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Church of Scientology a Cult? Former Scientologist Leah Remini Comes Out on A&E TV

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Former member of Church of Scientology Leah Remini A&E TV series called Scientology and the Aftermath

I can remember the days of enjoying Leah Remini in shows like Saved by the Bell and The King of Queens.  I don’t know much about Leah Remini’s life in general but from what I have seen recently on the A&E television series called Scientology and the Aftermath, it has shown me a lot about her genuine concern for those hurting and her wanting to inform people truthfully in regards to the Church of Scientology religion.   The Church of Scientology religion which was founded by L. Ron Hubbard, and is no different in how they treat people who have questions or wish to leave,  than groups like the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society (Jehovah’s Witnesses), the Church of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons), the Seventh Day Adventist Church, and other Cults.  In watching the A&E television series Scientology and the Aftermath, listening to the testimonies, seeing the real concern that Leah Remini has for those hurting, it is clear she is being genuine and true, not false or with wrong motives.

Church of Scientology a Cult?

In my own life talking with many people in non Christian Cults (i.e. Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormons, Seventh Day Adventists, etc.) and listening to their hurting hearts,  I can testify to what Leah Remini has shared for people to know about.  Personally in my life I have not spoken with many in the Church of Scientology, but I have had some.  I can remember one time years ago when I was doing some street witnessing,  just saying hello to people here and there (in a loving way), that I came in contact with a guy who was some kind of board member of the Church of Scientology in my area.  At first the conversation was going well, just chit chat, and the more we talked about spiritual matters it became a bit intense, at least from his side.  I shared his need to come to know Jesus Christ personally as Lord and Savior, and in that he could be forgiven of his sins and have eternal life in Him.  That guy got very upset because I shared that he needed to repent, that he had sins, and for that matter he needed a Savior.  To sum it up the guy was very rude and swearing in his conversation with me.  Now I am sure this is not a picture of all of those involved in the Church of Scientology.  But from my encounters this was common, and from seeing how Leah Remini and those who are speaking out are being treated from those involved with the Church of Scientology religion, it does cause concern.

Church of Scientology true or false, and Christian Resources

I would like to recommend if you can to watch the A&E television series Scientology and the Aftermath with Leah Remini’s testimony of how she defended it for so many years and now coming out.  For more information on whether the Church of Scientology religion is true or false check out:  Trouble Maker book by Leah Remini, A short article about the Church of Scientology and it’s founder L. Ron Hubbard Is Scientology Christian or a cult? and a teaching video from Dr. Walter Martin Christian View of Scientology, Scientology from Wikipedia, and a site on former Scientologists who have come out Ex-Scientology

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