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Scientology: Its Background and Origins
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RELIGIOUS INFLUENCE IN SOCIETY ROLE OF THE VOLUNTEER MINISTER


Material points of attack are finance, communications, technology and a denial of resources.

Look around today and you will find countless examples of these points. They scream at us every day from the newspapers.

Probably the most critical point of attack on a culture is its religious experience. Where one can destroy or undermine religious institutions then the entire fabric of the society can be quickly subverted or brought to ruin.

As you read on in this book you will discover why this is such an important factor and what can be done about it.

Religion is the first sense of community. Your sense of community occurs by reason of mutual experience with others. Where the religious sense of community and with it real trust and integrity can be destroyed then that society is like a sandcastle unable to defend itself against the inexorable sea.

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