I am a Born Again
gupsfu wrote:When someone uses the "taken out of context" argument without explaining what it's really supposed to mean, you know he's lying.
pr126 wrote:Welcome to the forum.
You sure have an interesting life.
Born again, eh? What went wrong first time?
I am a Born Again
How about growing up instead.
Hombre wrote:1. THE PEOPLE OF THE BIBLE- including Egyptians and Israelites- were BLACKS, and not WHITES.They were Vikings
I understand "VIKING" to be an activity of the Scandinavian peoples, not a race?
The Whites did not discover America first.
A man named THOR HEYERDAHL proved that Ancient Egyptians could have reached America on papyrus boats, as depicted in Hieroglyphs.
No White Egyptian boatbuilder knew how to build such a boat: he had to go to the Blacks of LAKE CHAD to build it for him.3. THE JEWISH HOLOCAUST was an enormous LIE.were did you get that brilliant idea.?
It's based on this principle:objectivechristian wrote:Nobody saying that SCIENTOLOGY is a Bad Thing ever mentions that it is based on that Principle.
Much has been written to confirm this story. For instance"You don't get rich writing science fiction. If you want to get rich, you start a religion."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientology_controversies#L._Ron_Hubbard_and_starting_a_religion_for_moneyThe following letter, written by L. Ron Hubbard, was discovered by the FBI during its raid on Scientology headquarters. The letter shows Hubbard turned Scientology into a "religion" for financial reasons:
DEAR HELEN 10 APRIL
RE CLINIC, HAS
The arrangements that have been made seem a good temporary measure. On a longer look, however, something more equitable will have to be organized. I am not quite sure what we would call the place - probably not a clinic - but I am sure that it ought to be a company, independent of the HAS [the Hubbard Association of Scientologists] but fed by the HAS. We don't want a clinic. We want one in operation but not in name. Perhaps we could call it a Spiritual Guidance Center. Think up its name, will you. And we could put in nice desks and our boys in neat blue with diplomas on the walls and 1. knock psychotherapy into history and 2. make enough money to shine up my operating scope and 3. keep the HAS solvent. It is a problem of practical business. I await your reaction on the religion angle. In my opinion, we couldn't get worse public opinion than we have had or have less customers with what we've got to sell. A religious charter would be necessary in Pennsylvania or NJ to make it stick. But I sure could make it stick. We're treating the present time beingness, psychotherapy treats the past and the brain. And brother, that's religion, not mental science.
An article of Prof. Benjamin Beith-Hallahmi documents the secular aspects of Scientology from Scientology's own writings.[my emphasis]
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