Posted February 13, 2018 06:10:56 Scientology is, in fact, a cult.
But not the way you might think.
In the world of Scientology, that’s precisely what the church is.
In a new book, Scientologist Michael Rinder describes how he came to see Scientology as an elaborate form of religion.
In “Scientology: The Science of Belief,” Rinder, a professor of religious studies at the University of Colorado Boulder, offers a detailed account of the religious and political origins of the church.
His book, a major work in the field of religion studies, also includes a section on Scientology’s history.
His goal was to show how the church came to be a force of the 21st century in the eyes of the world.
“It’s a powerful thing to be able to talk about,” Rinders said.
“To talk about it, you need a clear understanding of what it’s about, what it has meant to people, what its significance is to society.”
In an interview with Fortune, Rinder said the book was inspired by his own experience as a Scientologist.
In 2002, he said he was studying political science at a local college when he noticed something strange in the classroom.
He was studying the history of religion, which included a religious sect.
His teacher, a young woman named Kathy O’Leary, had started a religion course that included a section that included an exploration of the religion’s history and a chapter on “Scientologists.”
Rinder’s own book was a response to O’Leach’s religious history.
O’Neill said that during her study, she stumbled upon a book on Scientology by the Rev. L. Ron Hubbard.
The Rev. Hubbard was a prominent member of Scientology at the time and was a fervent follower of Scientology founder L.
Ron Hubbard, a founder of the cult that now operates as Scientology.
Hubbard, according to Rinder and O’Neills book, is the god of religion and of the “religion of the mind.”
Rinders also noted that Hubbard’s followers believe that their religion can bring good luck to the planet.
Scientology is the name given to the religion by its founder L Ron Hubbard in 1965, which he called Scientology.
The church is not officially sanctioned by the U.S. government, and Rinder argues that there are multiple sects that exist within the church and that the church’s leaders are not all Scientologists.
Rinder wrote that he became a Scientologists in his late 20s and began to investigate the religion when he was about 25.
He became interested in Scientology after reading a book about the founder, Hubbard’s “Golden Era,” in his college dormitory.
“I was intrigued by the idea that he was telling stories of people in his life who had been through extraordinary things, and it seemed like the sort of thing that could be put together in a compelling way,” Rumberks wife, Kathy O.
O’Leary said that she and her husband began to explore Scientology when he first started to look into the religion in his 20s.
He came home one day and said, ‘Hey, I want to join the church, and I want my wife to join as well,’ she said.
In 2003, Rumberrows wife and daughter, then 14 and 12, started attending church classes.
She was interested in becoming a Scientology member, and the couple enrolled their daughter in the church in 2007.
In 2010, Rumerrow’s daughter joined the church after being accepted as a student.
“We started to be very aware of the ways the church was trying to manipulate our daughter,” Rumerrows wife said.
OLeary, who now lives in Texas, said she was surprised by her daughter’s reaction to being a Scientore.
She said she started noticing a difference in her daughter when she was about 11 years old, when she and OLeary began to work together to get her an audition for a role in a movie.
She went to the auditions, and she said her daughter saw a face change.
O’sLeary said she knew what was going on because she was there every Sunday and had seen her family once or twice.
She told her mother about the audition.
“She said, I’m not sure that’s going to work,” Rumbrows wife recalled.
Rumberrow said the auditing process was so intense that his daughter became extremely upset.
Rumbrow said he also saw a change in O’sLearys demeanor, which became more subdued and less active.
Rummings wife, who was living in Los Angeles, said that when she got to know her daughter, she began to notice a shift in her personality.
“In the beginning, I felt a bit disappointed,” Rummers wife said, but then she said she began feeling better.
Rumerrell said that by the time she was 15, she was in a relationship with a woman, who is now the church member’s