Skip to main content.
Information about Faiths, Beliefs, Doctrines, Etc.
Follow us:
ApologeticsIndex

Apologetics Research Resources on religious movements, cults, sects, world religions and related issues

home Home     Information about Apologetics Index research resources How To Use Our Religion Database     Color Key Color Key
Topical Index: A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  #

Prof Ji-il Tark on the World Mission Society Church of God



Pages In This Entry:

  1. World Mission Society Church of God
  2. Prof Ji-il Tark on the World Mission Society Church of God
  3. World Mission Society Church of God -- Research Resources

Next page:
Previous page:

Ji-il Tark is Professor of religion at Busan Presbyterian University, a private Christian university in Gimhae City, South Korea.

Tark also edits Modern Religion Monthly (Korean only), published as his website: Information Network on Christian Heresies (Korean only).

He is the author of Family-Centered Belief and Practice in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and the Unification Church.

This video was recorded at the 2010 Annual International Conference of the International Cultic Studies Association (ICSA) -- the primary network of lay and professional cult experts.

Professor Tark's presentation at the conference was titled, 'Exploring the World Mission Society Church of God: A Doomsday Cult Waiting for 2010.'

Cult expert Steve Hassan, who shot this video, says

I had never heard of Professor Tark, but came to learn that his father was the most famous anti-cult minister in Korea. He [the father] was unfortunately assassinated by a cult member (not someone from WMSCOG)

Bookmark, Share, Print or Email

Join us at Google+

Tags and keywords for this Apologetics Index entry More About...

Information about Apologetics Index research resources Comment

    Our Comments Policy
  • We favor well-reasoned, constructive comments.
  • This is not a discussion- or debate forum.
  • Keep comments brief and to the point
  • lengthy comments (more than a few lines) should be posted on your own site, a forum, or perhaps Google+. You are welcome to post a link to your comments.
Note: To post your comment, you can log in with your WordPress, Twitter, Facebook, or Google+ account. Note: All comments are moderated.

Comments are closed.

RSS Feed Free Updates

Amazon.com
Subscribe: Subscribe to Apologetics Index via email Email   Follow Apologetics Index at Twitter Twitter   Read Apologetics Index in an RSS reader RSS   Google+ Google+

Information about Apologetics Index research resources More Apologetics & Countercult Research?

• Select a topic from our A-Z Index
• See our home page for the latest updates and additions to the site
• Or use our Google-powered search engine:
This post was last updated: Oct. 3, 2011