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This course will explore the Feasts of the Bible and help students see and understand how Yah had a redemptive plan for mankind in mind from the beginning.

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This course will explore the Feasts of the Bible and help students see and understand how Yah had a redemptive plan for mankind in mind from the beginning. The feasts of Israel in the Old Testament point the way to Yah's appointed schedule with His people—reminding us of his provision and care in our lives. This Feasts of the Bible course identifies each key feast in the Bible, explains its significance, symbolism, timelessness, and purpose—all pointing to the Messiah.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Yah’s appointed Feasts.
  • Learn the significance, symbolism, and purpose of the Feasts.
  • Learn how the Messiah is connected to the Biblical Feasts.
  • Understand the difference between the Feasts and Man’s Holidays.

HA1000 Academy Foundational Course of Scribes SP 2024

CH2001 EARLY CHURCH HISTORY: THE UNTOLD STORY

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This class will examine how from the founding of the colonies to the declaration of the Supreme Court, America's heritage is built up on the principles of the oppressive Christian religion. This class will examine the deception from the close of the New Testament through Augustine in the West and the council of Chalcedon in the East to the reformation and post-reformation Assemblies from Martin Luther through the Puritans. 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.


ED7004 The Religious Instruction of the Negroes SP24

PR2200 Principles of Hebraic Prayer SP24

This Class Starts May 14, 2024

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The class will focus on why we are here, who is who & the tell-tale signs, why we are treated the way we have been treated,  the overall Great Awakening

What you'll learn

1. Why are we here? Who are we? Who are they?

2. Why all the hostility towards us?

3. Why we must turn back to the Ancient Path

4. Who is the Crafty Counsel and What have they been up to?

AP1000 Ancient Path Preparation Foundational Course, required by all students. Explores the People of the Diaspora and the Great Hebrew Awakening. Studies why we are dispersed, how we were dispersed, where we were dispersed to. It investigates who is who in the scriptures. The course shows how the idioms found in the so-called Black or African-American community are glaringly clear in the Bible telling us that “We The People”. Investigates the Psalms 83 and the crafty counsel of the nations who are against the true people of Yahuah.


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).

What you'll learn

  • -Identifying and performing key steps to understanding Yah’s truth revealed in Scripture according to the Interpretive Journey as outlined
    -Show proficiency in observation skills by being exposed to grammatical and literary structures in the text.
    -Demonstrating an ability to use biblical reference tools to aid in the interpretation process.
    -8 Weeks of Instructions.


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).
What you'll learn
-Identifying and performing key steps to understanding Yah’s truth revealed in Scripture according to the Interpretive Journey as outlined
-Show proficiency in observation skills by being exposed to grammatical and literary structures in the text.
-Demonstrating an ability to use biblical reference tools to aid in the interpretation process.
-8 Weeks of Instructions.


First Annual Precious Qodesh Purity Program and formal Graduation Ball

Precious Qodesh Bath Yahar'el

Exodus 19:5-6

Now if you obey me fully and keep my covenant, then out of all nations you will be my treasured possession. 

Although the whole earth is mine, you will be for me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation.  These are the words you are to speak to the Israelites.

Is Christianity a natural belief system of the American so-called Blacks?  How did it evolve into what we know and practice today?

This course will review the topics of the rise of Denominationalism, Whitewashed Christianity, Christianity and Slavery, the Rise of the Black Church, the American Gospel & White Nationalism, Hyper-Spirituality in Christendom, the American Gospel & Whit Nationalism, and the Fall from Grace.


2024 Great Awakening International Morim/Morot Training

We have developed a vetting process that is thorough and stringent. This process will

ensure that we have complete transparency throughout the Great Awakening. These

checks are reserved for all leaders in the Great Awakening International. Additionally,

the Great Awakening will be using a specialist vetting service to check the history of

current and future potential leaders.



We have developed a vetting process that is thorough and stringent. This process will

ensure that we have complete transparency throughout the Great Awakening. These

checks are reserved for all leaders in the Great Awakening International. Additionally,

the Great Awakening will be using a specialist vetting service to check the history of

current and future potential leaders.

TR9001 Talmidim of Teshuvah WI24

PR2200 Principles of Hebraic Prayer WI24

This Class Starts February 20, 2024

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The class will focus on why we are here, who is who & the tell-tale signs, why we are treated the way we have been treated,  the overall Great Awakening

What you'll learn

1. Why are we here? Who are we? Who are they?

2. Why all the hostility towards us?

3. Why we must turn back to the Ancient Path

4. Who is the Crafty Counsel and What have they been up to?

AP1000 Ancient Path Preparation Foundational Course, required by all students. Explores the People of the Diaspora and the Great Hebrew Awakening. Studies why we are dispersed, how we were dispersed, where we were dispersed to. It investigates who is who in the scriptures. The course shows how the idioms found in the so-called Black or African-American community are glaringly clear in the Bible telling us that “We The People”. Investigates the Psalms 83 and the crafty counsel of the nations who are against the true people of Yahuah.



About this course

This class will examine how from the founding of the colonies to the declaration of the Supreme Court, America's heritage is built up on the principles of the oppressive Christian religion. This class will examine the deception from the close of the New Testament through Augustine in the West and the council of Chalcedon in the East to the reformation and post-reformation Assemblies from Martin Luther through the Puritans. 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.


GE4000 Hebrew Cosmology

Is it possible to believe in the Bible and the Heliocentric (Spherical) Design of the Earth? What does the Bible say about the Geocentric (Flat Earth) Design of the earth? There has been a recent resurgence in the belief that the earth is flat. From their geographical and historical context, the ancient Hebrews had a flat-earth cosmology. From the very beginning, biblical characters have been flat-earthers, to believe otherwise is to deny the literal truth of the Bible......

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This is class is designed to go through biblical and scientific evidence presented for a flat earth is fourfold and includes 1) the firmament, 2) the waters and the heavens above, 3) the earth being immovable, and 4) specific texts that refer to a flat earth. This class will present the evidence by placing ideas from different verses together, and by presenting accompanying assumptions as well as a biblical evaluation. The evaluation will draw from a range of scholarships to minimize bias.

What you'll learn

  • We will look at how the ancient Hebrews had the Egyptians to the southwest and the Babylonians to the northeast. Both civilizations had flat-earth cosmologies. The Biblical cosmology closely parallels the Sumero-Babylonian cosmology, and it may also draw upon Egyptian cosmology. 
  • We will explore how the Genesis creation story provides the first key to the Hebrew cosmology. The order of creation makes no sense from a conventional perspective but is perfectly logical from a flat-earth viewpoint.
  • We will look at a range of original sources, history of flat-Earth beliefs---from the Babylonians to the present day---raises issues central to the history and philosophy of science, and its relationship to the Bible.
  • We will look at a range of original sources, history of flat-Earth beliefs---from the Babylonians to the present day---raises issues central to the history and philosophy of science, and its relationship to the Bible.  
  • We will explore scriptures that are commonly cited by geocentrists and flat-earthers. The Biblical view is geocentricity with further restrictions. There are very few scriptures that support the earth's sphericity in the Bible.
  • We will look at the order of creation, the vault of heaven (firmament), the shape of the earth, celestial bodies, sun, moon, stars, the Book of Enoch. 
  • In the class we will study the Bible in its literary context as well as in its ancient historical, religious, social and cultural context. The Bible was not written with twenty-first-century concerns or questions in mind. The Bible was written in Hebrew, Greek, or Aramaic to ancient peoples who lived in the wider Mediterranean society.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.


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).

What you'll learn

  • -Identifying and performing key steps to understanding Yah’s truth revealed in Scripture according to the Interpretive Journey as outlined
    -Show proficiency in observation skills by being exposed to grammatical and literary structures in the text.
    -Demonstrating an ability to use biblical reference tools to aid in the interpretation process.
    -8 Weeks of Instructions.


E1001 HEBREW APOLOGETICS - DEFENDING THE LAW

Want to know how to defend your Hebraic faith? Want to share the awakening message effectively with others? This course will be your guide to learn to do just that. This course is designed to equip the Hebrew Believer with foundational training in how to strategically and accurately defend their Hebrew identity and the sacred Word of Yah.

This Class Starts February 20, 2024

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In this course students will learn how to defend the Law. Almost all of the Christian world regards Paul's letters as "proof" that we need not concern ourselves with keeping Yah's Torah/law. This is a major mistake that must be addressed thoroughly. It is often more difficult for a person to 'unlearn error' than to 'learn truth.' This course will give you a proper understanding of Ceremonial Laws, Moral Law, Dietary Laws, and Judgment Laws, and Sacrificial Laws. Additionally, you’ll learn how to defend the Laws of Yah and accurately share it with others. This class is designed to develop the student’s knowledge and skill in Hebrew Faith apologetics.

What you'll learn

  • What you'll learn
  • why ethnicity places an important role in the scriptures
  • personal as well as models of historical, linguistic, cultural, and biblical methodologies of defending the Hebraic faith.
  • tools and techniques to share the awakening message with others from a scholarly and biblical perspective.
  • about “the law” as the compilation of decrees found in the first five books of the Bible.
  • whether the Messiah fulfilled the law and is it still relevant 
  • how to exegete the scriptures to extrapolate the proper understanding of the Law (s)
  • how to share and defend the law against Sola Fide, Sola Gratia, and Solus Chistus believers
  • how Grace, Faith, and the Law works hand and hand
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

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COR400 Practical Research and Methodology W4: The purpose of this course is to fine-tune and finalize your research design and your practicum event project to include justification for the decision chosen. Basic theories and accepted practices that are necessary to design an appropriate research study will be explored. Concepts addressed will include qualitative and quantitative research designs, appropriate methodologies used with those designs, the analysis of data, drawing defensible conclusions, and identifying the limitations of your study.   

