Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard taught that we can rid our minds of unwanted memories, and ultimately transcend the boundaries of matter, energy, space, and time. Through spiritual counseling called auditing, we can overcome the limits we impose on ourselves, becoming “Clear.”
This is the promise of Scientology, the religion founded in 1952. A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist explains Scientology’s beliefs, and uncovers new alleged abuse by its leader, David Miscavige.
Read the response from the Church of Scientology, and from the publisher of ‘Going Clear,” Alfred A. Knopf
Lawrence Wright, author of Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood and the Prison of Belief
Need a Religious Exemption? Check the Box for ‘Yes’
Nearly every state offers a religious exemption for vaccines, for everything from pertussis to polio. More and more parents are choosing this option, which can be as easy as checking a box and signing your name.
Jason Schwartz, fellow in Bioethics at Princeton University
ON Interfaith Voices | February 5, 2013 | 12:00 pm

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Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard taught that we can rid our minds of unwanted memories, and ultimately transcend the boundaries of matter, energy, space, and time. Through spiritual counseling called auditing, we can overcome the limits we impose on ourselves, becoming “Clear.”
This is the promise of Scientology, the religion founded in 1952. A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist explains Scientology’s beliefs, and uncovers new alleged abuse by its leader, David Miscavige.
Read the response from the Church of Scientology, and from the publisher of ‘Going Clear,” Alfred A. Knopf
Lawrence Wright, author of Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood and the Prison of Belief
Need a Religious Exemption? Check the Box for ‘Yes’
Nearly every state offers a religious exemption for vaccines, for everything from pertussis to polio. More and more parents are choosing this option, which can be as easy as checking a box and signing your name.
Jason Schwartz, fellow in Bioethics at Princeton University

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