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

Studies In Theology

SYS THEO A - 101 Systematic Theology Overview "A Primer'

This course is an overview 'primer' study of Theology using the Westminster Confession as an outline. It is especially tailored for students who desire a more in-depth understanding of Systematic Theology but who are not interested in a seminary tract. This is a great beginning for those who are not very familiar with Systematic Theology or the Reformed faith.

Requirements: Each student must show an acceptable understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details of Reformation Theology in both an informal and formal setting.

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/Independent Study
Course Fee:
$225. (3 Credit Hours @ $75/hr)

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SYS THEO I - Systematic Theology I  (SYS 500) Seminary Level

This seminary course deals with an in-depth study and analysis of the Westminster Standards, Historic Creeds and the Reformation Writings of John Calvin.

Requirements: Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details of Reformation Theology in both an informal and formal setting.

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/Independent Study & On campus
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.  
SYS THEO II - Systematic Theology II  (SYS 510) Seminary Level

This course continues Systematics I and deals with an in-depth study and analysis of the Westminster Standards, beginning with the Doctrine of Creation through Soteriology and the characterizations of the New Birth.

Requirements: Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able
to accurately discuss and apply the details of Reformation Theology in both an informal and formal setting.

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/Independent Study & On campus
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.  
SYS THEO III - Systematic Theology III: Ecclesiology (The Ekklesia) (SYS 520)

This course deals with an in-depth study and analysis of the Nature, Government and Function of the Church of Jesus Christ.

Requirements: Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss, and apply the details of Biblical  Ecclesiology in both an informal and formal setting.

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/Independent Study & On campus
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.  
SYS THEO IV - Systematic Theology IV: Eschatology  (SYS 530)

This course deals with an in-depth study and analysis of the Doctrine of the Last Days.

Requirements: Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able
to accurately discuss and apply the details of the Eschatological Doctrine in both an informal and formal setting.

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/Independent Study & On campus
Course Fee: $400. (4 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.  
SYS THEO V - Systematic Theology V: Presbyterian Church Gov't  (SYS 540)

This course deals with an in-depth study and analysis of the Doctrine of Presbyterian Church Government.

Requirements: Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able
to accurately discuss and apply the details of the Eschatological Doctrine in both an informal and formal setting.

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/Independent Study & On campus
Course Fee: $400. (4 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.  
SYS THEO VI - Advanced Systematics  (SYS 600) Seminary Level

This course examines select readings from R.J. Rushdoony's Systematic Theology work with a special focus upon the doctrine of Scripture infallibility and the application of systematics to the modern world. 

Requirements: Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details of the Reformed Creeds

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/Independent Study  
Course Fee: $400 (4 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.  
THEO & HIST 440 - Westminster Confession of Faith

This lecture series by Rev. Joe Morecraft III focuses upon the doctrine, history, development and use of the Westminster Confession. Along with various readings this course is a rich insight into the development of both Reformed Doctrine and Western Civilization structure.

Requirements:
Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details  material in both written and oral settings.

Proctoring Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/independent study
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.  
BIBL 300 - Hermeneutics - Seminary Level

This course revolves around biblical exegesis and interpretation. Required for Seminary students.

Requirements:
Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details  material in both written and oral settings.

Proctoring Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/independent study & On campus
Course Fee:
$400. (4 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 320 - Homiletics

This course trains the student in the art of preaching and is very effective when taken along with courses in apologetics. 

Requirements:
Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details  material in both written and oral settings.

Proctoring Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/independent study & On campus
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.  
 BIBL 325 - Rhetoric

This course trains the student in the art of rhetoric and is very effective when taken along with courses in apologetics and homiletics. 

Requirements:
Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details  material in both written and oral settings.

Proctoring Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/independent study & On campus
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.  
HIST THEO 320 - Historical Theology
HIST THEO 620 - Historical Theology II

Instructor Professor Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $100/credit 4 Credit hours $400.


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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.  
THEO 400 Covenant Theology - Seminary Level

This course is designed for both the Seminary Student and the layman and explores the Covenantal Structure of the Scriptures showing how both Old and New are one cohesive whole.

Requirements: Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to apply the teachings of this course to the present cultural situation.

Instructor: Rev Dr Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $400 (4 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.  
NTT 410 - New Testament Theology

This lecture series by Rev. Jeff Black focuses upon the doctrine set forth in the New Testament.

Requirements:
Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details  material in both written and oral settings.

Proctoring Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/independent study
Course Fee:
$400. (4 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.  
THEO 420 - NTS New Testament Survey

This lecture series surveys the entire new Testament, with an emphasis upon the historical and theological aspects of the Gospel. Along with various readings this course is a rich insight into the development of both Reformed Doctrine and Western Civilization structure.

Requirements:
Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details  material in both written and oral settings.

Proctoring Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/independent study
Course Fee:
$400. (4 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.  
THEO 430 - OTS Old Testament Survey

This lecture series surveys the entire Old Testament, with an emphasis upon its importance in the delvelopment of the New Testament. Along with various readings this course is a rich insight into the development of both Reformed Doctrine and Western Civilization structure.

Requirements:
Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details  material in both written and oral settings.

Proctoring Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/independent study
Course Fee:
$400. (4 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.  
SYS THEO 440 - Westminster Confession of Faith

This lecture series by Rev. Joe Morecraft III focuses upon the doctrine, history, development and use of the Westminster Confession. Along with various readings this course is a rich insight into the development of both Reformed Doctrine and Western Civilization structure.

Requirements:
Each student must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and must be able to accurately discuss and apply the details  material in both written and oral settings.

Proctoring Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence/independent study
Course Fee:
$400. (4 Credit Hours @ $100/hr)

Contact the Registrar |Admission Entrance Form | Payment Options 

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.