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The Role of Scientology in the Exchange of Religions

Religions today meet in the streets and ghettos of the urban world rather than in the peaceful landscapes only; religions and world views meet where people meet in the transit halls of their lives and also deaths, very often even inside families. This particularly concerns the Church of Scientology which is both modern, urban and family‑centered.

The Church of Scientology today very actively takes part in interreligious dialogues with representatives of the great world religions as well as such new religions as the Unification Church, Neo‑Hinduistic and -Buddhistic movements. In these discussions not only religious issues are dealt with but questions on peace and war, ecology and pollution, the future of family, the role of women, etc., and new programs and functions are established on a worldwide basis.

The Church of Scientology today very actively takes part in interreligious dialogues with representatives of the great world religions as well as such new religions as the Unification Church, Neo‑Hinduistic and -Buddhistic movements. In these discussions not only religious issues are dealt with but questions on peace and war, ecology and pollution, the future of family, the role of women, etc., and new programs and functions are established on a worldwide basis.

VIII. Scientology as a New Religion
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