Thematic Course 4 (for fourth-week students)

The course is entitled, “Mastering Methodology.” This course is designed to lay the foundations of good empirical research in the social sciences. It does not deal with specific techniques per se, but rather with the assumptions and the logic underlying social research. Students become acquainted with a variety of approaches to research design and are helped to develop their own research projects and to evaluate the products of empirical research.


Thematic Course 3 (for third-week students)

The course is entitled, “Journey Towards Writing the Literature Review” The literature review sets the stage for the entire dissertation by systematically presenting the background information formulating the basis of and outlining the methodology and expected outcomes of the proposed research project. This course will guide students through evaluating and organizing the annotated bibliography to help build the argument of the proposal, identify the gaps in current knowledge, and support their overall thesis.


Thematic Course 1 (for first-week students)

The course is entitled, "Leadership: Collaborative Team Building”. The purpose of this course is to provide aspiring leaders with the skills to develop leadership qualities in themselves and others in order to cultivate a culture of collaboration within their organizations and within the community at large.


COR300 Theoretical Principles W3: The purpose of this course is to help you decide the focus of your project and those questions that need more exploration. You are expected to reflect theologically, biblically, Hebraically, philosophically, ecclesiastically, and politically in light of the literature of the experts related to your project and write your theory of the conceptual framework.


DT2001 Growing Greatness: Making Medicines & Cultivating Cures WI2024

This course is designed to provide an appreciation for the contribution of plants to traditional (alternative) and modern medicines.  In order to achieve this, we will examine: historical and cultural aspects of plants and medicine, therapeutic uses of plants, beneficial effects of some food plants, contribution of medicinal plants to alternative and modern medicines

B1002 Hebrew Scriptures FA23

TR9001 Talmidim of Teshuvah FA23

AP1000 ANCIENT PATH PREPARATION FOUNDATIONS-FA23

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The class will focus on why we are here, who is who & the tell-tale signs, why we are treated the way we have been treated,  the overall Great Awakening

What you'll learn

1. Why are we here? Who are we? Who are they?
2. Why all the hostility towards us?
3. Why we must turn back to the Ancient Path
4. Who is the Crafty Counsel and What have they been up to?

AP1000 Ancient Path Preparation Foundational Course, required by all students. Explores the People of the Diaspora and the Great Hebrew Awakening. Studies why we are dispersed, how we were dispersed, where we were dispersed to. It investigates who is who in the scriptures. The course shows how the idioms found in the so-called Black or African-American community are glaringly clear in the Bible telling us that “We The People”. Investigates the Psalms 83 and the crafty counsel of the nations who are against the true people of Yahuah.



PR2200 Principles of Hebraic Prayer FA23

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).

What you'll learn

  • -Identifying and performing key steps to understanding Yah’s truth revealed in Scripture according to the Interpretive Journey as outlined
    -Show proficiency in observation skills by being exposed to grammatical and literary structures in the text.
    -Demonstrating an ability to use biblical reference tools to aid in the interpretation process.
    -8 Weeks of Instructions.


HA1000 Academy Foundational Course of Scribes FA23-1

This course begins on Sunday, October 29, 2023 at 12pm EST

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4-week Foundational course required by all students during the first quarter of enrollment. Knowledge and resources essential for academic success at Hebrew Academy International. Includes foundational skills for future coursework, including use of the libraries, JSTOR, grammar check, plagiarism check, citation formatting, and academic advising.




L1002 Ancient Paleo Hebrew: Beginning

This 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 short basic sentences and communicate verbally using very basic Hebrew vocabulary.

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Why aren’t people of color included in the history of the Church? During the Eurocentric expanse of Christianity, what was happening in Central and West Africa among the original Hebrews?

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This class will examine how from the founding of the colonies to the declaration of the Supreme Court, America's heritage is built up on the principles of the oppressive Christian religion. This class will examine the deception from the close of the New Testament through Augustine in the West and the council of Chalcedon in the East to the reformation and post-reformation Assemblies from Martin Luther through the Puritans. 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.


ED7002 Learning Styles of the Hebrew
This major course is required by all students enrolled in the Ph.D. program and various Master of Arts programs.  This course will  explore the various learning styles of People of the Diaspora. Participants will concentrate on the way that Hebrews learn mainly the Hebrew male. A strong look will be taken at the conspiracy to destroy "black boys" through the Europeanized school systems and ways to counter it.


This Class Starts November 2, 2023

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The Theme Course (varies in each ERW) is a seminar developed around topics of interest and importance to Hebraic researchers and leaders*. Topics are selected based on your interests and needs and that of the program and will be designed to challenge your thinking and enhance your research and practice in the way of Torah. The thematic courses will include a bibliography to enlarge your knowledge of each theme. You will be expected to prepare for each theme course by doing preparatory reading; there may be other requirements during the week.  Following the completion of the theme course, you will develop a scholarly summary paper integrating the material from the course and your own experience during the ERW.  Six (6) Theme Courses and summary papers are required for the PhD degree.



*Such themes will include spirituality, leadership, racism and the Torah studies, and a nuclear world.


Introduction to the Ph.D. I

The purpose of this course is to orient you and the other new students to one another, the Hebrew Academy International, and to the HAI PhD process. This course is designed to aid you, the researcher and practitioner, to better evaluate yourself and your ministry setting as you develop your theory for your project.


The Theme Course (varies in each ERW) is a seminar developed around topics of interest and importance to Hebraic researchers and leaders*. Topics are selected based on your interests and needs and that of the program and will be designed to challenge your thinking and enhance your research and practice in the way of Torah. The thematic courses will include a bibliography to enlarge your knowledge of each theme. You will be expected to prepare for each theme course by doing preparatory reading; there may be other requirements during the week.  Following the completion of the theme course, you will develop a scholarly summary paper integrating the material from the course and your own experience during the ERW.  Six (6) Theme Courses and summary papers are required for the Ph.D. degree.



*Such themes will include spirituality, leadership, racism and the Torah studies, and a nuclear world.


COR200/ERW2; INTRODUCTION TO THE PHD II: CLARIFYING THE CALL; 9:00AM - 5:30PM; SEPTEMBER 18-22, 2023

The purpose of this course is to orient you and the other new students to one another, the Hebrew Academy International, and the HAI PhD process. This course is designed to aid you, the researcher and practitioner, to better evaluate yourself and your ministry setting as you develop your theory for your project.

The purpose of this course is to guide you into the process of developing a proposal for the doctoral project, which will form the basis of your dissertation.  

The purpose of this course is to guide you into the process of developing a proposal for the doctoral project, which will form the basis of your dissertation.

The student who successfully completes this course of study should be able to:

  1. Identify a research topic that is both Hebraically relevant and academically credible;
  2. Formulate a researchable problem and its related research questions (or testable hypotheses);
  3. Create a substantial topic-focused bibliography by applying effective library research strategies.
  4.  Evaluate methods for collecting, analyzing, and interpreting research-generated data, in reference to resolving a proposed research problem and answering its related research questions (or testable hypotheses);
  5. Write a credible research prospectus that summarizes the previous four learning outcomes.
  6.  Develop a methodology chapter that reflects a comprehensive best-practice research strategy for resolving the proposed study’s research problem.



Thematic Seminar Course (September 2023)

Dr. Kirsten Grant

The Theme Courses (varies in each ERW) is a seminar developed around topics of interest and importance to Hebraic researchers and leaders. Topics are selected based on students’ interest and needs and that of the program and will be designed to challenge their thinking and enhance their research and practice in the way of Torah. The thematic courses should include a bibliography to enlarge their knowledge of each theme.


AP1000 ANCIENT PATH PREPARATION FOUNDATIONS-SU23

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The class will focus on why we are here, who is who & the tell-tale signs, why we are treated the way we have been treated,  the overall Great Awakening

What you'll learn

  • 1. Why are we here? Who are we? Who are they?
    2. Why all the hostility towards us?
    3. Why we must turn back to the Ancient Path
    4. Who is the Crafty Counsel and What have they been up to?

AP1000 Ancient Path Preparation Foundational Course, required by all students. Explores the People of the Diaspora and the Great Hebrew Awakening. Studies why we are dispersed, how we were dispersed, where we were dispersed to. It investigates who is who in the scriptures. The course shows how the idioms found in the so-called Black or African-American community are glaringly clear in the Bible telling us that “We The People”. Investigates the Psalms 83 and the crafty counsel of the nations who are against the true people of Yahuah.



B1002 Old Testament/Hebrew Scriptures

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The class will focus on each book of the Hebrew Bible where students will study the critical issues surrounding these books, and be able to discuss their place within the biblical traditions.



Principles of a Hebraic Prayer

This Class Starts July 18, 2023

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You will examine Scriptural teaching on prayer, learning that a humble prayer and Bible saturated life/marriage/family/assembly/ministry is the only path Yah has designed for His Children.

