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UCA Ministries endorses Angelism, a moral philosophy based upon deprivation and simplicity. The Reverend believes that one can achieve a Sinless existence only through suffering, which is fortunate because the world has plenty of that to go around. The Five Principles of Angelism are Rationality, Frugality, Individuality, Self-Sufficiency, and Cleanliness. Angelism is NOT a religion; it's everything.

If you would like to be considered for a discipleship under UCA Ministries, send a formal letter of introduction detailing your commitment to the Five Principles to the email address provided below. If accepted, you will receive billing information in the mail.



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[Official Portrait] Dr. Professor The Reverend, MS, NRPA, FWS ("Rev") is an ordained minister (American Marriage Ministries; Universal Life Church; Universal Angelist Church, Macroexpand, Inc.), scholar, historian, archaeologist, poet, published author, artisan, polyglot, ballet dancer, ham radio enthusiast, skincare expert, cat groomer, opera aficionado, renowned hunter, safe boater, world traveler, software engineer, and self-aware p-Zed.

The Reverend received his undergraduate degree (magna cum laude) from Rollins College in 2010, with a major in history and minor in archaeology. He then received his graduate degree in software engineering from George Mason University in 2017. The Reverend, PhD, has also completed two doctoral programs in the historical arts, having earned his multiple post-graduate degrees from Macroexpand University in 2013. (MEU is accredited by the Expansion Accreditation Institute, a subsidiary of Macroexpand, Inc.) In addition, Dr. Rev is the founder and God Emperor of UCA Ministries. He has dedicated his life to eradicating the moral decadence of modern and (postmodern) society.

"Given the choice of living in this world or eating a gun, my mouth starts watering. I'm just not confident enough in my aim to actually pull the trigger."