Sun Myung Moon

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Noun1.Sun Myung Moon - United States religious leader (born in Korea) who founded the Unification Church in 1954; was found guilty of conspiracy to evade taxes (born in 1920)
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The late Reverend Moon and Madame Moon over the years have built genuine goodwill in Pyongyang and among the Koreans in the North and donated their much-appreciated hotel and erstwhile automobile factory that they established there to the North Korean government and people.
Whatever its origins, the result is a book that is entertaining and eclectically informative, a book in which you can learn that Stern was "exiled" from the main campus of Temple University to the then-separate Tyler School of Art for the crime of leg wrestling with a colleague on the floor of the faculty lounge or that Simone de Beauvoir, when visiting New York, most likely stayed at the New Yorker Hotel, now owned by Reverend Moon, or that "it takes fourteen days for a male dragonfly to reach sexual maturity, and they can live eleven days after that.
Married to the Moonies (Channel 4, 9pm) THIS film follows three British youngsters travelling to Korea to be blessed by their messiah - Reverend Moon - at one of the Unification Church's controversial mass weddings.
Channel 4 is well-known for showing films that are as entertaining as they are informative, and this one is no different, as it follows three British youngsters travelling to Korea to be blessed by their messiah - Reverend Moon - at one of the movements controversial mass weddings.
The documentary follows three British youngsters as they travel to Korea to be blessed by their messiah, Reverend Moon, at one of the movement's controversial mass weddings as the three undertake a condensed courtship; meeting and making plans for the future with a person they hardly know.
All that said, the idea of any American daily newspaper not owned by Rupert Murdoch or Reverend Moon tailoring its op-ed pages to a perceived majority is utterly antithetical to the notion of a free press.
In his new book, Bad Moon Rising: How Reverend Moon Created The Washington Times, Seduced the Religious Right, and Built an American Kingdom (PoliPoint Press, 2008), Gorenfeld explains how Moon used his fortune to ingratiate himself with the Religious Right and influence the course of conservative politics in America.