Divine Principle Lecture Tapes & DVDs


Read the Entire Divine Principle on one page.
Click here:   Exposition of the Divine Principle

Rev. Kevin McCarthy's Divine Principle Presentations on Vimeo. The entire DP! Enjoy these and other wonderful presentations. Click here!


All DVDs are 90 minutes, except for the Introduction, which is 60 minutes.

The downloadable video presentations are at the bottom of this list of lectures.

Tape #1:    Introduction

Tape #2:    Principle of Creation, Part I

Tape #3:    Principle of Creation, Part II

Tape #4:    Fall of Man

Tape #5:    Consummation of Human History

Tape #6:    Purpose of the Messiah

Tape #7:    Resurrection

Tape #8:    Christology and Predestination

Tape #9:    Introduction to the Principle of Restoration

Tape #10:  Adam's, Noah's and Abraham's Family

Tape #11:  Moses' Course

Tape #12:  Jesus' Course

Tape #13:  Providential Time Identity

Tape #14:  Preparation for the Second Coming

Tape #15:  The Second Coming




 'The Fall of Man!' (based on DP Lecture #4)
A downloadable video presentation (WMV) by Archbishop George A. Stallings, Jr., who also addresses "The Purpose of Religion" and "Pastors' Responsibilities." (Feb. '06)
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 Adam's Family and the Fall of Man
A downloadable video presentation (WMV) by the late Dr. Lonnie McLeod, Pastor of the Church of Living Hope, East Harlem, NY.
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 Bible Reading and Prayer of Rev. Jesse Edwards
Bible reading, closing remarks and prayer of Rev. Jesse Edwards at the Lovin' Life Service, April 19, 2009, Manhattan Center, NY.

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 Sermon on The Fall and Process of Restoration
Pastor Tom Corley, Family Federation Long Island, speaking on the Fall of Man and the Process of Restoration, March 3, 2011, Roosevelt, NY.

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The Principle of Creation
How can we know the nature of God, who is invisible? We can know it through observing the Creation. Just as the work of an artist is a visible manifestation of its maker's invisible nature, every being in the Creation is a substantial manifestation of the invisible nature of God, its Creator.

The Fall of Man
Every person has an original mind whose nature is to pursue goodness and repel evil. But fallen people are unconsciously driven by an evil force to commit evil acts, contrary to the desires of their original mind. In Christianity, the one who controls this evil force is known as Satan. This chapter, "The Fall," makes clear the identity of Satan and the origin of evil.

Mission of the Messiah
What is salvation? Salvation is restoration: to save a drowning person is to rescue him and restore him to the state he was in before he began to drown. God's salvation of man means God's restoration of fallen and sinful man to his original state of goodness -- to the position where he can fulfill the Purpose of the Creation.
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