Scientology is an applied religious philosophy. It holds in common many of the beliefs of other religions and philosophies, and considers man to be a spiritual being, with more to him than flesh and blood. Scientology believes man to be basically good, not evil. It is his experiences that have led him to commit evil deeds, not his nature.
Summary of Scientology beliefs and practices, including on such issues as gay marriage, the afterlife and the supreme being. Statistics on the religion. [Article by St. Petersburg Times]
Offers answers to commonly asked questions about this religion.
News room and forum, covering such issues as freedom of speech, religious tolerance, human trafficking and the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Welcomes participation of guest editors, columnists, article submission and recommendations for "human rights advocate" awards.
A blog was created by a Scientologist to share the factual beliefs of members of the Church of Scientology.
A collection of Dianetics and Scientology essays and descriptions of church services, including the topics of spiritual, mental and physical healing, drug rehabilitation, education and criminal rehabilitation.
The official site of the Church of Scientology. Offers video and audio presentations, as well as virtual tours of churches.
Informational brochure series in PDF format about the Scientology religion and its activities.
Advice, stories and experiences of Scientologist parents and their children.
A Beliefnet interview with Rev. John Carmichael of the Church of Scientology explains why his religion frowns on talking during labor and delivery.
Describes how the churches work, where they are located, what the staff are like and who can attend.
Dr. Irving Hexham examines key aspects of the Scientology religion.
Online book contains the codes, axioms and creed of the church, discussions of the religious background of the religion.
A brief history and summary of the beliefs of this religion.
Church of Scientology religion beliefs, definition and facts. Free online courses.
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