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Tuesday, March 5 • 15:45 - 16:45
#5/090 - Aldo Natale Terrin, Scientology. Libertà e immortalità, Editrice Morcelliana, 2017.

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Can the Church of Scientology be called a religion? And, if so, based on what parameters ? What really can this Church say about itself, aside from legal disputes and states of mind of followers, defenders or defectors? The book, exceeding both mere critique and apology, wishes to fill a gap in the knowledge of Scientology, indicating a change of pace in its own self-understanding. To consider this Church as a religion means, before all, to examine its theological-doctrinal contents, the liturgical and ritual aspects, reconstructed in these pages with the balance of critical detachment and empathy characterizing anyone primarily attempting to “put themselves in another man’s shoes”: a search of objectivity one can achieve only putting aside bias and getting into the prospective it means to study, taking it above itself.

• Aldo Natale Terrin (Istituto di Liturgia Pastorale di Padova)
• Luigi Berzano (Università di Torino)

• Luigi Brambani (Chiesa di Scientology)


Luigi Brambani

Chiesa di Scientology


Luigi Berzano

Università di Torino

Aldo Natale Terrin

Istituto di Liturgia Pastorale di Padova

Tuesday March 5, 2019 15:45 - 16:45 GMT
Piano Terra, 116 – Fscire Via S. Vitale, 114, 40125 Bologna BO
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