Scientology doesn't specifically teach about Jesus and its founder, L. Ron Hubbard, rejected Christ's deity and the belief in a Holy Trinity. In the Scientology literature, it reads: “Neither Lord Buddha nor Jesus Christ were Operating Thetans according to evidence. They were just a shade above clear.” In everyday parlance, that means that they view Jesus as being just average, having reached only the lower spiritual level.
Scientology claims to be non-denominational and welcoming of Christians, Jews, Buddhists, and all faiths. Many former members, though, say that this proves to be false as one continues to study. They claim that members are eventually pressured to give up their other religious beliefs and commit fully to the teachings of Scientology. Some former Christian members say that Jesus is presented as a good man and teacher in early lessons but as a fraud in advanced ones.
Mike Rinder is an outspoken former Scientologist who was part of the church for 46 years and a high-ranking member. He says that L. Ron Hubbard was convinced that his teachings alone had the answers to help humankind, not those of Jesus, Moses, Mohammad, Buddha, or anyone else. Rinder unequivocally states that Scientologists do not believe in Christ.
In his blog, Rinder writes: “Scientology and Christianity are NOT compatible. At all. In scientology there is only one savior of mankind and the universe. L. Ron Hubbard. The savior of mankind is definitely NOT Jesus Christ.”