Scientologists use YouTube to keep communications open
The Church of Scientology launched the Scientology Channel on YouTube, which includes 82 separate videos totaling nearly three hours in length, in an effort...
The Church of Scientology launched the Scientology Channel on YouTube, which includes 82 separate videos totaling nearly three hours in length, in an effort to keep communications open about its beliefs and practices and expand its online video presence. Videos include Scientologists explaining what the religion means to them, basic information about its beliefs, and the religion's humanitarian programs.
"The Church has initiated the expansion of its online video presence on YouTube in response to the global demand for video content and accurate information about its beliefs, practices, and its humanitarian programs addressing drug abuse, illiteracy, human rights, and disaster relief," the Church of Scientology said in a statement this week. "The move… is a logical expansion of the Church's initiative to make available much of the video content previously accessible to the general public in Church exhibitions around the world."
I only watched a few videos, but Tom Cruise was nowhere to be seen.
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