Dr. Michael L. Mickler is Professor of Church History and Vice-President of the Unification Theological Seminary, and Director of the Sun Hak Institute of History USA. He is the author of Footprints of True Parents’ Providence: The United States of America (2013), 40 Years in America: An Intimate History of the Unification Movement, 1959-1999 (2000), A History of the Unification Church in America, 1959-74 (1993), and The Unification Church in America: A Bibliography and Research Guide (1987).

A Friendly Biography About an Extraordinary Man Michael Breen's Sun Myung Moon: The Early Years, 1920-53
Jumong: A Window into Korean and Unification Culture
The Da Vinci Code and Divine Principle
A Short History of Unification Theological Seminary: The Barrytown Years, 1975-2019
A Subject Index of UTS Divinity Theses on Unification Topics
Author-Subject Index 1997-2007
Battle for the Americas
Birthing a Nation: Unification Kingdom-Building in the First Years of the 21st Century
Continuity and Innovation: The last Year's of Rev. Moon's Ministry, 2009-2012
Is the Unification Movement a Peace Movement? A Sociological Analysis of the Middle East Peace Initiative
Korean Re-Unification: Promise and Perils
Notes Toward a Universal History: Insights from the Unification Principle
Spirit World Messages, Cross Removals and Coronations: Balancing Messianic Necessity and Coalition-Building
The Beginnings of Cheon Il Guk
The Bering Strait and Korea-Japan Tunnel Projects: A Strategic Planning Model
The Cheon Il Guk Constitution in Comparative Perspective
The Great Jubilee Years 2007-08: A Transition Period in Unification Movement History
The Milingo Affair: Re-thinking the Unification Position on Clerical Celibacy and Ecumenism
Toward an “Abel” UN? The Unification Movement and the United Nations
Turning Points: Ten Defining Moments in the History of the Unification Tradition in America 1959-99