….one plenary session was devoted to the Unification movement. Eileen Barker assessed its role within the context of Eastern and Western new religious movements, Dan Feffermann presented the different schisms following the death of Reverend Moon in 2012, and I focused on one of such schisms, the Family Peace Association (FPA) led by Moon’s oldest surviving son, Preston Moon. The president of FPA offered a response, and the discussion that followed showed how controversial the question of succession and authority remains within the Unification movement.
CESNUR 2016 Conference in Korea, with presentations by Introvigne, Kim (UTS’91), and Fefferman (UTS’86)Email
Suez is too often seen as a throwback to the imperial past. Sadly, it proved a pointer to the world in which we now live, and we are still living in its shadow.
SELECTED FOR THE CORNERSTONE BY MATTHEW COHN (UTS’92)…………………………..Scientists and others look to desalination as a way to unite longtime enemies in a common cause.
We are one, after all, you and I, together we suffer, together exist and forever will recreate each other.
We do all that we can to serve a cause we believe to be real and true