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How could any thinking person take seriously a 'religion' that was started by a science fiction author, and a bad one at that?

Gary, Rapture Ready 29 Comments [2/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Julian

You're talking about 'Moses' right?

6/27/2006 7:28:04 AM

Crownflame

Yeah, I know! If Bradbury had started one, way more people would've joined. ^^

Yes, people, he's talking about Scientology. Ahh, Scientology. ^^

6/3/2008 9:38:52 PM

Grigadil

Religions were not designed
With thinking people in mind.

6/3/2008 10:30:17 PM

StridentLobster

He's a little hypocritical, but he ain't wrong.

6/9/2008 8:31:02 PM



George Lucas?

6/13/2008 10:21:57 PM

Canadiest

At least he's wrote more books

6/14/2008 1:46:58 AM



I actually liked battle field earth, thank you very much.

6/14/2008 2:12:28 AM

ID82

Wow that's like the smartest thing I've read from a fundie. It's too bad it comes back and bites him in the ass.

6/14/2008 2:16:59 AM

aaa

Now you know why we don't like scientology.

12/17/2008 1:28:54 PM

Particle Physicist

Now take that thought and run with it.

12/17/2008 1:31:31 PM

Marc

Wow. I actually agree with this comment.

12/17/2008 2:25:36 PM

rw23

That's it, you're on the right track. Now just take it that little bit further. Go on, you can do it...

12/17/2008 2:45:17 PM

GigaGuess

As opposed to those taken in by a Christian Fanfic?

12/17/2008 3:34:47 PM

Anemone

That maybe the smartest thing ever said on Rapture Ready.

3/25/2010 3:12:31 PM

anti-nonsense

Probably the same way people could believe in the concept of a Rapture invented by somebody in the 19th century by stretching the meaning of a single bible verse beyond recognization. They are gullible morons.

3/25/2010 3:24:40 PM

David B.

Yes, if only L-Ron had been the son of a carpenter and an adulteress, that way there'd be no doubt his was the one true religion.

3/25/2010 3:29:39 PM

Elia

Well that's the thing: Some the people who join Scientology weren't thinking too clearly when they made their choice (others were born into it, and pretty much had no choice but to hear all about it growing up). Much like how some join fanatical Christian groups.

3/25/2010 3:30:04 PM

Professor M

Don't join the religion founded by a bad writer -- join the religion founded by a couple of mediocre writers (and then kick everyone else out)!

Hail Eris!

3/25/2010 5:07:38 PM

Nowonmai

How could any thinking person take seriously a 'religion' what was started by stealing fables from older authors?

3/25/2010 5:20:50 PM

Amanda

Then again, I think of the entire bible as science fiction.

3/25/2010 6:49:32 PM

Canadiest

Yeah, Outerworldly beings and spirits, that's just stupid. Christianity doesn't do this,,,,much,,,,well, quite a lot actually

3/28/2010 8:47:41 AM

Canadiest

And I don't for a minute believe most scientologist believe in the story. Except Cruise, he's an idiot

3/28/2010 8:48:54 AM

Apatheist

Holy shit, someone from RR actually said something I agree with.

12/27/2011 8:16:58 AM



The Abrahamic faiths may be far more sadistic, violent and twisted, but when it comes to sheer in-your-face stupidity; no one can topple Scientology in the top spot.

Also, I do agree with the fundie's opinion of Hubbard's writing prowess; Arthur C. Clarke or Isaac Asimov would've done a much better job, fortunately their artistic integrity was on par with their talent.

12/27/2011 3:49:48 PM

Quantum Mechanic

At least L Ron Hubbard actually existed.

2/7/2013 3:11:16 PM
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