Hollywood veteran John Travolta is known for his membership in the Church of Scientology. For over 40 years, the actor has been a follower of this sometimes controversial faith. His beliefs are again in the news as some journalists have asked him to comment on the recent HBO documentary that examines Scientology. Mochilas Kanken Classic This critical portrayal of the religion, titled Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, has been on the air since March 29. To Travolta, all the hoopla about his religion is much to do about nothing. He seems much more concerned about whether audiences will enjoyThe Forger, his current box office hit. The calls for Travolta and fellow Scientologist Tom Cruise to make statements about the negative aspects of the church seem to have increased since the broadcasting of Going Clear and the release of a book by Lawrence Wright with the same title. Nevertheless, the Pulp Fiction star continues to claim that he has experienced nothing but good things since becoming a Scientologist. In fact, to Travolta, the religion is a source of positivity. Nike TN Requin 2017 He claims that during some of the most difficult moments of his life, Scientology was there to help guide him through. fjallraven kanken pas cher For emphasis, Travolta mentioned, in an interview with the Tampa Bay Times, the loss of his son Jett on a 2009 family vacation in the Bahamas. Goedkoop Nike Air Max 2016 The support of other members was an important reason he was able to endure the emotional scars caused by the death. new balance homme 574 pas cher So, why would director Alex Gibney create such a harsh expose of this religion? Travolta believes that the criticism stems from the anger of those who have broken with the faith. Mochilas Kanken No.2 Their experiences do not match his own, he continued, in the interview. Consequently, he cannot support their claims to any degree. Instead, Travolta continues to promote the good qualities in Scientology and ignores those who speak ill of his church.