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HB1001 Hebrew To Negroes 1
This course taught every Fall Semester by the Author of Hebrews to Negroes, Ronald Dalton Jr., will explore the original Hebrews of the Bible. Students will look at how the Transatlantic Slave Trade was foretold in Scriptures and they understand those Africans who were enslaved in the Americas as Israelites, severed from their heritage. Israelites of all stripes today point to specific scriptures as prophetic proof of their ancestry, particularly Deuteronomy 28. This signature course will look through a prophetic lens foretelling of slavery and servitude in the Americas.
HB2001 Hebrew To Negroes 2
This is the second of a series of three courses taught by the Author of Hebrews to Negroes, Ronald Dalton Jr., will explore the original Hebrews of the Bible. Students will look at how the Transatlantic Slave Trade was foretold in Scriptures and they understand those Africans who were enslaved in the Americas as Israelites, severed from their heritage. Israelites of all stripes today point to specific scriptures as prophetic proof of their ancestry, particularly Deuteronomy 28. This signature course will look through a prophetic lens foretelling of slavery and servitude in the Americas.
HB3001 Hebrew To Negroes 3
This is the last of a series of three courses taught by the Author of Hebrews to Negroes, Ronald Dalton Jr., will explore the original Hebrews of the Bible. Students will look at how the Transatlantic Slave Trade was foretold in Scriptures and they understand those Africans who were enslaved in the Americas as Israelites, severed from their heritage. Israelites of all stripes today point to specific scriptures as prophetic proof of their ancestry, particularly Deuteronomy 28. This signature course will look through a prophetic lens foretelling of slavery and servitude in the Americas.
L1002 Paleo Hebrew Language
This Hebrew course aims to provide students with the basic tools and knowledge needed to read Ancient Hebrew without the help of vowels (dots); to understand basic texts; to be able to write (type) short basic sentences and to communicate verbally using very basic Hebrew vocabulary, grammar and sentence structure.
B1001 Curses of Deuteronomy 28: Expanded Edition
CH2001 Church History the Untold Truth
This class will examine the Assemblies from the close of the New Testament canon through Augustine in the West and the council of Chalcedon in the East. This class will also look at the reformation and post-reformation Assemblies from Martin Luther through the Puritans. The modern Assemblies from the first Great Awakening to the present will also be examined. A study that traces major trends and movements in the history of charismatic, word of faith, prophetic, apostolic and Hebrew Academy of Detroit thought. This class emphasizes church history with special emphasis given to how, in many regards, the euro-centric development of the church is the great fallen away of the Torah and the Messiah’s Message.
HR2001 Hermeneutics / Scripture Interpretation
In this class Foundational principles of effective Bible study will be applied for personal study and small group Bible study leadership. Observational skills of the English text will be developed through hands-on activities and assignments. Hermeneutical principles will be applied to various biblical genres with the goal of equipping the learner to interpret the text based on its historical/cultural and literary context. Application of the meaning of the text for spiritual formation will be emphasized as well. The first couple of weeks this class studies the biblical interpretation of inductive methods, genres, and research tools. Students will be able to determine the original meaning and contemporary significance of biblical texts (hermeneutics). Students will be able to identify allegories, parables, types, symbols, personifications, hyperboles, similes, metaphors, ironies, metonymies, synecdoche’s in the Bible. This class will give an introduction to biblical interpretation discussing inductive methods, genres, and research tools. This class also introduces you to the fundamentals of biblical exegesis (the detailed analysis of individual biblical texts).
B1002 Old Testament/Hebrew Scriptures
This is a study of Old Testament history, literature and theology with emphasis upon the historical development of key concepts of Old Testament biblical theology. It emphasizes the Pentateuch and historical books of the O.T., but also gives general attention to the prophets as well. During the last week an analysis of the many different approaches to the problem of how the two testaments interrelate or interface will be examined. Emphasis is on developing both lines of continuity and discontinuity between the Old and the New Testaments.
