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Critics won't divert Scientologists from their mission

Title: Critics won't divert Scientologists from their mission
Date: Friday, 26 July 2002
Publisher: Memphis Business Journal (Tennessee)
Author: Joan McGraw
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Long shrouded in secrecy about its practices, leaders at the local Church of Scientology have opened up to discuss basic processes they employ to achieve Scientology's ultimate goal: increase stability in a person's environment through an increase in rational, sane behavior. Eric Everett, director of community services for the Scientology Mission of Memphis, says Scientology is an "applied religious philosophy" appropriate for any faith tradition. "We live in a society under siege, bombarded by an onslaught of drugs and toxins. No ... [Read the rest at bizjournals.com]