From: rdippold@maui.qualcomm.com (Ron Dippold)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Snide comments (was Re: Perfectionism)
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Date: 5 Sep 91 01:32:47 GMT
References: <1991Aug20.005448.14011@chinet.chi.il.us> <17755@life.ai.mit.edu> 	<GOEHRING.91Aug27090757@mentor.cc.purdue.edu> 	<1991Sep4.025930.28220@acsu.buffalo.edu> <GOEHRING.91Sep4090612@mentor.cc.purdue.edu>
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goehring@mentor.cc.purdue.edu (Scott Goehring) writes: >In article <1991Sep4.025930.28220@acsu.buffalo.edu>, fleming@acsu.buffalo.edu (christine m fleming) writes: >>Nntp-Posting-Host: lictor.acsu.buffalo.edu >>The same could be said for just about every religion.

>Really? The general public impression of the Christian Church is that >it's a bunch of crackpots? I doubt that; at least in the United >States. Granted, there are a lot of people who disagree with the >various aspects of Christianity, but I doubt that any large segment of >the population feels that the Church is full of crackpots.

We feel that the Chuch certainly has a large share of crackpots and rabid fanatics. However, most people don't believe that _every_ member is a crackpot. Scientology, on the other hand, has a far worse reputation. -- Standard disclaimer applies, you legalistic hacks. | Ron Dippold

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