Monthly Archives: October 2013

Time for a New American Unification Renaissance by John Redmond CFO, UTS

I remember when we got the direction to return to our “hometowns” and make a tribal messiah foundation.  Looking around the room, one sister spoke for many when she said, “I grew up in five or six towns and my parents were divorced – where do I go?” America has been the home of the […]

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Do Barrytown College & UTS have a Future? by Richard Panzer Ph.D.(UTS’79)

            As you may know, there is an intense debate going on about the future of UTS and its undergraduate degree program, Barrytown College. The following options have been proposed: closing the college down as soon as at the end of this semester, selling the property, …

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Rev. Moon: HISTORICAL CHILDREN’S DAY ~ October 28, 1981

  We are celebrating the 22nd Children’s Day today. We have several major celebrations in Unification Church, Parents’ Day, Children’s Day, Day of All Things, and God’s Day, but the world does not have these days, or know the significance of them. Our Church is founded on …

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Virtue for the Week: Perceptiveness

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Living in the Kingdom of Heaven by Henry Christopher (UTS’80)

“But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and His righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.”   — Matt. 6:33 “Now is an amazing time, when human beings in their everyday life can experience the absolute realm …

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The Real Reason Couples Have Sex

Why do couples have sex? Why do married couples have sex, and how can they have better sex? The answers are more complicated than you might think, according to two new studies. Elizabeth Bernstein reports and Julie and Bob Brinton …

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Quote of the Week: Henry Ford

“One of the greatest discoveries a man makes, one of his greatest surprises, is to find he can do what he was afraid he couldn’t.” ~ Henry Ford

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We Are What We Think

In the early 1900′s, a little-known philosopher named James Allen wrote a powerful essay called “As a Man Thinketh” in which he argued that we are what we think, that a person’s character is the sum of his thoughts. He declared that the power to control our thoughts (whether we use that power or not) […]

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101 Proofs for God by Jim Stephens (UTS’77)

Jim and Hiromi Stephens Announcing a new Website, 101 Proofs for God. Hi everyone, I have bought website space and put up an easy way to see the titles and link to all of the Proofs for God that I …

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On the Issue of Resurrection by Ghideon (UTS’77)

Resurrection is real. Any Christian will testify to that. In many other religious traditions, Tibetan Buddhism, Indian religions etc., similar forms of rebirth are quite accepted and some even involve actual practices. I suggest we begin with a study of Paul’s understanding, since he was one of the most closely touched by the resurrected Jesus, […]

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