As the Unification Theological Seminary (UTS) reaches its 40th year, faculty and staff are preparing for an unprecedented, three-day event to mark this milestone. That includes graduation of undergraduate as well as graduate students, a reception, a thinkers’ conference for alumni on Sunday and Monday, a documentary slide show, and an open discussion with President Hugh Spurgin– all at the Barrytown campus where the Founder began the school in September 1975.

A visitor to the chapel of the Unification Theological Seminary (UTS) in Barrytown today will open the door, and the first thing that hits him or her will be the light. His or her eyes will be drawn to shafts of light streaming down from 16 brand new, double-paned, tinted, argon-gas filled, segmented windows.

Front cover of the Wolli Wonbon manuscriptFront cover of the Wolli Wonbon manuscriptThis fall, UTS is offering a 1-credit Unification Studies Seminar led by Dr. Andrew Wilson, who will guide the class in studying selections from Rev. Moon’s first manuscript of the Principle, Wolli Wonbon, which he wrote in his own handwriting in Pusan in 1951.

It presents such unique topics such as the Theory of the Ideal, the Principle of the Object Partner, knowing God as Heavenly Father and Mother, and a critique of Newton’s Laws of gravitation and motion based on Universal Prime Force.

Study of this yet unpublished manuscript can open up new vistas on the Principle that have rarely been considered, including a deeper understanding of God’s ideal of creation, the goal that Rev. Moon has been aiming for throughout his life.

 

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