The Words of David S.C. Kim

Book cover front -8 final-2-smDr. David S.C. Kim served as a missionary of Reverend Sun Myung Moon’s Unification Church for 50 years in the United States, including 20 years as the first president of Unification Theological Seminary. In earlier years he was the first missionary to the United Kingdom and a charter member of HSA-UWC (aka Unification Church) in Korea. Entitled “The Words of David S.C. Kim: Let Us Learn from the Past,” this book is a compilation of his writings and speeches from those historical times.

The phrase “Let Us Learn from the Past” was often used by David Kim. By this he does not mean that we should return to a past time, but rather that we must learn from the past in order to build a brighter and better future. His words draw our attention to the precious truths revealed by Reverend Sun Myung Moon who educated and inspired countless people, young and old alike, throughout the world. This collection of David Kim’s words contains many insightful reflections and personal experiences from his extraordinary life of faith as one of the earliest supporters of Reverend Moon.

The contents of this book (over 300 pages) include David Kim’s reflections on God’s Providence, Interviews, speeches given from 1955 to 2005, and scholarly articles published or presented at academic conferences.

Print copies of the book can be purchased on Amazon.com (ISBN 978-0557283347); e-books for Kindle on Amazon.com (ASIN B00D38Q1JA), for Nook and other compatible e-readers at BarnesandNoble.com (ISBN 978-1257242481) and at the iBookstore.

Copies may also be purchased directly from the printer at www.lulu.com at 25% off retail price. They will ship overseas.

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