The New Geneva Christian Leadership Academy 
 Advancing the Kingdom of Christ through Scholarship, Leadership and Action

Richard Sibbes

Cotton Mather

Samuel Rutherford

Martin Luther

Jonathan Edwards

John Calvin

The Chalcedon Teacher Training Institute

Each Student course tract is tailored to his or her particular need
A credit total of 30 credits is needed for a Teacher Training College Certificate
CTTI 200 Introduction to Christian Home Education

This is an introductory course using lectures from Dr RJ Rushdoony and noted author and speaker Mrs. Andrea Schwartz.

Requirements: Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented in lecture and written form and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details of the material. Assigned projects and papers are included in this course. Regular mentoring session are also required between the instructor and student.

Instructor: Prof. Andrea Schwartz
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $450. (6 Credit Hours @$75/hr)

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All course donation fees are to be paid to the Institute For Theonomic Reformation (ITR) in Support of its Non-Profit Work in Advancing the Kingdom of Christ.  
CTTI 220 Home School Apologetics

This is the second sequence of courses in the CTTI certification schedule.

Requirements: Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented in lecture and written form and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details of the material. Assigned projects and papers are included in this course. Regular mentoring session are also required between the instructor and student.

Instructor: Prof Andrea Schwartz
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $450. (6 Credit Hours @$75/hr)

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All course donation fees are to be paid to the Institute For Theonomic Reformation (ITR) in Support of its Non-Profit Work in Advancing the Kingdom of Christ.  
CTTI 240 Firm Foundations In Christian Education

This is the Third sequence of courses in the CTTI certification schedule.

Requirements: Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented in lecture and written form and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details of the material. Assigned projects and papers are included in this course. Regular mentoring session are also required between the instructor and student.

Instructor: Prof. Andrea Schwartz
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $225. (3 Credit Hours @$75/hr)

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All course donation fees are to be paid to the Institute For Theonomic Reformation (ITR) in Support of its Non-Profit Work in Advancing the Kingdom of Christ.  

CED 340 –The Philosophy of Christian Education

This course is a third level course dealing with Education from a Christian Worldview perspective.

Requirements: Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the lessons to the field of Christian Education.

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond / Andrea Schwartz
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee:
$300. (3 Credit Hours @ $100/hr)


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All course donation fees are to be paid to the Institute For Theonomic Reformation (ITR) in Support of its Non-Profit Work in Advancing the Kingdom of Christ.  

CED 360 –A Biblical Critique of Modern Education

This course is an advanced level course dealing with Education from a Christian Worldview perspective.

Requirements: Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the lessons to the field of Christian Education.

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond / Andrea Schwartz
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee:
$.300 (3 Credit Hours @ $100/hr)


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All course donation fees are to be paid to the Institute For Theonomic Reformation (ITR) in Support of its Non-Profit Work in Advancing the Kingdom of Christ.  
CTTI 300 Biblical Economics

BIBL ECO 101 Introduction to Economics

This is a basic overview of Economics from both the secular view and the contrasting Biblical View. The Lectures includes segments from the Proverbs and various texts viewing economics from a distinct Biblical vantage point.

Course Materials: Lectures and Reading syllabus to be given upon admission.

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/Independent/On Campus
On Campus by Request

Course Fee:
$225. (3 Credit Hours @ $75/hr)

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All course donation fees are to be paid to the Institute For Theonomic Reformation (ITR) in Support of its Non-Profit Work in Advancing the Kingdom of Christ.  
BIBL LAW 101- Introduction to Biblical Law

This course is an introduction to Biblical Law. This introductory study prepares the student with a comprehensive understanding of the 10 Commandments, and their application to the real world.

Requirements: Each student is to show an in-depth understanding of the material presented. Chapter summary notes, by section, are to be electronically submitted to the professor after completion of the chapter.


Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond / Andrea Schwartz
Format: Correspondence & On campus
Course Fee: $100. (3 Credit Hours @ $100/hr)


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All course donation fees are to be paid to the Institute For Theonomic Reformation (ITR) in Support of its Non-Profit Work in Advancing the Kingdom of Christ.  
BIBL LAW 200 - Institutes of Biblical Law Volume One

This advanced course of study on Biblical Law systematically analyses God’s Law and the cultural and societal implications of it.  This introductory study prepares the student with a comprehensive understanding of the 10 Commandments, and their application to the real world. This is an intensive study, incorporating personal reading and research.

Requirements: Each student is to show an in-depth understanding of the material presented. Chapter summary notes, by section, are to be electronically submitted to the professor after completion of the chapter.

Final Examination: The student must be able to produce a  carefully written work on any of the topics discussed, accurately analyzing government policy and law from a Biblical view. 


Instructors: Professor Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond/ Andrea Schwartz
Format: Correspondence & On campus
Course Fee: $450. (6 Credit Hours @ $75/hr)


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