Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 19, 2015
Freedom Magazine, the voice of the Church of Scientology, has published its February 2015 issue, "Religion, Why You Should Care."
In this month’s issue, Freedom Magazine examines the role and relevance of religion in society.
The January 7 terrorist massacre in Paris stunned the world. In the days that followed, it seemed that religion itself was put on trial in the court of public opinion. But from the seeds of mass murder has sprouted a bold new focus on religious tolerance and freedom, and the ways that faith impacts us all.
Healthy religions and a belief in the Supreme Being, as Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard wrote, enhance and energize society. As religious leaders express in this issue of Freedom, faith is alive and well, regardless of what the media say. The issue examines what life in America would be like without religion; the sweeping effects of such a spiritual vacuum convey how important churches, synagogues, mosques and other religious institutions are to our quality of life.
The magazine also profiles Chris Seiple of the Institute for Global Engagement, who believes religious freedom is one of the best weapons to defeat terrorism.
This issue also includes a detailed look inside one of our Ideal Churches: Nashville’s Church of Scientology and Celebrity Centre, serving its parishioners as well as the Music City with an array of events and activities.
Freedom Magazine is committed to accurate and accountable reporting. Freedom is the voice of the Church of Scientology and reflects its stance that responsible journalism and the free flow of information are the lifeblood of all great societies.
Published since 1968, Freedom addresses issues, not politics. It seeks out and illuminates solutions to society’s problems. Freedom proudly serves as a media watchdog, protecting the exchange of free ideas on which democracy relies. Freedom further spotlights the Church of Scientology-sponsored human rights, social betterment and volunteer works, thereby advancing its purpose of safeguarding and promoting the rights of all.