Scripture Interpretation

This Class Starts July 18, 2023

6:00 pm EST

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This course sets out to immerse the student in understanding the foundational principles of effective Bible study that will be applied for personal study and small group Bible study leadership. Observational skills of the English and Hebraic text will be developed through hands-on activities and assignments. Hebraic 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 HA1000 Academy Foundational Course of Scribe course 4-week Foundational course.  

This Class Starts July 18, 2023

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The Curses of Deuteronomy 28: Expanded Edition course 8-week Foundational course is a detailed explanation of Deuteronomy the twenty-eighth and how it relates to the condition of the Israelites of the Diaspora.  This class explores what The Most High did to our people and what He has allowed other people to do to us and why.

This Class Starts July 23, 2023

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The Mis-Education of the Negro major course 6-week course required by all students enrolled in the Ph.D. program and various Master of Arts programs. This course will explore the People of the Diaspora and the Great Hebrew Awakening. We will take a look at how slavery and the unjust system of racial apartheid not only injured those of the Diaspora opportunities and infringed upon their civil rights, but it destroyed their sense of identity and self-worth. One of the keys to lifting up Yah’s people is to educate them about their history and their place as The Chosen People of the Scriptures. The Diaspora of the United States  is plagued by many of the things, including impoverished so-called Black communities, inadequate schools, and poor job opportunities.

This Class Starts July 20, 2023

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The Psych & Development of the Learner/Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome course 6-week Foundational course required by all students enrolled in the Ph.D. program and various Master of Arts programs. This course will explore the People of the Diaspora and the Great Hebrew Awakening. We will take a look at the negative psychological affects and emotional damage that slavery and post slavery has caused among the Yisharael. The physical shackles of slavery have been removed but there is the lingering mental shackles that we have yet to overcome.

This Class Starts July 16, 2023

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COR200/ERW2; INTRODUCTION TO THE PHD II: CLARIFYING THE CALL; 9:00AM - 5:30PM; MAY 22-26, 2023

We have an exciting schedule outlined for PhD students for Emergent Residency Week.

Moreh Zamar Yashar'el will lead the PhD students and faculty into worship each morning

Dr. Demetria Lambert will teach the Thematic Seminar Courses for  Week 2 Students

Core Courses 200 will be led by Dr. Kenneth Howard

COR100/ERW1

INTRODUCTION TO PHD I: FOUNDATIONS; 9:00AM - 5:30PM; MAY 22-26, 2023

Dr. Kenneth Howard will be the Instructor for PhD Program Core Course during our Emergent Residency Week MAY 22-26, 2023.

Core courses coincide with your stage in the process. Your first two courses will introduce you to the PhD Process and Clarifying Your Call to do research for the Hebrew Community and beyond.  During the second two courses you will take Theoretical Foundations and Practical Research and Methodology. In your third two courses you will take courses that focus on implementing your Practicum Event and completing the final document.  The last course is presenting your work and planning future use thereof.

COR100 Introduction to the PhD I (May 2023) The purpose of this course is to orient you and the other new students to one another, the Hebrew Academy International, and to the HAI PhD process. This course is designed to aid you, the researcher and practitioner, to better evaluate yourself and your ministry setting as you develop your theory for your project.

Hebrew Tribes of Africa

Spring 2023

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In this course, you will examine various African tribes with Hebrew origins.  You will also examine how to identify Hebrew tribes in Africa through knowledge of Hebraic temple worship and ritual, which of these tribes were taken into the diaspora via the trans-Atlantic and trans-Saharan slave trades and how these tribes are reclaiming and proclaiming their Biblical Destiny today.


E1000 HEBREW APOLOGETICS Defending Yahusha as the Mashiach SP23

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Understanding The Bible

UNDERSTANDING THE BIBLE

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The Bible is the history of the Hebrews.  It contains some of the world's most widely read literature, and has influenced art, literature, law and politics, as well as religious traditions.  This survey of Hebrew Scriptures and the Brit Ha Dasha will pay particular attention to the function of the Torah, the Gospels, and the Bible as ancient and modern scriptures.



Scripture Interpretation

This Class Starts May 1, 2023

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This course sets out to immerse the student in understanding the foundational principles of effective Bible study that will be applied for personal study and small group Bible study leadership. Observational skills of the English and Hebraic text will be developed through hands-on activities and assignments. Hebraic 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.

HA1000 Academy Foundational Course of Scribes FA22-3

This course begins on Tuesday, April 25, 2023 at 6pm EST

4-week Foundational course required by all students during the first quarter of enrollment. Knowledge and resources essential for academic success at Hebrew Academy International. Includes foundational skills for future coursework, including use of the libraries, JSTOR, grammar check, plagiarism check, citation formatting, and academic advising.


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The class will focus on why we are here, who is who & the tell-tale signs, why we are treated the way we have been treated,  the overall Great Awakening

What you'll learn

  • 1. Why are we here? Who are we? Who are they?
    2. Why all the hostility towards us?
    3. Why we must turn back to the Ancient Path
    4. Who is the Crafty Counsel and What have they been up to?

AP1000 Ancient Path Preparation Foundational Course, required by all students. Explores the People of the Diaspora and the Great Hebrew Awakening. Studies why we are dispersed, how we were dispersed, where we were dispersed to. It investigates who is who in the scriptures. The course shows how the idioms found in the so-called Black or African-American community are glaringly clear in the Bible telling us that “We The People”. Investigates the Psalms 83 and the crafty counsel of the nations who are against the true people of Yahuah.


B1002 Old Testament/Hebrew Scriptures

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The class will focus on each book of the Hebrew Bible where students will study the critical issues surrounding these books, and be able to discuss their place within the biblical traditions.


Talmidim of Teshuvah

This Class Starts April 27, 2023

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Talmidim of Teshuvah is a beginners course which will expound on the elements of Teshuvah (turning back to the laws, statutes, and commandments of our Creator) for those who endeavor to be Talmidim or disciples.  This course will help guide the student in not just what to believe and why we believe it, but also how to walk it out (Halakhah) righteously.

Principles of a Hebraic Prayer

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You will examine Scriptural teaching on prayer, learning that a humble prayer and Bible saturated life/marriage/family/assembly/ministry is the only path Yah has designed for His Children.


HR2001 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.

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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).

What you'll learn

  • -Identifying and performing key steps to understanding Yah’s truth revealed in Scripture according to the Interpretive Journey as outlined
    -Show proficiency in observation skills by being exposed to grammatical and literary structures in the text.
    -Demonstrating an ability to use biblical reference tools to aid in the interpretation process.
    -8 Weeks of Instructions.


E1000M HEBREW APOLOGETICS

Want to know how to defend your Hebraic faith? Want to share the awakening message effectively with others? This course will be your guide to learn to do just that. This course is designed to equip the Hebrew Believer with foundational training in how to strategically and accurately defend their Hebrew identity and the sacred Word of Yah.

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In this course students will learn how to defend the Law. Almost all of the Christian world regards Paul's letters as "proof" that we need not concern ourselves with keeping Yah's Torah/law. This is a major mistake that must be addressed thoroughly. It is often more difficult for a person to 'unlearn error' than to 'learn truth.' This course will give you a proper understanding of Ceremonial Laws, Moral Law, Dietary Laws, and Judgment Laws, and Sacrificial Laws. Additionally, you’ll learn how to defend the Laws of Yah and accurately share it with others. This class is designed to develop the student’s knowledge and skill in Hebrew Faith apologetics.

What you'll learn

  • What you'll learn
  • why ethnicity places an important role in the scriptures
  • personal as well as models of historical, linguistic, cultural, and biblical methodologies of defending the Hebraic faith.
  • tools and techniques to share the awakening message with others from a scholarly and biblical perspective.
  • about “the law” as the compilation of decrees found in the first five books of the Bible.
  • whether the Messiah fulfilled the law and is it still relevant 
  • how to exegete the scriptures to extrapolate the proper understanding of the Law (s)
  • how to share and defend the law against Sola Fide, Sola Gratia, and Solus Chistus believers
  • how Grace, Faith, and the Law works hand and hand
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

HERMENEUTICS / SCRIPTURE INTERPRETATION

Academy Foundational Course of Scribes

Wednesdays

4-week Foundational course required by all students during the first quarter of enrollment. Knowledge and resources essential for academic success at Hebrew Academy International. Includes foundational skills for future coursework, including use of the libraries, JSTOR, grammar check, plagiarism check, citation formatting, and academic advising.


Old Testament/Hebrew Scriptures

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The class will focus on each book of the Hebrew Bible where students will study the critical issues surrounding these books, and be able to discuss their place within the biblical traditions.


Principles of a Hebraic Prayer

You will examine Scriptural teaching on prayer, learning that a humble prayer and Bible saturated life/marriage/family/assembly/ministry is the only path Yah has designed for His Children.

Understanding The Bible

UNDERSTANDING THE BIBLE

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The Bible is the history of the Hebrews.  It contains some of the world's most widely read literature, and has influenced art, literature, law and politics, as well as religious traditions.  This survey of Hebrew Scriptures and the Brit Ha Dasha will pay particular attention to the function of the Torah, the Gospels, and the Bible as ancient and modern scriptures.


AP1000 ANCIENT PATH PREPARATION FOUNDATIONS-Winter 2023

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The class will focus on why we are here, who is who & the tell-tale signs, why we are treated the way we have been treated,  the overall Great Awakening

What you'll learn

  • 1. Why are we here? Who are we? Who are they?
    2. Why all the hostility towards us?
    3. Why we must turn back to the Ancient Path
    4. Who is the Crafty Counsel and What have they been up to?

