Monthly Archives: January 2017

Does the Unification Movement Flourish More Under Republican Administrations? ~ Michael Mickler Ph.D. (UTS’77)

Whether the Unification movement will flourish under the Trump administration and be a factor in American public life is also a matter of conjecture. Data on candidate preferences among Unificationists during the primary season was mixed, and there is no data on how Unificationists voted in the general election.

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Virtue for the Week: Detachment

Detachment is experiencing our feelings without allowing them to control us.

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Quote of the Week: Anonymous

You’re not strong enough

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Safeguarding the Conditions for an Authentic Human Ecology (Part 1)

If we are to safeguard the moral conditions for an authentic human ecology we must take far more seriously the care, nurture, and cultivation of children and young people in virtue. The first in a two-part series.

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Families, Schools, and Churches: The Building Blocks of a Healthy Social Ecology (Part 2)

To create a society in which human beings can flourish, we must support child-raising families, schools that intentionally cultivate the intellectual and moral virtues, and local church communities. The second of a two-part series.

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Adam Smith and the Rationality of Self-Interest ~ Don Trubshaw Ph.D. (UTS’89)

It is a fact that free trade has had a beneficial effect on a global level by bringing millions out of poverty, but also that in doing so it has had a devastating effect on traditional jobs and communities in the developed world, not to mention the effect it is also having on the environment.

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Experiential Knowledge

Most of organized religion has actually discouraged us from taking the mystical path by telling us almost exclusively to trust outer authority (Scripture, Tradition, or various kinds of experts) instead of telling us the value and importance of inner experience itself.

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God is talking directly to people ~ Ron Pappalardo

Last year (2016), I began conducting an Advanced version of the “First Blessing” workshop I started a couple of years ago.
In this Advanced Training Seminar, I’m sharing techniques that have been found to “trigger” direct mystical experiences with God. The technique I’m most excited about is one that I call “Journaling with God.”

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Father Moon’s Stunning Revolutionary Directions to UTS Faculty ~ Donna Ferrantello Ph.D. (UTS’82)

On May 13, 1994, Father Moon gave directions to UTS Faculty at East Garden that demonstrate his unconventional administrative leadership as well as the true purpose of UTS to transform America and the world

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Discussing abortion ~ Kate Tsubata

If we truly want to safeguard women and empower them to have ownership over their bodies and choices, we need to look at all the evidence, all the issues, and really consider the actual impact of these policies, both to the individual and the society.

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