Friday, October 3, 2014

FREE Download Oct 3rd - Unificationists: What They Believe

Have you heard of Moonies?  Most have, but have you ever known one?  Me either.  I was contacted by writer and Unificationist, Nelson Mira, and asked to promote his work.  I was pleased with the prospect and delighted to get a free copy of his book.  I look forward to gaining a greater understanding of their beliefs, doctrines and practices.  Like so many religious groups, I believe them to be misunderstood, ridiculed and pigeon-holed, but is it warranted?  I hope to find out.

This unique work is FREE today, Friday Oct. 3rd.  Please download and read about mass weddings, community service and more!

 
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Synopsis:
When you hear the news of “Moonies mass wedding,” where thousands of people get married at the same time in the same location and some of them meet for the very first time, what do you think? You might be thinking, “What on earth? What are these people thinking?” I am sure that those brides and bridegrooms were thinking that they made the right choice. I guess the real questions to ask are, “What compels them to do it?” and “What do they believe?”
Over the past decades, the Unification Church has become a delightful recipe for cooking attractive news, articles, and books. Many writers have feasted on their beliefs and stories, judging them as cults and calling their teachings “most bizarre.”
This book gives you the writer's understanding of how unique the church's basic teachings called the “Divine Principle” are and show you the Divine Principle’s interpretations of the Bible in comparison with conventional Christian interpretations.

Amazon 5 Star Review:
"A must if you want to know Unification Church teachings -- doesn't go deep but the main points are all there, in a very clear way."
More than just a church:
The Unification Church, also called the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification, is a new religious movement founded in South Korea in 1954 by the late Rev. Sun Myung Moon. Since its founding, the church has expanded throughout the world with most members living in East Asia. It has sponsored many organizations and projects over the years including businesses, news media, projects in education and the arts, service projects, interfaith events, and social activism.