AP1000 Ancient Path Preparation Foundational Course, required by all students. Explores the People of the Diaspora and the Great Hebrew Awakening. Studies why we are dispersed, how we were dispersed, where we were dispersed to. It investigates who is who in the scriptures. The course shows how the idioms found in the so-called Black or African-American community are glaringly clear in the Bible telling us that “We The People”. Investigates the Psalms 83 and the crafty counsel of the nations who are against the true people of Yahuah.


Academy Foundational Course of Scribes

4-week Foundational course required by all students during the first quarter of enrollment. Knowledge and resources essential for academic success at Hebrew Academy International. Includes foundational skills for future coursework, including use of the libraries, JSTOR, grammar check, plagiarism check, citation formatting, and academic advising.

Hebrew Apologetics: Defending the Law 

L1001 Paleo Hebrew Language Beginning

Students will look at how the Transatlantic Slave Trade was foretold in Scriptures and they will 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.

H2N I

Dr. Kenneth Howard will be the Instructor for PhD Program Core Course during our Emergent Residency Week January 9-13, 2023.

Core courses coincide with your stage in the process. Your first two courses will introduce you to the PhD Process and Clarifying Your Call to do research for the Hebrew Community and beyond.  During the second two courses you will take Theoretical Foundations and Practical Research and Methodology. In your third two courses you will take courses that focus on implementing your Practicum Event and completing the final document.  The last course is presenting your work and planning future use thereof.

COR100 Introduction to the PhD I (January 2023) The purpose of this course is to orient you and the other new students to one another, the Hebrew Academy International, and to the HAI PhD process. This course is designed to aid you, the researcher and practitioner, to better evaluate yourself and your ministry setting as you develop your theory for your project.


The Hebrew Academy International PhD program welcomes Dr. Demetria Lambert as our Guest Instructor for PhD Program Thematic Seminar Course during our Emergent Residency Week January 9-13, 2023.

The Theme Course (varies in each ERW) is a seminar developed around topics of interest and importance to Hebraic researchers and leaders. Topics are selected based on students’ interest and needs and that of the program and will be designed to challenge their thinking and enhance their research and practice in the way of Torah. The thematic courses should include a bibliography to enlarge their knowledge of each theme.

Dr. Lambert, a Torah-observant Hebrew believer, will be the Guest Instructor for the PhD Emergent Residency Week. The course is entitled, "Leadership: Collaborative Team Building. The purpose of this course is to provide aspiring leaders with the skills to develop leadership qualities in themselves and others in order to cultivate a culture of collaboration within their organizations and within the community at large.

The course will primarily focus on collaborative team-building which will utilize exercises, practices and experiential learning to support a culture of excellence and sustainability. There will be a Torah based tie in in most activities and exercises, making the connection from scriptural leadership to corporate and the marketplace.

Practices include the following:

  1. Understanding the pitfalls of old cultural power dynamics and exploring the benefits of the new paradigm of “power-with” in order to promote a collaborative work environment.
  2. Implementing collaborative team building skills to be utilized within the required tasks of the course, and later in the workplace.
  3. Team-building for productivity, efficiency and sustainability.
  4. Facilitating efficient, productive meetings that promote inclusion, connection and honesty.
  5. Obtaining the importance of “buy-in” from team members by incorporating meeting structures and agreements that promote inclusion, connection and feedback.
  6. Inviting dissent and creating honest feedback to develop trust within teams.
  7. Practicing collaborative communication and relationship building through situational role plays.
  8. Working with colleagues to establish shared purpose and goals through understanding and honoring the needs and commitments of each team member.
  9. Clarifying and agreeing on team members’ roles.


HA1000 Academy Foundational Course of Scribes FA22-4

This course begins on Friday, December 2, 2022 at 7pm EST

4-week Foundational course required by all students during the first quarter of enrollment. Knowledge and resources essential for academic success at Hebrew Academy International. Includes foundational skills for future coursework, including use of the libraries, JSTOR, grammar check, plagiarism check, citation formating, and academic advising.


HA1000 Academy Foundational Course of Scribes FA22-3

This course begins on Sunday, November 27, 2022 at 2pm EST

4-week Foundational course required by all students during the first quarter of enrollment. Knowledge and resources essential for academic success at Hebrew Academy International. Includes foundational skills for future coursework, including use of the libraries, JSTOR, grammar check, plagiarism check, citation formating, and academic advising.


HA1000/AF1000 Academy Foundational Course of Scribe 4-week Foundational course required by all students during the first quarter of enrollment. Knowledge and resources essential for academic success at Hebrew Academy International. Includes foundational skills for future coursework, including use of the libraries, JSTOR, grammar check, plagiarism check, and academic advising.

HA1000 Academy Foundational Course of Scribes FA22-2

This course begins on Friday, November 4, 2022 at 6pm

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This is class is designed to go through biblical Spring Feast of Yahuah.

GE4000 Hebrew Cosmology

Is it possible to believe in the Bible and the Heliocentric (Spherical) Design of the Earth? What does the Bible say about the Geocentric (Flat Earth) Design of the earth? There has been a recent resurgence in the belief that the earth is flat. From their geographical and historical context, the ancient Hebrews had a flat-earth cosmology. From the very beginning, biblical characters have been flat-earthers, to believe otherwise is to deny the literal truth of the Bible......

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This is class is designed to go through biblical and scientific evidence presented for a flat earth is fourfold and includes 1) the firmament, 2) the waters and the heavens above, 3) the earth being immovable, and 4) specific texts that refer to a flat earth. This class will present the evidence by placing ideas from different verses together, and by presenting accompanying assumptions as well as a biblical evaluation. The evaluation will draw from a range of scholarships to minimize bias.

What you'll learn

  • We will look at how the ancient Hebrews had the Egyptians to the southwest and the Babylonians to the northeast. Both civilizations had flat-earth cosmologies. The Biblical cosmology closely parallels the Sumero-Babylonian cosmology, and it may also draw upon Egyptian cosmology. 
  • We will explore how the Genesis creation story provides the first key to the Hebrew cosmology. The order of creation makes no sense from a conventional perspective but is perfectly logical from a flat-earth viewpoint.
  • We will look at a range of original sources, history of flat-Earth beliefs---from the Babylonians to the present day---raises issues central to the history and philosophy of science, and its relationship to the Bible.
  • We will look at a range of original sources, history of flat-Earth beliefs---from the Babylonians to the present day---raises issues central to the history and philosophy of science, and its relationship to the Bible.  
  • We will explore scriptures that are commonly cited by geocentrists and flat-earthers. The Biblical view is geocentricity with further restrictions. There are very few scriptures that support the earth's sphericity in the Bible.
  • We will look at the order of creation, the vault of heaven (firmament), the shape of the earth, celestial bodies, sun, moon, stars, the Book of Enoch. 
  • In the class we will study the Bible in its literary context as well as in its ancient historical, religious, social and cultural context. The Bible was not written with twenty-first-century concerns or questions in mind. The Bible was written in Hebrew, Greek, or Aramaic to ancient peoples who lived in the wider Mediterranean society.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

E1000 HEBREW APOLOGETICS


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The class will focus on what Teshuvah is (definition) as well as how Teshuvah is found throughout the scriptures. Also, we will deal with the necessity of Teshuvah and how Yah left “breadcrumbs” for us to get back to Him and return.

What you'll learn

  • 1. What is Teshuvah?
    2. Is Teshuvah connected to salvation?
    3. How do I make Teshuvah?
    4. Are there hidden meanings of Teshuvah within the Aleph Beyt?

CH2001 EARLY CHURCH HISTORY: THE UNTOLD STORY

Why aren’t people of color included in the history of the Church? During the Eurocentric expanse of Christianity, what was happening in Central and West Africa among the original Hebrews?




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This class will examine how from the founding of the colonies to the declaration of the Supreme Court, America's heritage is built up on the principles of the oppressive Christian religion. This class will examine the deception from the close of the New Testament through Augustine in the West and the council of Chalcedon in the East to the reformation and post-reformation Assemblies from Martin Luther through the Puritans. 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.


B1002 OLD TESTAMENT / HEBREW SCRIPTURES

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The class will focus on each book of the Hebrew Bible,  study the critical issues surrounding these books, and discuss their place within the biblical traditions.

This course is an introductory course in the Hebrew Scriptures.  Students will read representative sections of each book of the Hebrew Bible and become familiar with the relevant critical issues and debates.  Students will be introduced to the basic tenets of biblical exegesis. By the end of this course, successful students will have read representative sections of each book of the Hebrew Bible, studied the critical issues surrounding these books, and be able to discuss their place within the biblical traditions.  This will include knowledge of the documentary hypothesis and the Deuteronomistic history, as well as a basic understanding of the historical events underlying the biblical accounts.  Students will have the opportunity to reflect on how these learnings might influence their area of ministry in the Awakening.

