Monthly Archives: November 2013

God’s Physical Development of the Human Being by Henry Christopher (UTS’80)

From God’s conception of humans, to the evolution of the human physical form; the introduction of the eternal human spirit and soul; the Fall and descent of Man and God’s Providence of Restoration; to the establishment of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth   According to the Rev. Sun Myung Moon, God was born …

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“The Returning Resurrection of St. Francis of Assisi” by Dr.Warren Lewis

Brief Outline of the Life of St. Francis of Assisi 1181/82—born Giovanni di Pietro di Bernadone; nicknamed “Francesco” by his father, Pietro di Bernadone, a wealthy silk merchant of Assisi. Lived the high life of a rich man’s son, played at poetizing in the Courtly Love tradition, went to war (1204), was captured, was called […]

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Is “Returning Resurrection” Acceptable to Christianity? by Theodore Shimmyo Ph.D.(UTS’77)

The Divine Principle teaches that even after you pass away and happen to go to a low level of the spirit world because you unfortunately have not lived an ethical enough life on the earth, you can still “return” spiritually to an earthly person, most likely your bereaved spouse or descendent, for your needed spiritual […]

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Barrytown/UTS is True Parents’ Signature Project and Sacred Property in America by Donna Ferrantello Ph.D (UTS’82)

  Dear Alumni and Friends:If we consider the American Providence today, the ABEL UN is the premier International and National project of True Parents for providential work in America. Next to that, there is Unification Theological Seminary on the Barrytown Property and then perhaps The Washington Times. UTS …

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The 2013 UTS Alumni Conference, Saturday December 7th UTS, NYC

The 2013 UTS Alumni Conference at the UTS NYC Campus or  through UTS web conferencing FREE THIS YEAR’S CONFERENCE THEME IS “PLANNING our RETURNING  RESURRECTION” *how to prepare for the work that we face after death* Saturday, December 7th …

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Quote for the Week: Lehman

“We must first become patriots of a small plot of earth, then a watershed, then a township, a county, a state. We must love, and love deeply, the people around us and the earth we stand on. Only then can we be in the real and truest sense patriots of a nation, and hopefully of […]

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Solutions Mastery – an Algorithm for Emotional Life Fitness by Karen Smith D.Min. (UTS’83)

  Revolutionize how you deal with life’s challenges, crisis, problems and stress so you can get on living fully! This Algorithm for Emotional Fitness and Intentional Change provides the framework for leading an exciting and fulfilling life aligned with what you really want. It provides you with the knowledge and some of the tools needed […]

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November Interfaith Efforts for IRFWP by Frank Kaufmann Ph.D. (UTS’79)

 About IRFWP (Inter Religious Federation for World Peace) The IRFWP is an international, interreligious organization with a 35 year history overseen by an executive administration and a multi-religious board of advisers. Purpose The mission of IRFWP is to establish inter-religious councils that serve municipalities, nations, and …

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Virtue for the Week: Idealism

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Accountability Means Never Having To Say “We’re Sorry”

“We’re sorry” is a terrible thing to say to a frustrated customer. That is, unless you’ve already fixed the problem. Apologizing before you’ve fixed the problem, as we all know first hand, can get things going downhill fast. Before, we were frustrated with the product or service. Now we’re frustrated with your employee, and by extension, you […]

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