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Controversial religion from Japan finds success in Uganda, infuriating Christian clerics

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A religion with origins in Japan is quickly amassing a following in Uganda, winning converts in a sleek campaign that has attracted the attention of Christian clerics offended by its beliefs.

Happy Science advertises itself as a global religion with a goal of teaching “the truth about life, the world and ourselves.” The religion says it’s grand mission is to create a world filled with love, peace, harmony and prosperity.

TVNL Comment: Love, peace, no wonder Christian clerics are offended. They don't teach hatred, like of gay people for example, they probably don't join the military and bless troops who go off to kill human beings. So no wonder Christian clerics find this offensive.

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