What you'll learn

  • Classes will be a mixture of lecture and discussion,
  • occasional in-class small group work.
  • While much new material will be presented by the instructor, all students are expected to contribute their knowledge, experience, and insights.      
  • Students will conduct some individual research outside of class.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

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Hebrew Scriptures course is an introductory course in the Hebrew Scriptures. By the end of this course, successful students will have read representative sections of each book of the Hebrew Bible, studied the critical issues surrounding these books, and be able to discuss their place within the biblical traditions.  This will include knowledge of the documentary hypothesis and the Deuteronomistic history, as well as a basic understanding of the historical events underlying the biblical accounts. Students will have the opportunity to reflect on how these learnings might influence their area of ministry in the Awakening.


AP1000 ANCIENT PATH PREPARATION FOUNDATIONS

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The class will focus on why we are here, who is who & the tell-tale signs, why we are treated the way we have been treated,  the overall Great Awakening

What you'll learn

  • 1. Why are we here? Who are we? Who are they?
    2. Why all the hostility towards us?
    3. Why we must turn back to the Ancient Path
    4. Who is the Crafty Counsel and What have they been up to?

AP1000 Ancient Path Preparation Foundational Course, required by all students. Explores the People of the Diaspora and the Great Hebrew Awakening. Studies why we are dispersed, how we were dispersed, where we were dispersed to. It investigates who is who in the scriptures. The course shows how the idioms found in the so-called Black or African-American community are glaringly clear in the Bible telling us that “We The People”. Investigates the Psalms 83 and the crafty counsel of the nations who are against the true people of Yahuah.

TR9000 THE BEAUTY OF TESHUVAH

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The class will focus on what Teshuvah is (definition) as well as how Teshuvah is found throughout the scriptures. Also, we will deal with the necessity of Teshuvah and how Yah left “breadcrumbs” for us to get back to Him and return.

What you'll learn

  • 1. What is Teshuvah?
    2. Is Teshuvah connected to salvation?
    3. How do I make Teshuvah?
    4. Are there hidden meanings of Teshuvah within the Aleph Beyt?

M1000 THE HEBRAIC CALL TO MISSIONS

Matthew 28:18-20 is known as “The Great Commission” but what does this mean for the awakened Hebrew? What does The Great Commission mean in a Hebraic context? What does evangelism mean in the awakening?

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In this new course Minister Onleilove Chika Alston, MSW, M.Div. will share about the importance of missions and evangelism in a Hebraic context. She will share from her travels as one of the few awakened African American Hebrews to visit torah keeping Hebrews in West Africa. She will also share lessons concerning urban missions from her work in America as a faith based community organizer. 

 

What you'll learn

We will look at examples of missions and evangelism in the Tankh and New Testament. We will examine lessons from The Great Hebrew Awakening Bahamas mission and the assembly resulting from this mission. Students will learn the importance of cross cultural sensitivity in missions, the role of the: Hebraic Missionary, the Hebraic Evanglist and the Hebraic Apostle in taking the Besorah (The Good News) to the entire world and how you can join this work.
We will share the legacy of racism in European Christian missions and how to avoid the pitfalls of conducting Hebraic missions from a oppressive paradigm. We will also share practical tools for missions fundraising, medical missions and missions in your local context through projects of mercy, justice and Tikkun. You will receive copies of Great Awakening Besorah tracks to distribute in a final missions project.

H7777 HEBRAIC WISDOM FOR INCREASE

This course highlights hebraic financial nuggets to help participants create and preserve wealth as seen through the Ancient Hebrew Culture.

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In this course you will discover biblical hebraic financial nuggets to help participants create and preserve wealth as seen through the Ancient Hebrew Culture.

What you'll learn

  • To help create a biblical foundation for wealth. 
  • To help develop the building blocks for wealth increase.
  • To help develop strategies for trans-generational wealth.

PR2200 PRINCIPLES OF PRAYER

In this class Foundational principles of prayer class, students examining the Scriptures on the subject of prayerfrom the Hebraic perspective to meet Yah in His Word and prayer, to grow closer to Him in the process.


This Class Starts October 14, 2021

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Students in this class will examine Scriptural teaching on prayer, learning that a humble prayer and Bible saturated life/marriage/family/assembly/ministry is the only path Yah has designed for His Children to experience true joy and fruitfulness. Hebraic Prayer is not viewed or presented as an activity but rather the expression of our human weakness and total dependence on Yah and our desire to walk in deep obedient fellowship with Him. Urgency, consistency, and effectiveness of prayer will all be discussed as well as practical guidance for fostering these. Significant time will be spent in the practice of prayer.

What you'll learn

  • To examine the teaching of the Scriptures on the subject of prayer from the Hebraic perspective.

    To meet Yah in His Word and prayer, to grow closer to Him in the process.

    To see the absolute necessity of a vital prayer experience in the life of the man/woman of Yah.

    To foster a sense of the urgency for prayer fellowship with Yah and to establish or further

    the lifelong habit of relentlessly pursuing Him.

    To provide practical guidance in fostering a consistent and effective prayer life in the environments that you serve in.


HR2001 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. 

This Class Starts OCTOBER 11, 2021

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About this course

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).

What you'll learn

  • -Identifying and performing key steps to understanding Yah’s truth revealed in Scripture according to the Interpretive Journey as outlined
    -Show proficiency in observation skills by being exposed to grammatical and literary structures in the text.
    -Demonstrating an ability to use biblical reference tools to aid in the interpretation process.
    -8 Weeks of Instructions.


GE4000 Hebrew Cosmology Part 2

Is it possible to believe in the Bible and the Heliocentric (Spherical) Design of the Earth? What does the Bible say about the Geocentric (Flat Earth) Design of the earth? There has been a recent resurgence in the belief that the earth is flat. From their geographical and historical context, the ancient Hebrews had a flat-earth cosmology. From the very beginning, biblical characters have been flat-earthers, to believe otherwise is to deny the literal truth of the Bible......

This Class Starts October 14, 2021

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This is second class is designed to go through biblical and scientific evidence presented for a flat earth is fourfold and includes 1) the firmament, 2) the waters and the heavens above, 3) the earth being immovable, and 4) specific texts that refer to a flat earth. This class will present the evidence by placing ideas from different verses together, and by presenting accompanying assumptions as well as a biblical evaluation. The evaluation will draw from a range of scholarships to minimize bias.

What you'll learn

  • We will look at how the ancient Hebrews had the Egyptians to the southwest and the Babylonians to the northeast. Both civilizations had flat-earth cosmologies. The Biblical cosmology closely parallels the Sumero-Babylonian cosmology, and it may also draw upon Egyptian cosmology. 
  • We will explore how the Genesis creation story provides the first key to the Hebrew cosmology. The order of creation makes no sense from a conventional perspective but is perfectly logical from a flat-earth viewpoint.
  • We will look at a range of original sources, history of flat-Earth beliefs---from the Babylonians to the present day---raises issues central to the history and philosophy of science, and its relationship to the Bible.
  • We will look at a range of original sources, history of flat-Earth beliefs---from the Babylonians to the present day---raises issues central to the history and philosophy of science, and its relationship to the Bible.  
  • We will explore scriptures that are commonly cited by geocentrists and flat-earthers. The Biblical view is geocentricity with further restrictions. There are very few scriptures that support the earth's sphericity in the Bible.
  • We will look at the order of creation, the vault of heaven (firmament), the shape of the earth, celestial bodies, sun, moon, stars, the Book of Enoch. 
  • In the class we will study the Bible in its literary context as well as in its ancient historical, religious, social and cultural context. The Bible was not written with twenty-first-century concerns or questions in mind. The Bible was written in Hebrew, Greek, or Aramaic to ancient peoples who lived in the wider Mediterranean society.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

E1000 HEBREW APOLOGETICS

Want to know how to defend your Hebraic faith? Want to share the awakening message effectively with others? This course will be your guide to learn to do just that. This course is designed to equip the Hebrew Believer with foundational training in how to strategically and accurately defend their Hebrew identity and the sacred Word of Yah.

This Class Starts October 13, 2021

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In this course students will learn how to defend the Law. Almost all of the Christian world regards Paul's letters as "proof" that we need not concern ourselves with keeping Yah's Torah/law. This is a major mistake that must be addressed thoroughly. It is often more difficult for a person to 'unlearn error' than to 'learn truth.' This course will give you a proper understanding of Ceremonial Laws, Moral Law, Dietary Laws, and Judgment Laws, and Sacrificial Laws. Additionally, you’ll learn how to defend the Laws of Yah and accurately share it with others. This class is designed to develop the student’s knowledge and skill in Hebrew Faith apologetics.

What you'll learn

  • What you'll learn
  • why ethnicity places an important role in the scriptures
  • personal as well as models of historical, linguistic, cultural, and biblical methodologies of defending the Hebraic faith.
  • tools and techniques to share the awakening message with others from a scholarly and biblical perspective.
  • about “the law” as the compilation of decrees found in the first five books of the Bible.
  • whether the Messiah fulfilled the law and is it still relevant 
  • how to exegete the scriptures to extrapolate the proper understanding of the Law (s)
  • how to share and defend the law against Sola Fide, Sola Gratia, and Solus Chistus believers
  • how Grace, Faith, and the Law works hand and hand
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

L1002 Paleo Hebrew

This Hebrew course aims to provide students with the basic tools and knowledge needed to read and learn about the Ancient Hebrew alphabet. 

