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Yet the outrage and litigation have failed to squelch Scientology. The group, which boasts 700 centers in 65 countries, threatens to become more insidious and pervasive than ever. Scientology is trying to go mainstream, a strategy that has sparked a renewed law- enforcement campaign against the church. Many of the group's followers have been accused of committing financial scams, while the church is busy attracting the unwary through a wide array of front groups in such businesses as publishing, consulting, health care and even remedial education.
Originally posted by Incarnated
The Bible says:
Let those who are unrightious contiune to do their unrightiousness.
In the end, we all have to stand before judgement for that which we did here and now.
There's alot more stupid stuff to correct in this world then a blind foolish religion.
Originally posted by wisefoolishness
i would think that as long as you arent blasphemous towards scientology that you could debunk it all you want. in fact, i encourage you to do so how pathetic would it be for tom cruise to bring a lawsuit to court with a guy who made comments about his...err...'religion' on an internet site?
Tom Cruise: An Unauthorized Biography, a biography of actor Tom Cruise written by journalist Andrew Morton, was released in the United States yesterday amidst the potential for a US$100 million lawsuit against its publisher, St. Martin's Press. The book will not be published in Australia