DOES ONE HAVE TO BELIEVE IN SCIENTOLOGY?
No. One is not expected to “believe” in Scientology. One is only expected to study and apply Scientology religious principles and practices and see for himself if Scientology works. To quote L. Ron Hubbard:
“Anything that isn’t true for you in Scientology, when you study it carefully, isn’t true.”
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- Background and Basic Principles
- Scientology Beliefs
- Scientology Founder
- What Scientology Does for the Individual
- Scientology and Dianetics Books
- Scientology and Dianetics Training Services
- Scientology and Dianetics Auditing
- Operating Thetan
- Scientology Ministers
- Inside a Church of Scientology
Scientology Attitudes and Practices
- How do Scientologists view life?
- What moral codes do Scientologists live by?
- What is Scientology’s view on drugs and medicine?
- Do Scientologists use medical doctors?
- Are there any special dietary laws or rules against smoking or drinking in Scientology?
- Are there many young people on staff in Scientology?
- In Scientology does one have to sacrifice one’s individuality?
- What benefits can one get from Scientology?
- What is Scientology’s system of ethics?
- What does “clear the planet” mean?
- What does "Suppressive Person" mean?
- What is disconnection?
- Does Scientology engage in brainwashing or mind control?
- Does Scientology actively proselytize for new members?
- Does one really need Scientology to do well in life?
- Does one have to believe in Scientology?
- Why do Scientologists sometimes seem so intent on what they are doing?
- What is Scientology’s position on birth control and abortion?
- Scientology and Other Practices
- The Organization of Scientology
- Church Management
- Religious Technology Center
- Church of Spiritual Technology
- Church Funding
- Scientology in Society