This Class Starts OCTOBER 17, 2021

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This 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 sentences and to communicate verbally using very basic Hebrew vocabulary, grammar and sentence structure.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Ancient Hebrew without vowels (dots).
  • Understand basic Texts.
  • Write short sentences.
  • Communicate verbally using basic Hebrew.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

CH2001 EARLY CHURCH HISTORY: THE UNTOLD STORY

Why aren’t people of color included in the history of the Church? During the eurocentric expanse of Christianity, what was happening in Central and West Africa among the original Hebrews?

This Class Starts October 10, 2021

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This class will examine how from the founding of the colonies to the declaration of the Supreme Court, America's heritage is built up on the principles of the oppressive Christian religion. This class will examine the deception from the close of the New Testament through Augustine in the West and the council of Chalcedon in the East to the reformation and post-reformation Assemblies from Martin Luther through the Puritans. 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.

What you'll learn

  • Describe the major persons and events as delineated in class lectures and assigned

    readings.

    Critically discuss the major themes, issues, problems, movements, and trends in the last

    five centuries of the Christian Church that has oppressed people of color and hidden our identity.

    Explain the deviation from Biblical truth in chronological and survey fashion.

    Present a basic knowledge of the history of Christianity and research and synthesize historical doctrinal themes that deceived the masses.

    Present a basic knowledge of the key movements and figures in African diasporians that practiced Biblical practices during the expansion of the eurocentric version of Christianity.


GE4000 Hebrew Cosmology

Is it possible to believe in the Bible and the Heliocentric (Spherical) Design of the Earth? What does the Bible say about the Geocentric (Flat Earth) Design of the earth? There has been a recent resurgence in the belief that the earth is flat. From their geographical and historical context, the ancient Hebrews had a flat-earth cosmology. From the very beginning, biblical characters have been flat-earthers, to believe otherwise is to deny the literal truth of the Bible......

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This is class is designed to go through biblical and scientific evidence presented for a flat earth is fourfold and includes 1) the firmament, 2) the waters and the heavens above, 3) the earth being immovable, and 4) specific texts that refer to a flat earth. This class will present the evidence by placing ideas from different verses together, and by presenting accompanying assumptions as well as a biblical evaluation. The evaluation will draw from a range of scholarships to minimize bias.

What you'll learn

  • We will look at how the ancient Hebrews had the Egyptians to the southwest and the Babylonians to the northeast. Both civilizations had flat-earth cosmologies. The Biblical cosmology closely parallels the Sumero-Babylonian cosmology, and it may also draw upon Egyptian cosmology. 
  • We will explore how the Genesis creation story provides the first key to the Hebrew cosmology. The order of creation makes no sense from a conventional perspective but is perfectly logical from a flat-earth viewpoint.
  • We will look at a range of original sources, history of flat-Earth beliefs---from the Babylonians to the present day---raises issues central to the history and philosophy of science, and its relationship to the Bible.
  • We will look at a range of original sources, history of flat-Earth beliefs---from the Babylonians to the present day---raises issues central to the history and philosophy of science, and its relationship to the Bible.  
  • We will explore scriptures that are commonly cited by geocentrists and flat-earthers. The Biblical view is geocentricity with further restrictions. There are very few scriptures that support the earth's sphericity in the Bible.
  • We will look at the order of creation, the vault of heaven (firmament), the shape of the earth, celestial bodies, sun, moon, stars, the Book of Enoch. 
  • In the class we will study the Bible in its literary context as well as in its ancient historical, religious, social and cultural context. The Bible was not written with twenty-first-century concerns or questions in mind. The Bible was written in Hebrew, Greek, or Aramaic to ancient peoples who lived in the wider Mediterranean society.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

The Biblical Feast 1 course will explore the feast days of the Bible and help students see and understand how the Most High had a redemptive plan in mind from the very beginning of time.  The Feasts of Israel in the Old Testament point the way to YHWH’s appointed times for his people.  These feasts are designed to remind us of His provision and care in our lives.  The Biblical Feast 1 course identifies each key feast, explains its significance, symbolism, timeliness and purpose from a Hebraic perspective.

This class seeks to bridge our archaic understanding of Old Testament and New Testament thought regarding the Biblical feast days. This course of study will show how Yahshua/Jesus is the focal point of the entire Bible including the central focus of the Feast days.  Our aim is to show how each Feast day has significant relevance to the Messiah.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Yah’s appointed Feasts.
  • Learn the significance, symbolism, and purpose of the Feasts.
  • Learn how the Messiah is connected to the Biblical Feasts.
  • Understand the difference between the Feasts and Man’s Holidays.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

B3001 Biblical Feast 1

This course will explore the Feasts of the Bible and help students see and understand how Yah had a redemptive plan for mankind in mind from the beginning.


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This course will explore the Feasts of the Bible and help students see and understand how Yah had a redemptive plan for mankind in mind from the beginning. The feasts of Israel in the Old Testament point the way to Yah's appointed schedule with His people—reminding us of his provision and care in our lives. This Feasts of the Bible course identifies each key feast in the Bible, explains its significance, symbolism, timelessness, and purpose—all pointing to the Messiah.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Yah’s appointed Feasts.
  • Learn the significance, symbolism, and purpose of the Feasts.
  • Learn how the Messiah is connected to the Biblical Feasts.
  • Understand the difference between the Feasts and Man’s Holidays.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

This course is an introductory course in the Hebrew Scriptures.  Students will read representative sections of each book of the Hebrew Bible and become familiar with the relevant critical issues and debates.  Students will be introduced to the basic tenets of biblical exegesis. By the end of this course, successful students will have read representative sections of each book of the Hebrew Bible, studied the critical issues surrounding these books, and be able to discuss their place within the biblical traditions.  This will include knowledge of the documentary hypothesis and the Deuteronomistic history, as well as a basic understanding of the historical events underlying the biblical accounts.  Students will have the opportunity to reflect on how these learnings might influence their area of ministry in the Awakening.

What you'll learn

  • Classes will be a mixture of lecture and discussion,
  • occasional in-class small group work.
  • While much new material will be presented by the instructor, all students are expected to contribute their knowledge, experience, and insights.      
  • Students will conduct some individual research outside of class.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

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E1000 HEBREW APOLOGETICS

Want to know how to defend your Hebraic faith? Want to share the awakening message effectively with others? This course will be your guide to learn to do just that. This course is designed to equip the Hebrew Believer with foundational training in how to strategically and accurately defend their Hebrew identity and the sacred Word of Yah.

This Class Starts February 10, 2021

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In this course, students will learn how to defend the Law. Almost all of the Christian world regards Paul's letters as "proof" that we need not concern ourselves with keeping Yah's Torah/law. This is a major mistake that must be addressed thoroughly. It is often more difficult for a person to 'unlearn error' than to 'learn truth.' This course will give you a proper understanding of Ceremonial Laws, Moral Law, Dietary Laws, and Judgment Laws, and Sacrificial Laws. Additionally, you’ll learn how to defend the Laws of Yah and accurately share it with others. This class is designed to develop the student’s knowledge and skill in Hebrew Faith apologetics.

What you'll learn

  • What you'll learn
  • why ethnicity places an important role in the scriptures
  • personal as well as models of historical, linguistic, cultural, and biblical methodologies of defending the Hebraic faith.
  • tools and techniques to share the awakening message with others from a scholarly and biblical perspective.
  • about “the law” as the compilation of decrees found in the first five books of the Bible.
  • whether the Messiah fulfilled the law and is it still relevant 
  • how to exegete the scriptures to extrapolate the proper understanding of the Law (s)
  • how to share and defend the law against Sola Fide, Sola Gratia, and Solus Chistus believers
  • how Grace, Faith, and the Law works hand and hand
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

B3001 Biblical Feast S21

This course will explore the Feasts of the Bible and help students see and understand how Yah had a redemptive plan for mankind in mind from the beginning.


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This course will explore the Feasts of the Bible and help students see and understand how Yah had a redemptive plan for mankind in mind from the beginning. The feasts of Israel in the Old Testament point the way to Yah's appointed schedule with His people—reminding us of his provision and care in our lives. This Feasts of the Bible course identifies each key feast in the Bible, explains its significance, symbolism, timelessness, and purpose—all pointing to the Messiah.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Yah’s appointed Feasts.
  • Learn the significance, symbolism, and purpose of the Feasts.
  • Learn how the Messiah is connected to the Biblical Feasts.
  • Understand the difference between the Feasts and Man’s Holidays.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

The Biblical Feast 1 course will explore the feast days of the Bible and help students see and understand how the Most High had a redemptive plan in mind from the very beginning of time.  The Feasts of Israel in the Old Testament point the way to YHWH’s appointed times for his people.  These feasts are designed to remind us of His provision and care in our lives.  The Biblical Feast 1 course identifies each key feast, explains its significance, symbolism, timeliness and purpose from a Hebraic perspective.

