(USA Today) — After years of being skewered by programs like "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath," the controversial church with a celebrity following is taking to TV to tell its own truth.
(RNS) A judge rejected allegations that it operated as a criminal organization and extorted money from members.
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) Supreme Court Justice Lord Roger Toulson wrote that religions should not be confined to those with faith in a supreme deity. “To do so would be a form of religious discrimination unacceptable in today’s society,” he said.
(RNS) Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Lawrence Wright talks to Religion News Service about his new book "Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood & the Prison of Belief.''
WASHINGTON (RNS) Seventy percent of Americans say Scientology is not a true religion compared to 13 percent who believe it is, according to a new poll by CBS News and Vanity Fair magazine. By Jeanie Groh.