Messiah - My Testimony to Rev. Sun Myung Moon Volume II - Bo Hi Pak
About the Author
Dr. Bo Hi Pak is a former South Korean diplomat to the United States. Dr. Pak came of age during the Korean War when as a military cadet he received a battlefield commission to defend against the invading communist forces of North Korea. After only three days of battle, two-thirds of his classmates were killed. After his life was miraculously spared, he determined to serve God and fulfill the higher purpose for which he felt his life had been spared. Dr. Pak serves as principal assistant and translator to Reverend Moon and personally testifies to the spiritual leader's lifestyle and worldwide activities. Messiah is an autobiographical account of Dr. Bo Hi Pak's more than forty-year association with the Reverend Sun Myung Moon, founder of the Unification Church.
About the Translator
Andrew Lausberg lived and studied in Korea for seven years, and graduated from Dankook University in Korea with a Bachelor of Arts in Korean Language and Literature. After living and studying in Japan for eight years, he moved to Australia, where he lives with his wife and three children. Lausberg is currently teaching Korean-English translation at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia.
Project Director: William P. Selig
Translator: Andrew Lausberg
Editors: Contributors: Vicki Phelps, Burt Leavitt Antonio Betancourt, Thomas J. Ward, William Lay, Mark P. Barry
Design and layout: Publisher: Jonathan Gullery, Anne Ulvestad University Press of America