This class seeks to bridge our archaic understanding of Old Testament and New Testament thought regarding the Biblical feast days. This course of study will show how Yahshua/Jesus is the focal point of the entire Bible including the central focus of the Feast days.  Our aim is to show how each Feast day has significant relevance to the Messiah.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Yah’s appointed Feasts.
  • Learn the significance, symbolism, and purpose of the Feasts.
  • Learn how the Messiah is connected to the Biblical Feasts.
  • Understand the difference between the Feasts and Man’s Holidays.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

This course will explore the Feasts of the Bible and help students see and understand how Yah had a redemptive plan for mankind in mind from the beginning.
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About this course

This course will explore the Feasts of the Bible and help students see and understand how Yah had a redemptive plan for mankind in mind from the beginning. The feasts of Israel in the Old Testament point the way to Yah's appointed schedule with His people—reminding us of his provision and care in our lives. This Feasts of the Bible course identifies each key feast in the Bible, explains its significance, symbolism, timelessness, and purpose—all pointing to the Messiah.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Yah’s appointed Feasts.
  • Learn the significance, symbolism, and purpose of the Feasts.
  • Learn how the Messiah is connected to the Biblical Feasts.
  • Understand the difference between the Feasts and Man’s Holidays.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

This course will explore the Feasts of the Bible and help students see and understand how Yah had a redemptive plan for mankind in mind from the beginning. The feasts of Israel in the Old Testament point the way to Yah's appointed schedule with His people—reminding us of his provision and care in our lives. This Feasts of the Bible course identifies each key feast in the Bible, explains its significance, symbolism, timelessness, and purpose—all pointing to the Messiah.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Yah’s appointed Feasts.
  • Learn the significance, symbolism, and purpose of the Feasts.
  • Learn how the Messiah is connected to the Biblical Feasts.
  • Understand the difference between the Feasts and Man’s Holidays.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

This course will give you a proper understanding of Ceremonial Laws, Moral Law, Dietary Laws, and Judgment Laws, and Sacrificial Laws. Additionally, you’ll learn how to defend the Laws of Yah and accurately share it with others.

What you'll learn

  • about “the law” as the compilation of decrees found in the first five books of the Bible.
  • whether the Messiah fulfilled the law and is it still relevant.
  • how to exegete the scriptures to extrapolate the proper understanding of the Law(s).
  • how to share and defend the law against Sola Fide, Sola Gratia, and Solus Chistus believers.
  • how Grace, Faith, and the Law works hand and hand.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

The Biblical Feast 1 course will explore the feast days of the Bible and help students see and understand how the Most High had a redemptive plan in mind from the very beginning of time.  The Feasts of Israel in the Old Testament point the way to YHWH’s appointed times for his people.  These feasts are designed to remind us of His provision and care in our lives.  The Biblical Feast 1 course identifies each key feast, explains its significance, symbolism, timeliness and purpose from a Hebraic perspective.

This class seeks to bridge our archaic understanding of Old Testament and New Testament thought regarding the Biblical feast days. This course of study will show how Yahshua/Jesus is the focal point of the entire Bible including the central focus of the Feast days.  Our aim is to show how each Feast day has significant relevance to the Messiah.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Yah’s appointed Feasts.
  • Learn the significance, symbolism, and purpose of the Feasts.
  • Learn how the Messiah is connected to the Biblical Feasts.
  • Understand the difference between the Feasts and Man’s Holidays.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

CH2001 EARLY CHURCH HISTORY: THE UNTOLD STORY

Why aren’t people of color included in the history of the Church? During the eurocentric expanse of Christianity, what was happening in Central and West Africa among the original Hebrews?

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This class will examine how from the founding of the colonies to the declaration of the Supreme Court, America's heritage is built up on the principles of the oppressive Christian religion. This class will examine the deception from the close of the New Testament through Augustine in the West and the council of Chalcedon in the East to the reformation and post-reformation Assemblies from Martin Luther through the Puritans. 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.

What you'll learn

  • Describe the major persons and events as delineated in class lectures and assigned

    readings.

    Critically discuss the major themes, issues, problems, movements, and trends in the last

    five centuries of the Christian Church that has oppressed people of color and hidden our identity.

    Explain the deviation from Biblical truth in chronological and survey fashion.

    Present a basic knowledge of the history of Christianity and research and synthesize historical doctrinal themes that deceived the masses.

    Present a basic knowledge of the key movements and figures in African diasporians that practiced Biblical practices during the expansion of the eurocentric version of Christianity.


E1000 Hebrew Apologetics

Want to know how to defend your Hebraic faith? Want to share the awakening message effectively with others? This course will be your guide to learn to do just that.

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About this course

his course is designed to equip the Hebrew Believer with foundational training in how to strategically and accurately defend their Hebrew identity and the sacred Word of Yah. Additionally, students will learn how to defend the Law. Almost all of the Christian world regards Paul's letters as "proof" that we need not concern ourselves with keeping Yah's Torah/law. This is a major mistake that must be addressed thoroughly. It is often more difficult for a person to 'unlearn error' than to 'learn truth.' This course will give you a proper understanding of Ceremonial Laws, Moral Law, Dietary Laws, and Judgment Laws, and Sacrificial Laws. Additionally, you’ll learn how to defend the Laws of Yah and accurately share it with others. This class is designed to develop the student’s knowledge and skill in Hebrew Faith apologetics.

What you'll learn

    • why ethnicity places an important role in the scriptures
    • personal as well as models of historical, linguistic, cultural, and biblical methodologies of defending the Hebraic faith.
    • tools and techniques to share the awakening message with others from a scholarly and biblical perspective.
    • about “the law” as the compilation of decrees found in the first five books of the Bible.
    • whether the Messiah fulfilled the law and is it still relevant
    • how to exegete the scriptures to extrapolate the proper understanding of the Law (s)
    • how to share and defend the law against Sola Fide, Sola Gratia, and Solus Chistus believers
    • how Grace, Faith, and the Law works hand and hand
    • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

In this course we will examine various African tribes with Hebrew origins. We will also examine how to identify Hebrew tribes in Africa through knowledge of Hebraic temple worship and ritual, which of these tribes were taken into the diaspora via the trans-Atlantic and trans-Saharan slave trades and how these tribes are reclaiming and proclaiming their Biblical Destiny today. Through readings, video clips and writing we will examine the special role Yah has for Hebrew people to bring justice and liberation to the nations.


In this course, we will examine various African tribes with Hebrew origins. We will also examine how to identify Hebrew tribes in Africa through knowledge of Hebraic temple worship and ritual, which of these tribes were taken into the diaspora via the trans-Atlantic and trans-Saharan slave trades and how these tribes are reclaiming and proclaiming their Biblical Destiny today. Through readings, video clips and writing we will examine the special role Yah has for Hebrew people to bring justice and liberation to the nations.

H3003 HEBREW LIFE CYCLE CUSTOMS

The Hebrew Life Cycle Customs course examines the Torah based customs around pregnancy, birth, coming of age, marriage, death and mourning via Torah, the Hebrew language and how these customs are preserved among African Hebrews. 

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In this course you will learn a Hebraic way to undergo pregnancy, celebrate birth, take our youth through coming of age ceremonies based on scripture, the steps to a Hebraic engagement and wedding, Torah based funeral and mourning practices and where these customs are preserved in Africa and the diaspora. This course is a must for Morehs, Morahs, Rabbis, Pastors, Bishops, Apostles, Ministers or any Hebrew who wants to correctly bring themselves, their family, their assembly or community through the stages of the life cycle. Through readings, video clips and writing we will examine how to properly undergo Hebraic life cycle events such as birth, coming of age, marriage and death.

What you'll learn

  • Hebraic customs around pregnancy, postpartum separation Torah law and baby naming and dedication ceremonies. 
  • Hebraic coming of age ceremonies for Hebrew children and how the Bar Mitzvah was developed in West Africa. 
  • The Customs for a Hebraic Engagement (Betrothal), wedding and newlywed period according to scripture
  • Hebraic Torah based customs for death, burial and mourning.
  • What Life Cycle events are in Hebraic tradition and how the above life cycle customs are practiced in Africa and the diaspora today.
  • 8-Weeks of Interactive Courses

The Hebrew Life Cycle Customs course examines the Torah based customs around pregnancy, birth, coming of age, marriage, death and mourning via Torah, the Hebrew language and how these customs are preserved among African Hebrews. In this course you will learn a Hebraic way to undergo pregnancy, celebrate birth, take our youth through coming of age ceremonies based on scripture, the steps to a Hebraic engagement and wedding, Torah based funeral and mourning practices and where these customs are preserved in Africa and the diaspora. This course is a must for Morehs, Morahs, Rabbis, Pastors, Bishops, Apostles, Ministers or any Hebrew who wants to correctly bring themselves, their family, their assembly or community through the stages of the life cycle. Through readings, video clips and writing we will examine how to properly undergo Hebraic life cycle events such as birth, coming of age, marriage and death.

 

What you'll learn:

  • Hebraic customs around pregnancy, postpartum separation Torah law and baby naming and dedication ceremonies.
  • Hebraic coming of age ceremonies for Hebrew children and how the Bar Mitzvah was developed in West Africa.
  • The Customs for a Hebraic Engagement (Betrothal), wedding and newlywed period according to scripture
  • Hebraic Torah based customs for death, burial and mourning.
  • What Life Cycle events are in Hebraic tradition and how the above life cycle customs are practiced in Africa and the diaspora today.


H3003 HEBREW LIFE CYCLE CUSTOMS

The Hebrew Life Cycle Customs course examines the Torah based customs around pregnancy, birth, coming of age, marriage, death and mourning via Torah, the Hebrew language and how these customs are preserved among African Hebrews. 

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In this course you will learn a Hebraic way to undergo pregnancy, celebrate birth, take our youth through coming of age ceremonies based on scripture, the steps to a Hebraic engagement and wedding, Torah based funeral and mourning practices and where these customs are preserved in Africa and the diaspora. This course is a must for Morehs, Morahs, Rabbis, Pastors, Bishops, Apostles, Ministers or any Hebrew who wants to correctly bring themselves, their family, their assembly or community through the stages of the life cycle. Through readings, video clips and writing we will examine how to properly undergo Hebraic life cycle events such as birth, coming of age, marriage and death.

