"Yes, Scientology has beautiful commercials and lofty promises," Tal Davis, interfaith evangelism coordinator for the North American Mission Board, wrote in a Baptist Press column. "But the truth is far from the paradise they portray," Davis wrote. "The real answers to life's questions are not in some faddish therapy, SciFi religion, or 'knowing yourself.' They are only found in the One who claimed to be 'The Way, the Truth, and the Life,' Jesus Christ."
So what they're saying is, I shouldn't buy Scientology's faith-based road to paradise, I should by their faith-based road to paradise. Got it!
I love how he says "claimed to be". I wonder how much flack he'll take from his fellow Baptists for leaving that hole open?