|Lecture: ARC and the Tone Scale|
|Hubbard vs. Christianity|
Hubbard remarks about "God's will" and how this attitude makes man a pawn in the hands of fate.
Once there was such a thing as one-valued logic. That was what man had, and he got along very well on it—the will of God. Anything that happened was God’s fault. Man had no responsibility for his own actions; he was strictly a pawn in the hands of fate. Ancient superstitions ran on this basis: Man was not himself a causative agent. He had no great power of decision. He could not choose right or wrong for himself; he had to be told.
—L. Ron Hubbard
Lecture 04 November 1950: ARC and the Tone Scale
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