Monthly Archives: May 2014

What Is Absolute Obedience and How Do We Practice It? by Dan Fefferman (UTS’86)

    “Absolute faith, absolute love, absolute obedience…” – Family Pledge, # 8 The idea of absolute obedience, enshrined in the Family Pledge alongside absolute love and absolute faith, is problematic. How can we be “absolutely obedient” to something or someone without violating another cherished teaching of Father Moon, namely “conscience …

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Virtue for the Week: Service

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Ethics Isn’t “Out There”: It’s Us And Our Choices

Much attention is paid to the tactics of ethics – the ethics codes, compliance plans and such. We can easily begin to think that ethics is something we can see and touch. Something finite. Something written in stone. Something outside of ourselves. But that’s not where ethics lives. Our ethics doesn’t live in the codes and manuals. Ethics […]

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“Giving some thought” by Eric Bobrycki (UTS’84)

I was giving some thought to Father. The Messiah is God’s accelerant…. I once was lost in my own head and lived my life mostly unconsciously.Now I have found myself and I live a life of love and service. I used to not care so much. Now I care for everything. I used to live […]

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Association of Theological Schools: Colloquy Online

Articles include: Tending the flock: Is retention the answer to enrollment declines? 2030: An odyssey of the theological educator’s work Click here:  

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Quote of the Week: Warren

Our culture has accepted two huge lies. The first is that if you disagree with someone’s lifestyle, you must fear or hate them. The second is that to love someone means you agree with everything they believe or do. Both are nonsense. ~ Rick Warren  

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Creativity, part 1: ephesus to weimar germany by Derek Dey (UTS’87)

Continue reading…. Aesthetics: a brief introduction to the field Derek Dey (UTS’87)

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Are Fish Intelligent? . . . or are Fishermen Stupid? by Jack Harford (UTS’79)

I love smallies, you should have seen the one that got away~JH Fly Fishers through the ages have allotted great intelligence to fish in general and the harder it is to catch a fish …

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Best Herbs for Indoors

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UTS to hold 38th Commencement on May 24, 2014

UTS COMMENCEMENT 2013 May is here and that means it is time for graduation! This year, the Unification Theological Seminary will be celebrating its 38th graduating class on Saturday, May 24th at its New York City campus. The ceremony begins at 2:00pm …

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