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In article <1991Sep4.210610.13312@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu> fseipel@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu (Frank E Seipel) writes:

>I suspect you'd find disagreement with this doubt amongst the roughly two >thirds of the world's population that are not "christian". Don't take the >ethnocentric view that the population of the United States is representative >of the rest of the world.

I don't think that was the point. Islam, Judaism, etc, are *ALL* striking contrasts to Scientology.

Does "Scientology" means the "believe" that (todays) science is right, and that scientists are knowing everything best? If so, you are right. But if you mean with this believe in all-known and accepted facts of science, then your statements above are only true with an excistential quantifielr, i.e. instead of *ALL* substitude *SOME*, as I know no contradiction with accepted and no more disputed facts which are in (striking) contrast to Islam.

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