apostates

EXPERT STUDY
Apostates and New Religious Movements
EXPERT STUDY
The Reliability of Apostate Testimony about New Religious Movements
BLOG
Apostates: My Personal Encounters
Using apostates to spread religious intolerance is not a new tactic, but in the age of the internet and life-as-entertainment, it’s taken on a new face. By definition, an apostate is not just a person who wanders away from a faith. It’s a bit more serious than that.
BLOG
How I Answer Questions About Scientology: “Do the Math.”
So my solution to this is, when someone asks me about a few upset ex-Scientologists out there complaining, I just “do the math” with them.
MEDIA WATCH
Disappointed in ABC’s Coverage
If you seek truth, listen not to what is said but to what one is doing. Scientology is bringing positive change to the world.
MEDIA WATCH
AAA—It is Time For “Tolerance, Inclusion and Diversity,” Not Religious Discrimination
More and more executives and business leaders are waking up to the fact that they have a moral obligation; in a recent New York Times article, Mary T. Barra, Chief Executive of General Motors, emphasized this when she called on people to “come together as a country and reinforce values and ideals that united us—tolerance, inclusion and diversity.”
FAQ
What is an Apostate or “ex-member”?
From the American Heritage Dictionary: One who has abandoned one’s religious faith, a political party, one’s principles, or a cause. Usually apostates are called ex-members or former members.
WHITEPAPER
Debunking the Myth of Religious “Brainwashing”
A significant area of misinformation perpetuated by anti-religious social scientists and others is the subject of so-called “religious brainwashing.
WHITEPAPER
The Unreliability of Stories and Rumors by Apostates
The Unreliability of Stories and Rumors by Apostates. The vast majority of false allegations put forward, primarily on the Internet, to attempt to stigmatize the Church of Scientology, have been concocted by a handful of disgruntled former Scientologists—apostates 1 —who commonly have “an ax to grind