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7 matching items found between Jan 1994 and Dec 1994. Furthermore, there are 230 matching items for all time not shown.
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Dec 26, 1994
Letter: Why Germany warns about Scientology — New York Times
Oct 19, 1994
Letter: Scientology explained — Metro Times (Detroit, Michigan)
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Type: Press
Source: Metro Times (Detroit, Michigan)
The article that appeared in the Metro Times Sept. 21-27 issue is a perfect example of how the media believe they need "controversy" in order to thrive. A group of people practicing their religion, thriving and learning isn't controvetsial enough, so things get added which are intended to stop any new idea from growing. Scientology is a people's activity, a grass-roots movement, and is taken up and used by individuals who then apply it to their lives. The understanding that ...
Jun 17, 1994
Letters // Hospital says: We don't want anything to do with them // High price on this kind of salvation — East Grinstead Courier (UK)
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Type: Press
Source: East Grinstead Courier (UK)
Scientologists and QVH Hospital says: We don't want anything to do with them WE HAVE noted, with some concern, an advertisement by the Church of Scientology for an event purporting to raise money for our hospital. This advertisement appeared without our knowledge or permission. We have written to this organisation asking them not to use our name in any way. Through this letter we would like to make clear that we have no relationship whatsoever with this organisation and will not ...
May 30, 1994
Religious freedom? — Mountain Views (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: Mountain Views (Australia)
It is now well understood and accepted that freedom of speech does not include the freedom to malign others, because hate propaganda and vicious smears in public have a destructive effect on excitable individuals (witness the effect Nazi propaganda had on the Germans in the 1930s and 40s). The recent publication of a book written by Louise Samways entitled 'Dangerous Persuaders: An expose of gurus, personal development courses and cults, and how they operate in Australia' and the ensuing publicity for ...
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Apr 22, 1994
Letter // Profit motive behind attack on Scientology — East Grinstead Courier (UK)
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Type: Press
Source: East Grinstead Courier (UK)
YOUR story Ex-Scientologists to 'Expose' Cult (March 4) completely missed the point. What your readers were not told is that the two Scientology "ex-members" in question have been involved in removing materials from church premises and using these for their own ends. The true story is this. Robin Scott and Ron Lawley engaged in a criminal conspiracy in 1983. In furtherance of' that conspiracy, Scott and others went to Denmark, entered a church using a subterfuge, and stole sacred religious scriptures. ...
Apr 10, 1994
Letters to the editor // CULTS: Article ignored other side of the story — Sunday Age (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Mary Anderson
Source: Sunday Age (Australia)
CULTS: Article ignored other side of the story from the Reverend Mary Anderson, director of public affairs, Church of Scientology I write to express my amazement and concern that 'The Sunday Age' (3/10) published an article on Louise Samways and her book 'Dangerous Persuaders' without presenting the other side of the story. Scientology is an applied religious philosophy which contains solutions to the problems of living. Its end result is increased awareness and freedom for the individual and rehabilitation of his ...
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Jan 16, 1994
Father's letter pleads for a week's dialogue — Sunday Mail (Brisbane, Australia)
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