“At the Starting Line of Infinite Horizons” – How Scientologists Marked the New Year

Year’s end after year’s end it happens. At the stroke of midnight, the great ball of crystal falls in Times Square, Big Ben tolls

Universal Declaration on Human Rights: Celebrating my rights

Celebrating My Right to Practice My Religion This Human Rights Day

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, ratified by the United Nations shortly after the horrors of World War II, outlines the 30 human rights every

The Church of Scientology Kaohsiung hosted 42 religious leaders for a multifaith forum on the theme of the program: How religion brings inner peace and therefore world peace.

How Inner Peace Can Help Promote Peace in the World

With at least 23 wars raging in the world today and the future of Taiwan at risk, religious leaders gathered at the Church of

Parliament of the World’s Religions

The Importance of Interfaith Coalitions in Defending Freedom of Religion or Belief

The Parliament of the World’s Religions returned to Chicago this week to celebrate its 130th anniversary. It was here in 1893 at the Chicago

Interfaith and Intercultural meeting, Church of Scientology Nashville

The Value of Friendship and Harmony in These Troubled Times

The eighth annual Friendship Day open house at the Church of Scientology brought together diverse religious cultural and ethnic communities in the vibrant and

Dianetics book

Dianetics is Still Needed and Timely After 73 Years

In the spring of 1950, the world was still digging itself out of the rubble of World War II, a conflict that had advanced

L. Ron Hubbard

How I Feel About the Founder of My Religion: L. Ron Hubbard

I grew up as a Protestant Christian, so when I was first introduced to Scientology in my mid 20s, I tried to understand this exciting, fascinating,

David Miscavige

A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats—My Personal Account of Scientology Leader Mr. David Miscavige

This article about the Scientology religion and Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard was originally published on About 15 years ago I was a new

Salman Rushdie in Berlin (CC BY-SA 4.0)

What is a Fatwa? A Scholar of Religion Strips the Word of its Stereotypes

When the late Supreme Leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, issued an Islamic edict against Salman Rushdie on February 14, 1989, an Arabic word

L. Ron Hubbard’s Greatest Gift to the World on His Birthday

This article about the Scientology religion and Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard was originally published on and has also been republished on