What Does “Begotten” Really Mean? How Misunderstanding Words Can Lead to Unnecessary Division ~ Franco Famularo (UTS’94)

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The future of the movement founded by Rev. Sun Myung Moon in the 1940s is at stake. Will it flourish and fulfill the dream of world restoration? Or will the Unification Movement devolve into several factions causing efforts to influence society at large to fizzle?

Misunderstanding of one word could be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.

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Higher Education in Hell

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A politicized education is illiberal by its own inner compulsions. It has almost the hideousness and chaos of hell itself, so inextricably coupled it is with the mire and passions of the passing day.

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Abraham Lincoln’s Declaration of Independence for the Rest of the People ~ Dennis Jamison (UTS’78)

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Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation can be viewed as having the similar effect as the Declaration of Independence for the American colonists as they fought for their freedom from Great Britain during the American Revolution.

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Mythopoeic Memory and the Oral Tradition~ Don Trubshaw Ph.D. (UTS’89)

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The relationship of memory to reality is something that we have all, at one time or another, had to face, not just the fact that our memory is unreliable, but that even our most cherished memories can turn out to be partly – even sometimes wholly – figments of our imagination.

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Making Citizens: How American Universities Teach Civics

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A new movement in American higher education aims to transform the teaching of civics. This report is a study of what that movement is, where it came from, and why Americans should be concerned.
Recommended by Steve Stacey (UTS’90)

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