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An education at Remnant Nation University will prepare you with a thorough understanding of 1st Century Theology and Doctrine. Our professors have worked diligently to recover and re-establish the teaching(s) of the 1st Century Body of Messiah as built by the Apostles.
We are endeavoring to bring the very best in 1st Century Theological Education at a price that nearly any budget can afford. A very limited number of Scholarships may be available at any given time through private donors who choose to be a benefactor for students after an application is completed:
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RNU does not discriminate based on age, gender, religious background, ethnicity, nationality or other concerns that are not against the precepts of Biblical Culture. We reserve the right to limit attendance based solely upon matters of Biblical Concern and upon written request will provide any applicant, which is not accepted, a full explanation of our Biblical Position for refusal to admit said applicant.
The following document will help you to understand how we calculate Our Credits versus Classroom Hours. This can be especially difficult for someone coming to RNU from another institution that calculates differently, or is attending college/university for the first time and resides outside of the US.
We use a Semester based method which essentially means you will have approximately the same number of classroom hours per week as the course itself has credits. So a 3 Credit Class will have 3 classroom hours per week for 12 weeks - 16 weeks minus one for each of the midterm and final exams, also minus the average of two weeks per semester for breaks and holidays. This equates to 3 credits = 3 hours per week class lecture (including timed quizzes/exams but does not include midterms or finals) x 12 weeks per class = 36 hours of class time for this 3 credit course. The document below will help you to understand how this will work with the possible transfer of credits from/to other colleges or universities.
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Sample Course Outlines are Subject to Change Prior to Each Enrollment Period for New Students
Bachelor's Degree in 1st Century
Theology and Doctrine
Transfer Students will be required to pass an Entrance Exam Before Enrolling
Intro to Theology - Brief overview of the traditional 10 areas of "Systematic Theology"; Christology, Soteriology, Trinitarian Theology, Pneumatology, Mariology, Ecclesiology, Sacramental Theology, Ecumenism, Interreligious Dialogue, Theological Anthropology, Protology, Grace, Theological Virtues, and Eschatology. Their strengths and weaknesses, truths and fallacies, and how they stand against the plain text of Scripture in proper Hebraic Context.
Pneumatology - Study of Body, Soul, and Spirit. Their relationship and function; how to subdue the soul and flesh, how to live from the "Mind of Messiah/Christ" 3 Credits
Soteriology - A 1st Century look into the writings of the Apostles and the teaching of Yeshua/Jesus on the topic of "Salvation" and "Eternal Life". 3 Credits
Ekklesiology/Ecclesiology - Understanding the Body as Servants, Sons, Co-Laborers, Joint-Heirs, and the Bride; how they function, their similarities and differences, and how to see from the teaching of Messiah what to expect from each individually and collectively. 3 Credits
Intro to Biblical Hebrew - Learn the basics to reading and understanding Biblical Hebrew. Lays the foundation for a Translation Class in the next year. Optional online practicum in ancient manuscript translation. 3 Credits
Bachelor's Degree 2nd Semester
Hermeneutics - An in-depth look at the Principles of Hermeneutics and their use in a proper Contextual Exegesis of Scripture. Learn to use Hermeneutics as a plumb-line for consistently finding the original intent of the author of any given passage of Scripture. 2 Credits
Epistemology - An Overview of the general messages contained within each of the Epistles in the current canon of Scripture highlighting the passages that specifically point to the overall message within each Epistle. 3 Credits
Nature of God - A deep-diving study of the various perspectives on the existence of the God of the Bible; focusing primarily on Pharisaic Monotheism, Adoptionism, Universalism, Oneness, Trinitarianism 3 Credits
Christology - Understanding the existence, life, ministry, Theology, death, burial, and resurrection of Yeshua and the implications of each in the life of humanity and the believer. 3 Credits
Intro to Biblical Greek - Learn the basics to reading and understanding Biblical Greek. 3 Credits
Bachelor's Degree 3rd Semester
Angelology and Demonology - What do Scripture and extra-biblical literature tell us about the existence and activity of supernatural beings? This course will take a precursory look into this and how they interact with human existence. 3 Credits
The Sacraments - A historical overview of the many systems of Theological thought about the sacraments of "Communion" and "Anointing with oil" paralleled with what Scripture reveals all on its own. 2 Credits
Ephesians 4 Gifts - Are they Offices, Gifts, or Both? Does it matter? Are there detrimental implications in viewing one or the other? Were they given to the "ekklesia" or to the world? Are they relevant today? If so, what would their function be? These are all important questions that deserve sound biblical answers. Let's dig into them together! 3 Credits
Tithes and Offerings - An overview of the two primary perspectives on the topic. We will dive into the original languages of Scripture and determine precisely what Scripture says on the topic. A whole new look at the symbology of favorite passages and doctrinal dogma, in order to see if Scripture says what is usually taught about "Biblical Finances". 2 credits
The Writing of God - Taught by Dr. Miles Jones, this course will take you step by step through Jabal al-Lawz (The Real Mt. Sinai) and help to correct the now defunct Egyptology Timeline that has previously attempted to prove the Bible is NOT an accurate historical record..3 Credits
Prayer and Worship - An introductory look at what Scripture has to say about Prayer and how it relates to Worship 3 Credits
Bachelor's Degree 4th Semester
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in 1st Century
Theology and Doctrine
Year 1 - 1st Semester
Old Testament Survey – Understanding the general intent of each book of Tanakh and how it fits into the overall scheme of the Scriptural narrative. Discover Messiah in the "Old Testament". Understand the need for Torah and get a solid foundation for its role in the current believer's life and worship of YHVH.