What you'll learn

  • Hebraic customs around pregnancy, postpartum separation Torah law and baby naming and dedication ceremonies. 
  • Hebraic coming of age ceremonies for Hebrew children and how the Bar Mitzvah was developed in West Africa. 
  • The Customs for a Hebraic Engagement (Betrothal), wedding and newlywed period according to scripture
  • Hebraic Torah based customs for death, burial and mourning.
  • What Life Cycle events are in Hebraic tradition and how the above life cycle customs are practiced in Africa and the diaspora today.
  • 8-Weeks of Interactive Courses

One of the most controversial books on the market today is now in textbook form. It will explore the original Hebrews of the Bible and expose many truths that have been hidden from the world.

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This course 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.

What you'll learn

  • Explore the original Hebrews of the Bible.
  • Learn the correlation between the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Scriptures.
  • Understand how Hebrews became today’s Negroes.
  • Learn how DNA, language, and History proves who the Hebrews are today.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

This independent studies course 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. 

What you'll learn

  • Explore the original Hebrews of the Bible.
  • Learn the correlation between the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Scriptures.
  • Understand how Hebrews became today’s Negroes.
  • Learn how DNA, language, and History proves who the Hebrews are today.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

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.

What you'll learn

  • Explore the original Hebrews of the Bible.
  • Learn the correlation between the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Scriptures.
  • Understand how Hebrews became today’s Negroes.
  • Learn how DNA, language, and History proves who the Hebrews are today.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

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.

What you'll learn

  • Explore the original Hebrews of the Bible.
  • Learn the correlation between the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Scriptures.
  • Understand how Hebrews became today’s Negroes.
  • Learn how DNA, language, and History proves who the Hebrews are today.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

This course is an introductory course in the Hebrew Scriptures.  Students will read representative sections of each book of the Hebrew Bible and become familiar with the relevant critical issues and debates.  Students will be introduced to the basic tenets of biblical exegesis. 

HR2001 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. 

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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).

What you'll learn

  • -Identifying and performing key steps to understanding Yah’s truth revealed in Scripture according to the Interpretive Journey as outlined
    -Show proficiency in observation skills by being exposed to grammatical and literary structures in the text.
    -Demonstrating an ability to use biblical reference tools to aid in the interpretation process.
    -8 Weeks of Instructions.


L1002 Paleo Hebrew

This Hebrew course aims to provide students with the basic tools and knowledge needed to read and learn about the Ancient Hebrew alphabet. 


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This Class Starts February 14, 2021

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This 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 sentences and to communicate verbally using very basic Hebrew vocabulary, grammar and sentence structure.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Ancient Hebrew without vowels (dots).
  • Understand basic Texts.
  • Write short sentences.
  • Communicate verbally using basic Hebrew.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

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).

What you'll learn

  • -Identifying and performing key steps to understanding Yah’s truth revealed in Scripture according to the Interpretive Journey as outlined
    -Show proficiency in observation skills by being exposed to grammatical and literary structures in the text.
    -Demonstrating an ability to use biblical reference tools to aid in the interpretation process.
    -8 Weeks of Instructions.

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HR2001 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. 


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This Class Starts February 14, 2021

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About this course

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).

What you'll learn

  • -Identifying and performing key steps to understanding Yah’s truth revealed in Scripture according to the Interpretive Journey as outlined
    -Show proficiency in observation skills by being exposed to grammatical and literary structures in the text.
    -Demonstrating an ability to use biblical reference tools to aid in the interpretation process.
    -8 Weeks of Instructions.


L1000 HEBREW LANGUAGE

This course is geared to empower the practitioner or researcher to read, interpret, decipher and transcribe the Hebrew language through all of its historical phases.

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The course includes: Pictographic Hebrew, Paleo Hebrew, Aramaic/Modern Hebrew, as well as a brief introduction on the Medu Neter, I.e, the Hieroglyphs. These skill sets help to empower the student to become not just a reader of Biblical Hebrew, but a teacher. The tools learned throughout the duration of this course will provide a very rich and well cultivated environment for ascertaining any truths related to biblical history or culture.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Ancient Hebrew without vowels (dots).

    •           Understand Advanced Pictograph Texts.

    •           Write short basic sentences.

    •           Communicate verbally using Hebrew.

    •           8 Weeks of Instructions.


The course includes: Pictographic Hebrew, Paleo Hebrew, Aramaic/Modern Hebrew, as well as a brief introduction on the Medu Neter, I.e, the Hieroglyphs. These skill sets help to empower the student to become not just a reader of Biblical Hebrew, but a teacher. The tools learned throughout the duration of this course will provide a very rich and well cultivated environment for ascertaining any truths related to biblical history or culture.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Ancient Hebrew without vowels (dots).

    •           Understand Advanced Pictograph Texts.

    •           Write short basic sentences.

    •           Communicate verbally using Hebrew.

    •           8 Weeks of Instructions.


L1000 HEBREW LANGUAGE

This course is geared to empower the practitioner or researcher to read, interpret, decipher and transcribe the Hebrew language through all of its historical phases.

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This Class Starts February 11, 2021

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About this course

The course includes: Pictographic Hebrew, Paleo Hebrew, Aramaic/Modern Hebrew, as well as a brief introduction on the Medu Neter, I.e, the Hieroglyphs. These skill sets help to empower the student to become not just a reader of Biblical Hebrew, but a teacher. The tools learned throughout the duration of this course will provide a very rich and well cultivated environment for ascertaining any truths related to biblical history or culture.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Ancient Hebrew without vowels (dots).

    •           Understand Advanced Pictograph Texts.

    •           Write short basic sentences.

    •           Communicate verbally using Hebrew.

    •           8 Weeks of Instructions.


L1002 Paleo Hebrew

This Hebrew course aims to provide students with the basic tools and knowledge needed to read and learn about the Ancient Hebrew alphabet. 

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This 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 sentences and to communicate verbally using very basic Hebrew vocabulary, grammar and sentence structure.

What you'll learn

  • Learn Ancient Hebrew without vowels (dots).
  • Understand basic Texts.
  • Write short sentences.
  • Communicate verbally using basic Hebrew.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

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PR2200 PRINCIPLES OF PRAYER

In this class Foundational principles of prayer class, students examining the Scriptures on the subject of prayerfrom the Hebraic perspective to meet Yah in His Word and prayer, to grow closer to Him in the process.

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Students in this class will examine Scriptural teaching on prayer, learning that a humble prayer and Bible saturated life/marriage/family/assembly/ministry is the only path Yah has designed for His Children to experience true joy and fruitfulness. Hebraic Prayer is not viewed or presented as an activity but rather the expression of our human weakness and total dependence on Yah and our desire to walk in deep obedient fellowship with Him. Urgency, consistency, and effectiveness of prayer will all be discussed as well as practical guidance for fostering these. Significant time will be spent in the practice of prayer.

What you'll learn

  • To examine the teaching of the Scriptures on the subject of prayer from the Hebraic perspective.

    To meet Yah in His Word and prayer, to grow closer to Him in the process.

    To see the absolute necessity of a vital prayer experience in the life of the man/woman of Yah.

    To foster a sense of the urgency for prayer fellowship with Yah and to establish or further

    the lifelong habit of relentlessly pursuing Him.

    To provide practical guidance in fostering a consistent and effective prayer life in the environments that you serve in.


PR2200 PRINCIPLES OF PRAYER

In this class Foundational principles of prayer class, students examining the Scriptures on the subject of prayer from the Hebraic perspective to meet Yah in His Word and prayer, to grow closer to Him in the process.

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This Class Starts October 11, 2021

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About this course

Students in this class will examine Scriptural teaching on prayer, learning that a humble prayer and Bible saturated life/marriage/family/assembly/ministry is the only path Yah has designed for His Children to experience true joy and fruitfulness. Hebraic Prayer is not viewed or presented as an activity but rather the expression of our human weakness and total dependence on Yah and our desire to walk in deep obedient fellowship with Him. Urgency, consistency, and effectiveness of prayer will all be discussed as well as practical guidance for fostering these. Significant time will be spent in the practice of prayer.

What you'll learn

  • To examine the teaching of the Scriptures on the subject of prayer from the Hebraic perspective.

    To meet Yah in His Word and prayer, to grow closer to Him in the process.

    To see the absolute necessity of a vital prayer experience in the life of the man/woman of Yah.

    To foster a sense of the urgency for prayer fellowship with Yah and to establish or further

    the lifelong habit of relentlessly pursuing Him.

    To provide practical guidance in fostering a consistent and effective prayer life in the environments that you serve in.


TR9000 THE BEAUTY OF TESHUVAH

In this class ......

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This Class Starts February 14, 2021

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The class will focus on what Teshuvah is (definition) as well as how Teshuvah is found throughout the scriptures. Also, we will deal with the necessity of Teshuvah and how Yah left “breadcrumbs” for us to get back to Him and return.

What you'll learn

  • 1. What is Teshuvah?
    2. Is Teshuvah connected to salvation?
    3. How do I make Teshuvah?
    4. Are there hidden meanings of Teshuvah within the Aleph Beyt?


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