Sun Myung Moon
Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity, Family Federation for World Peace and Unification, Lovin’ Life Ministries, Tongil, Moonies
Sun Myung Moon (b. Moon Yong-myung) (1920–2012)
Hyung Jin Moon (1978–), Hak Ja Han (1943–)
Korea (c. 1946)
Seoul, South Korea
include Sun Moon University, University of Bridgeport, Unification Theological Seminary, Unification Thought Institute, Cheonshim Graduate School of Theology, Korean Language Institute
include United Press International, Universal Peace Federation, Youth Federation for World Peace, CAUSA International, International Inter-religious Federation for World Peace, Professors World Peace Academy, World CARP, World Media Association, International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences
include the Bible, Divine Principle, Exposition of the Divine Principle, Home Church
include The Washington Times, Tiempos del Mundo, Insight, Today’s World, The World and I, Middle East Times, Segye Ilbo, Sekai Nippo, Zambezi Times, UC magazine
Sun Myung Moon is considered the Messiah, the "Lord of the Second Advent," the "Third Adam." His Divine Principle is regarded as the "Completed Testament." Moon and his wife are True Parents of humanity, and he has come to leave the spiritual work that Jesus could not complete during his time on earth.
The movement has a strong mediumistic streak, and various entities (including Jesus, founders of assorted world religions, political figures, and Moon’s deceased son, Heung Jin Nim) are said to have given messages to confirm Moon’s message and messiahship.
The group has made claims as high as three million, but others estimate its peak membership at 50,000 (late 1970s)
The movement does not provide a complete list of the countries in which it has significant operations or membership.
Australia, Angola, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Latvia, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, Russia, South Korea, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, United Kingdom, United States
include Chinese, English, Farsi, Finnish, French, Korean, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish