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New Geneva has just added several graduate level courses to their Graduate School in the discipline of Political Science and Philosophy.
These classes can be taken individually or as a course tract for a Master’s degree in Applied Political Science.
POLY SCI 400 Cycles of American Political Thought
POLY SCI 410 350 Years of American History
POLY SCI 420 A History of Freedom
POLY SCI 430 The American Mind
POLY SCI 440 Islam: History, Interpretation & Analysis
POLY SCI 450 The United State & The Middle East
PHIL 210 – Constitutional Philosophy
PHIL 220 – Political Philosophy
Beginning February 11th New Geneva is holding a 6 week intensive study course in Biblical Economics. (BIBL ECO 101)
This is a college level course of 3 credits for $225. The class meets in house and via Google Hangout for students outside of the immediate area each Tuesday and Thursday at 11am EST. This is a interactive lecture/correspondence course. Most of the required reading is included with the lecture CD except one booklet which the student is required to purchase. It can be purchased for $10 from Geneva or at Amazon.
Questions regarding this course should be directed to Dr Paul Michael Raymond at firstname.lastname@example.org
Providentially, God has opened a door whereby the building next door to the College is available. This would provide Geneva with 2 floors of library space and an entire parking lot adjacent to the already existing Geneva building. Since Geneva refuses to be indebted to the the banking system to fund any of their projects they are asking the Christian community to help.
We only need to raise $50,000. for the purchase!
If you would like to be a part of this project please send your tax deductible donation made out to ITR (The Institute For Theonomic Reformation) PO Box 778 Appomattox VA 24522.
Donations of $500 or more will receive a copy of Dr. Ed Payne’s book “Biblical Healing for Modern Medicine”. Donations of $1000. or more will receive a copy Steve Halbrook’s very important hardcover book “God is Just”.
For more information please contact Rev Paul Michael Raymond at:
email@example.com of call (434) 941-1895.
Geneva is presently working on several new courses for the 2014 semester year.
1. Andrea Schwartz has put together a series of courses for Home Schooling moms and those that are preparing to Home School. Upon the successful completion of the course tract the student will be certified by the New Geneva Christian Leadership Academy College. This effort will not only assist Home Educating parents in the proper teaching of their children, but it may serve as a buffer against statist encroachment in those geographical areas where certain certifications are needed to Home Teach.
2. Mr Joaquin Fernandez, co-producer of INDOCTRINATION: THE MOVIE, is offering a college level course in film making and analysis. His course confers 3 college credits at $75/credit. It does have however a re-requistie course in World view studies which he requires before taking the course. This comprehensive World View 101, Advancing the Kingdom course is given at New Geneva and confers 3 credits at a cost of $75/credit.
3. Daniel and Joshua Horn from Discerning History are on board with us here at New Geneva and have just competed a 3 part DVD series on the Civil War. Students desiring to dig into the history and philosophy behind the War of Aggression, as it is sometimes called by those in the South, can earn college credits by enrolling in this series. The course credits have not yet been determined. Coming in 2014.
4. Our pdf catalog is also being edited since there have been so may new courses added making our old catalog already obsolete. Watch for it to be added to our home page at http://www.newgeneva.us
The Old Rat Skeller Model Resurrected
During the 70’s almost every University had what the students called the Rat Skeller. Well at least that is what we called it. It probably was initially dubbed the Rat Celler, but being University wise guys, we thought we would re-name it in order to give it some character.
Since every college has some sort of a “Rat-Skeller” type coffee house for students to gather, we thought that Geneva should have one too.
The College is now serving Espressos, Cappuccinos, coffees, herbal treas, snacks (healthy and not so healthy), cold drinks and a series of very healthy Protein Drinks and natural carbonated sodas. All this plus a well stocked theological book store with scholarly free-bees.
The Cafe provides an atmosphere where students and visitors can either converse or sequester themselves in our upstairs library to study. We thought this was a great way to further inject ourselves into the community.
The Cafe is also a great way to get some of the students, and our younger church folk involved in an entrepreneurship internship. By providing and example of what could actually be done with a very small building we hope to provide incentives to others to be creative with what they have to work with.
There is another reason why Geneva’s cafe is an important addition. Visibility. Every Theological institution, need to be culturally relevant. This means that not only should that institution go out into the community, but it should do all that it can to bring the community to them.
Geneva’s bookstore and library provides a powerful witness to the Dominion Mandate and what it really means to be a Christian, who is culturally active and influential in their community. The establishment of the Crown Rights of Christ must be done village by village, town by town, city by city county by county for it to finally go into all the world.
Free stuff… really.
Geneva also provides a ton of free stuff for its visitors and members. from tracts to magazines we insure that everyone who enters does not go away empty.
If you are ever in the Appomattox area in Central Virginia we invite you to visit. The coffee is on us!