Q. Brother Mike, is there anything wrong with a Christian believing in Scientology? I’ve been told by a friend who is a Scientologist that both beliefs are compatible? What do you think?
Below is a memo sent by Hubbard to his staff in May of 1980:
HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex
HCO BULLETIN OF 5 MAY 1980
LIMITED DISTRIBUTION ISSUE I
OT VIII Series I
C O N F I D E N T I A L
“For those of you whose Christian toes I may have stepped on. let me take the opportunity to disabuse you of some lovely myths. For instance, the historic Jesus was not nearly the sainted figure has been made out to be. In addition to being a lover of young boys and men, he was given to uncontrollable bursts of temper and hatred that belied the general message of love, understanding and other typical Marcab PR. You have only to look at the history his teachings inspired to see where it all inevitably leads.”
“ I will soon leave this world only to return and complete my mission with another Identity. Although I long to stretch my arms back in repose on some distant star in some distant galaxy. It appears that is one dream that will have to wait. But my return depends on people like you doing these materials thoroughly and completely so that there will be a genetically uncontaminated body for me to pick up and resume where I left off. A body free of religious mania, right/wrong dichotomy and synthetic karma. The job ahead is far too tough to even contemplate doing with your standard — courtesy of certain other-dimensional players and their Marcab pieces, many of whom are right here in the general populace –genetically altered body.”
Later on Hubbard tells his “students” that he is going to return as a politician.
Hubbard is also on record with some very unflattering statements about our Lord Jesus Christ. He was the consummate hustler selling his wares of false doctrine.
The Bible Says:
27* And inasmuch as it is appointed for men to die once and after this comes judgment,
Scientology is a cult which perverts New Testament Christianity. No one who practices it’s teachings can be called a Christian in any sense of the term.