Where can I find Scientologists' views of Scientology?
I am writing an essay about Scientology where I am discussing the pros and cons of Scientology, while trying to answer the question why people join Scientology despite how viciously hated Scientology seems to be by the public. There is one big problem: I'm having a reaaaal hard time finding positive stories about Scientology, such as articles where Scientologists explain why they like it or something about what people find attractive about Scientology. Everything I can find on Scientology is either L. Ron Hubbard's writing or hardcore criticism. Can anyone help me please? :)
Asked By: thnikkaman - 10/17/2009
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Here's a friendly review of Scientology... More
Answered By: Mr McKenzie- Skeptical Christian - 10/17/2009
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googling but it wont save you...TRINITY CHURCHES are the way to go.
Answered By: Fireball - 10/17/2009
Watch the scene in Men in Black when they open up a guys head and an alien's inside. That's what they believe.
Answered By: Rob - 10/17/2009
Answered By: Smile Jesus Loves You - 10/17/2009
That South Park episode, "Trapped in the Closet" has everything you need to know in it.
Answered By: Buddhist Objectivist - 10/17/2009
The looney bin
Answered By: Sweater Kitteh - 10/17/2009
Scientology is from Hubbard's books. I'm sure if you keep digging you'll find sites from people who practice it but I think for the most part they don't really put much of it out there because it is really 'out there'. Be careful, it is a cult.
Answered By: Jeff S - 10/17/2009
1)YouTube, type in the Church of Scientology. I have watched a few of thier videos, however its evident there was a great deal of editing before it was posted online. 2) Tom Cruise
Answered By: [Insert Name Here] - 10/17/2009
Ron Hubbard was just cashing in on the money scheme of things.
Answered By: dude - 10/17/2009
Depends on whether you want to talk to members of the Church of Scn or whether you want to talk to non church Scientologists. Church members are more likely to refer you to websites, books, go take a course, try it, etc. Plus they'll never admit to anything that's wrong- they're forbidden to ever discuss anything... More
Answered By: Voltaire's Child - 10/17/2009
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