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Never Give Up!

Naresh Babu Gullapalli, is currently studying at UTS Manhattan. Listen to his incredible story on this video from the The Times Square Church which he attends. Naresh testifies to his conversion to become a Christian after years of being an atheist. In the video he tells of his love for his family in …

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Good Decisions Start With a Stop

  by Michael Josephson More often than we like, most of us face choices that can have serious and lasting impact on our lives. Do we go along with the crowd? Do we tell someone off, quit a job, or end a relationship? …

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Reflecting on America in the aftermath of 9/11 ~ Dennis Jamison (UTS’78)

9/11 Memorial Wall Outside Ground Zero (flickr/Pattie) SAN JOSE, – Fourteen years have passed since the horror of the insidious terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center buildings and the Pentagon and upon innocent lives, yet the network of …

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My Stroke of Insight ~Jill Bolte

Jill Bolte Taylor; born May 4, 1959) is an American neuroanatomist, author, and inspirational public speaker. Her personal experience with a massive stroke, experienced in 1996 at the age of 37, and her subsequent eight-year recovery, influenced her work as a scientist and speaker. It is the subject of her …

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Reimagining: Getting Back on the Bus ~ Jeff Kingsley (UTS’90)

  by Jeff Kingsley   The red carpet had been unraveled, and the enthusiastic crowd greeted the bus as it rolled onto the Belvedere holy ground last summer.  As it came closer, I could read the words clearly …

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Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of UTS on September 20th ~ Hugh Spurgin Ph.D. (UTS’77)

  By Hugh Spurgin At the end of next week we will have a very special event at the Unification Theological Seminary in Barrytown, NY. September 20th is the 40th anniversary of the Opening Convocation of the seminary, including the installation of the first President and Dean of …

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Popular scholarship: Luce Fellows’ books bring theological issues to the public eye

Since its inception in 1994, the Henry Luce III Fellows in Theology program has funded more than 100 scholars to conduct intellectually rigorous research projects that emphasize the interdisciplinary character of theological scholarship and education. While the majority of the projects are written for other academics, some …

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Quote of the Week: Einstein

“Try not to become a man of success. Rather become a man of value.” ~ Albert Einstein

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Getting Through to Students Hooked on the Hook-Up Culture

  By Father Robert McTeigue, S.J. “Teach a boring, bland vanilla medical ethics course. Nothing controversial—because you don’t have tenure. And for Heaven’s sake don’t say anything about sex, because you’re Catholic and you’ll have no credibility!” This was the advice I received in the mid-1990s, as I was preparing …

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What The Left And Right Don’t Get About Campus Rape

      By Mona Charen Some geniuses at an Old Dominion University frat house rang in the school year by draping bed sheet banners out the windows during orientation. “Rowdy and Fun, Hope Your Baby Girl Is Ready for a Good Time,” …

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