Thomas J. Ward is President of Unification Theological Seminary, where he is Professor of Peace and Development. He was the plaintiff in Ward v. Connor, a case in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia whose landmark decision in favor of religious rights was upheld by the United States Supreme Court in 1982.

A Diagnostic that America Does Not Need
A Reflection on Unification Thought, Evil, and Theodicy
Endowed with a Sense of History
Rush to History: A Notable Omission in Postmortem Literature on the Cold War
The International Peace Highway: Reflections on its Role for World Peace
The Role of Unification Thought and a UN Peace Council in Solving the Problems of the Middle East
Unification Thought’s Insights into Gandhi’s Approach to Peace