Scientology & the Occult Teachings of L. Ron Hubbard (Paperback)

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Scientology was founded in 1953 by a man named L. Ron Hubbard. This cult has drawn the attention and membership of many people, including quite a few Hollywood celebrities such as Tom Cruise and John Travolta. What started out as a science fiction story, quickly turned into a multi-million-dollar man-made religion. They claim to even be compatible with Christianity, yet as you will see, it is so far from the truth. No matter how much money you spend with this organization and no matter how many levels you work your way up, they can never get you to Heaven. Therefore, as you read, Scientology & the Occult Teachings of L. Ron Hubbard, you will discover how so many people are being cheated from the free gift of salvation through Jesus Christ alone. You will also encounter the reasons why so many people are being deceptively swayed to become members of Scientology and shockingly unable to get out. Some of the jaw-dropping topics you will uncover are: Why is Scientology so interested in celebrities? How is Scientology connected to occult practices? Why is Scientology so interested in alien life? What is Scientology's source of authority? What are Scientology's tactics to keep their membership strong? What is Scientology's answer to Shelly's disappearance? You will find that after examining Scientology & the Occult Teachings of L. Ron Hubbard, that these people are not only in great need of hearing the Gospel of Jesus Christ, but they are in desperate need of being encouraged to flee from this cult as fast as they can before it's too late. This book will give you the necessary tools needed to witness to a member of Scientology and open their eyes to the false teachings they have been under. That's why this book is essential to complete your library.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781948766555
ISBN-10: 1948766558
Publisher: Get a Life Ministries
Publication Date: September 29th, 2020
Pages: 398
Language: English

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