B1003 New Testament/Non-Greek View
This is a study of the leading themes of the New Testament as these themes correlate into a New Testament biblical theology. There will be an introduction to the study of the Gospels, emphasizing exegetical method. Students will become aware of the rudiments of historical, source, form, redaction and literary critical methods. They will also develop their own skills in the exegesis of Gospel texts with a view to biblical theology and the ministry of the Word. This class will look at an exegetical examination of the Acts of the Apostles with concentration on the biblical theology of the Book of the Acts, the historical background of events and the theological emphasis of the speeches. Special attention is given to the relationship between the Assemblies and Israel in the early Assemblies era. During this class will explore an introduction to the theory of translation and practice of exegesis from the Apostle Paul’s writings. Lastly, this course will focus on the study of the General Epistles (Hebrews-Revelation), emphasizing Greek exegesis and biblical theology. Students will consider the historical setting of these books and develop their exegetical skills by working with selected texts. Growth in doing biblical theology and expository ministry is also targeted. This class will also look at the interpretation of 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus in relationship to ministry and Assemblies life.
E1000 Hebrew Faith Apologetics/ Evangelism
This class is designed to develop the student’s knowledge and skill in Hebrew Faith evangelism and discipleship ministries. The class will examine personal as well as corporate models of evangelism and discipleship to Hebrew and Christian Communities. It also includes a study of various methods of evangelism focusing on equipping for personal one-on-one witnessing.
H3001 Hebrew Tribes of Africa
DN4000 Decoding E1B1a DNA
SN2000 Sacred Name/Tetragammatron Studies
CH3002 Paganism of the Christian Church
B2001 The Sabbaths
B3001 Biblical Feasts
H3030 Lost Tribes of Israel: Where are they today?
B4001 Biblical Law vs. Biblical Grace
ES3000 Eschatology: What Does It Mean for Hebrews?
During this course an exposition of the Apocalypse in view of genre, history of interpretation, structure and theological significance, will be looked at. This class will illustrate the prophetic movement from the Old Testament to the New Testament. Students you will gain insight into how the New Testament was foretold in the Old Testament and what it means for Hebrews today.
ED2001 Teaching Hebrew Faith to Children
W2220 Hebrew Worship for Singers & Musicians
W3000 Hebrew Worship and Arts
W4000 Hebrew Liturgical Dance
AS2000 Hebrew Arts and Culture
TH3001 Black Liberation Theology
CR3001 The Life & Teachings of the Messiah/Mashiach
This course will chronological study of the life and teachings of Yahusha The Messiah from the four gospels. Students will learn and exam his humanity. The course will include discussion of Yahusha' use of parables, his miraculous power, and the significance of his death and resurrection. An in-depth study of the theology of the person and work of Yahusha The Messiah (The Messiahology), humanity's origin, nature, and fall (Anthropology), and the nature, means, and process of humanity's salvation (Soteriology).
RL2999 Hebrew Camps, Cults & Comparative Religions
PC1003 Pastoral Counseling
HS3333 Gifts/Fruit of the Spirit
MN3000 5 Fold Ministry
SP1000 Spirituality Formation
DT1001 Biblical Dietary Customs
DT2001 Ecological Food and Farming Systems
HL4000 Homestead Living
BU1001 Introduction to Business/Entrepreneurship
BU2001 Economic Co-op
BU3001 Graphic Design
PR2020 The Prophetic Ministry
PR2030 Prophecies of the Hebrew People
SW3000 Deliverance / Inner Healing
GE4000 Flat vs. Spherical Earth: A Biblical Explanation
L1001 Greek Language
CH2002 Religious Polity
This class will study the five (5) main types of Assemblies government in the body of The Messiah today: Episcopalian, Presbyterian, Congregational, Apostolic and Independent.
M1000 Global Missions
SW2000 Spiritual Warfare
AD1200 Assembly/Church Administration
PR2200 Principles of Prayer
PM2300 Practical Ministry
W2200 Hebrew Sacerdotal Functions
W1000 Writing Classes
WT3999 Ancient Hebraic Womanhood
H4001 Hebrew Migration
PR2040 Prophetic History and Future of Judah
L2002 Modern Hebrew