Featured on the Patheos Blog about Scientology

Patheos Blog on Scientology

Patheos Blog on Scientology

I’ve been recently asked to add some guest posts on the Scientology section of the quite excellent Patheos Internet community.  I’d long admired the work of the site, as the folks who run the site seem genuinely interested in fostering an environment where one can learn about the religious beliefs of others whilst offering respect and understanding of what others believe.

Most of what I’ve been posting has appeared elsewhere in some form on my Scientology Parenting site (like the one pictured above on Communication as it relates to parenting), so I’m happy to be able to help.  I definitely count among my friends, folks from all manner of different religious (and non-religious) backgrounds, so I think the goal of the site is a worthy one to support.

I'm a Linux network engineer, a mountain biker, a daddy and a Scientologist. I run the ScientologyParent.com website, am married to a great wife, and have a pair of absurdly cute kids.

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One comment on “Featured on the Patheos Blog about Scientology
  1. mcSurfer says:

    Great work, Tad. I think it is important with individual texts like this, to make it real to the uninformed how a scientologist can be. The official sites are great, but I think people generally puts more faith into texts like yours than offical ones, and the critical ones are much higher in numbers, because that´s what they do – whereas you and me are more intent at applying scientology and help people, so we are at disadvantage if we don´t publish personal stuff as well, even though it is a big responsibility making sure one is not creating misunderstandings about Scientology. Just like I don´t klick adwords ads on Google, but look for hits that gives me more, shall I say, down to earth meat on my bone.

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