The Kingdom of the Cults - The Unification Church Summary & Analysis

Walter Martin
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The Unification Church does not regard the Bible as trustworthy or reliable. They see God as dualistic in His nature, like the yin and yang of Taoism. The crucifixion of Jesus is said to be an alternative plan that only saved mankind halfway. They believe Sun Myung Moon is the Messiah and true salvation comes by being a member of the Unification Church.

The Unification Church was founded and led by Rev. Sun Myung Moon, who was born in Korea. This cult appeals to educated young people from the middle class. The author considers the Unification Church to be the Westernization of Eastern religious ideas. Members are pressured to confirm and remain loyal to the group at all costs. Moon is their new Messiah, sent to bring about the perfect family on earth.

On January 6, 1920, Yong Myung Moon was born to...

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