Available courses

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.

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 basic 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 basic sentences.
  • Communicate verbally using basic Hebrew.
  • 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.

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.

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 advance course aims to provide students with advance tools and knowledge needed to read Ancient Hebrew without the help of vowels (dots); to understand basic texts; to be able to write (type) short basic sentences and to communicate verbally using very basic Hebrew vocabulary, grammar and sentence structure. Prerequisite: Must complete L1002 before being admissible into this course. 

What you'll learn

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

The course is designed to empower the reader with an in-depth understanding of how the Medu Neter ??????, I.e, the Hieroglyphs work. The students will be able to translate and transcribe any Hieroglyphic text. These tools give the Bible student and Torah practitioners the ability to see and discern their place in world history from an historical vantage point, via their ability to make etymological and linguistic connections between the history of the Bible and that which is recorded in ancient Egyptian literature.

What you'll learn

  •  learn the connection between Biblical Hebrew grammar and Egyptian grammar, so as to show and demonstrate their inherent connection and commonalities.
  • 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.
  • 8 Weeks of Instructions.

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 basic 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 basic sentences.
  • Communicate verbally using basic Hebrew.
  • 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 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 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 course is designed to walk students through the Scriptures, helping them become familiar with key elements of the Bible and how they all fit together into one grand, unified story. Whether you’re discovering the Bible for the first time or eager to rekindle your passion for Yah’s word, this course will help you read, understand, and respond to Yah’s word in ways that draw you near to Yahusha and transform your life. This course will focus on the history and writings of the Bible, both the Old and New Testaments. It will include a brief survey of all the books of the Bible and the general outline of the contents of the major narratives and teachings of these books. Themes explored will include the mighty acts of Yah, Yah's covenants with His people, and the coming promised Messiah.


This course sets out to immerse the student in the biblical narrative from Genesis to Revelation. Demonstrating the coherence of Scripture, this course will demonstrate how each book tells the story of Yah’s redemptive acts in history. Additionally, this course will provide an introduction to the unique genres encompassed by the biblical story, creating a greater awareness of the inspiration and trustworthiness of the Bible. The student will engage in exercises that will equip them to engage with, and interpret, Scripture in a meaningful way.


LEARNING OUTCOMES
1. The student will be able to communicate, simply and clearly, the overarching story of the Bible from the book of Genesis to the book of Revelation
2. The student will know and be able to formulate the complete order of all the biblical books, their respective genres, and appreciate the importance of divergent biblical genres.
3. The student will gain a renewed vision of the value of Yah’s Word as a guidebook for life and grow deeper in love with Yah as a result.