The Church of Scientology has lashed out at a new book by its leader's niece, which recounts a stolen childhood and how she was brainwashed and cut off from her family before eventually escaping.
In "Beyond Belief: My Secret Life Inside Scientology And My Harrowing Escape," Jenna Miscavige-Hill -- whose uncle David Miscavige runs the secretive group -- also claims she was forced to work as a child.
But a spokesman for the Church said her claims were "false" and denounced "efforts to exploit Mr Miscavige's name."...
Christopher000 wrote: Even when I wasn't saved, living my life in the worst way possible, I ALWAYS knew that the Bible was true, and I was never ever drawn to anything other than born again, Biblical Christianity.
Chris, an excellent observation of a son of Nebraska whom we would just as soon forget about, but more about him and his profit making organization can be read on, What is Scientology? -- besides looking over the article that SA has provided.
When I lived in Vegas, Dianetics was big at the time; L Ron Hubbard, everywhere. I found out later on that he was originally a science fiction writer which gave me pause. I did begin reading one of the books, but thankfully, I found it to be very confusing and way boring. Whether it's Christian Science, the JW's, the Mormons, or whoever, it's shocking how so many are drawn to such foolishness. People will believe anything, no matter how outlandish, that men can dream up but will toss the Bible aside as foolishness or an incomplete work that needs mans inventions to make it work. Even when I wasn't saved, living my life in the worst way possible, I ALWAYS knew that the Bible was true, and I was never ever drawn to anything other than born again, Biblical Christianity.