Public Speaking/Speech – Sermon and Lesson Delivery. 3 Credits
English Comp – Sermons and Lessons Planning 1st Semester. 3 Credits
Psyche 101 – Triune Humanity (Spirit, Soul, and body) and the role each plays in our existence. 3 Credits
Philosophy 101 – The Name of God; does it matter? if so, how and why? 2 Credits
Earth Science 101 – Creation Design from a Hebraic Perspective. 3 Credits
Associate Degree – Year 1 - 2nd Semester
New Testament Survey – Understanding the general intent of each book of B'rit Hadashah and how it fits into the overall scheme of the Scriptural narrative. Discover the mysteries of Messiah and how He operated in the supernatural. Discover Yeshua in a way few have. 3 Credits
Humanities 101 – The roles of men and women in the Body-Bride. 2 Credits
Humanities 102 – The roles of men and women in the Body-Bride. 2 Credits
Earth Science 102 – Creation Design from a Hebraic Perspective. 3 Credits
Psyche 102 – The Triune Design of Humanity and the role each plays in our existence. 2 Credits
Philosophy 102 – The Name of God; dive deeper into understanding the meaning of various Names for the God of the Bible and their significance. 3 Credits
Associate Degree – Year 2 - 1st Semester
Torah 201 – Understanding the purpose and content of the First 5 Books of the Bible. 3 credits
Theology 201 – Laying a foundation for a solid method of creating Sound Doctrine. 3 Credits
Structure of the Local Assemblies – Based in proper typology from the God-given Structure of a local assembly using both the “Old” and “New” Testament texts. 2 Credits
Gifts and Callings – Understanding the gifts of 1 Corinthians 12 and Ephesians 4. 3 credits
Biblical Finances – Scriptural basis for understanding and applying the doctrines of Tithes and Offerings from the perspective Yeshua/Jesus would likely have had. 3 credits
History of the Bible – Understanding the struggle through which the Bible has endured as the most controversial and yet “best seller” status throughout its history. 2 Credits
Associate Degree – Year 2 - 2nd Semester
Torah 202 – Understanding the purpose and content of the First 5 Books of the Bible. 3 credits
Theology 202 – Laying a foundation for a solid method of creating Sound Doctrine. 3 Credits
Ekklesiology/Ecclesiology – An in-depth study of the purposes and callings of believers as Priests and Kings. 3 Credits
Biblical Celebrations – Covering the Feasts of YHVH, this course will compare them to the modern holidays of the Church. 3 Credits
Intimacy With Trinity – Understanding and developing you relationship with the Trinity 2 Credits
Dietary Mitzvot (rules) – Are the dietary “laws” of Exodus 23, Leviticus 11, and Deuteronomy 14 still applicable today? This course will examine and break down this topic and expose you to things you have likely never considered before. 2 Credits
A Graduate Degree from RNU will prepare you for Global Ministry. Whether you are going into the Mission Field, working within Policitical Circles, or a lay-person wanting to understand why Global events are playing out the way they are, these programs will give you background and backbone to stand against what the enemy may throw your way.
in Global Cognition
Transfer Students will be required to pass an Entrance Exam Before Enrolling
RNU has, as a part of its collective experience, a finger on the pulse of the dealings within and from organizations that affect Global Influence and Change.
Sadly those organizations tend to operate in the shadows and out of the sight of anyone except the elite members of governments and those who influence them. While it is not our intent to create a counter-conspiracy sounding education program, we recognize the absolute need for Graduate Students to know, understand, and be capable of utilizing Apologetics to defend the "Faith Once Delivered to the Holy Ones".
In the Master of Global Cognition you will be guided through an intensive study of the inner workings of the Jesus + Nothing cults; their Theology (beliefs), Doctrine (application), Methodologies, and Influence. Once you have a solid grasp of this, you will be taught from, a 1st Century Theological Perspective, how to intervene and rescue those being influenced by the members of these shadow-government type influencers.
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