I can provide information on the beliefs and teachings on the Unification Church (Rev. Moon). I also have information on the Society of Krishna Consciousness (Hare Krishna), Worldwide Church of God, channeling, spiritualism), humanism, and the charismatic movement.
I have studied the literature of the Unification Church and have known people in the movement. I have been involved in religious research for about the past twenty years and have a wide collection of information.
THE BAHA'I FAITH: AN HISTORICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY (Garland Publishing, 1985).
CHANNELING: A BIBLIOGRAPHIC EXPLORATION (Garland Publishing, 1992).
REINCARNATION: A BIBLIOGRAPHY (Garland Publishing,1996)
THE CHURCHES OF GOD, SEVENTH DAY: A BIBLIOGRAPHY (Garland Publishing,1987).
CONSULTING SPIRITS: A BIBLIOGRAPHY (Greenwood Press, 1998).
"The Return of Heung Jin Nim," FATE Magazine. An article about spirit messages purportedly from Rev. Moon's deceased son, Heung Jin Nim.
MATS, McCormick Theological Seminary.
Further study, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
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