism in the United States (Church of Scientology International, 1992). However, as Scientology globalizes it faces even harsher societal and government-led resistance to its teachings, especially in Germany. The results of a poll concluded that 74% of German citizens “think Scientology should be banned” from their country (as cited by Chambers, 2007). In the United States, for example, expressions of distaste for certain group are

  • Scientology Essay

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    The Scientology religion deals with the human spirit and its relationship to the universe and its Creator. It teaches that its fundamental laws of life, when used, help people gain a happier and more fulfilling life. Scientology teaches many different methods that soon help with dealing with different life situations and personal belonging. It gives people another way of life. It attempts at bringing joy into peoples lives by being more of a personal counselor then anything else. It gives another

  • Scientology Essay examples

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    Scientology Many people have heard of the revolutionary new religious practice called Scientology. However, the majority of people who have heard of it, have little knowledge of the principles and practices behind the religion. In fact, there is a dark side behind Scientology, and much speculation that the religion is a brainwashing cult. Many people are opposed to the religion because of its secretiveness, its extreme methods of teaching and its alleged use of mind control. Scientology