The New Geneva Christian Leadership Academy 
 Advancing the Kingdom of Christ through Scholarship, Leadership and Action
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Studies In Biblical Government and Political Theology

Biblical Government Courses


GOV 200 Principles of Christian Politics

This course is a primer to all government courses setting the stage for a series of studies in political science, philosophy and practice.

Requirements: Students must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and produce a series of well-written works demonstrating their understanding of the course material.  In addition, students will be assigned a final paper.

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence
Cost:
 $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.

GOV 210 Comparative Views of Government - A Biblical Perspective

This course focuses on the various types of civil government and is a parallel course with GOV 220.

Requirements: Students must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and produce a series of well-written works demonstrating their understanding of the course material.  In addition, students will be assigned a final paper.

Instructor: Dr. Hector Falcon
Format: Correspondence
Cost:
 $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.
GOV 220 Biblical Principles of Government

This course works along side GOV 210 and is an in-depth study of Governing principles and policies as they compare to Scripture.

Requirements: Students must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and produce a series of well-written works demonstrating their understanding of the course material.  In addition, students will be assigned a final paper.

Instructor Professor Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $75/credit 3 Credit hours $225.


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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.
GOV 260 Calvin and Government

Dr. Hector Falcon looks at the governing philosophy and principles of the Reformation with a heavy focus on the ideas of John Calvin.

Requirements: Students must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and produce a series of well-written works demonstrating their understanding of the course material.  In addition, students will be assigned a final paper.

Instructor: Dr. Hector Falcon
Format: Correspondence
Cost:
 $225. (3 Credit Hours @ $75/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.
GOV 300 America’s Constitutional (Christian) Republic

This course focuses upon the American System analyzing it from the Biblical and Historical perspective.

Requirements: Students must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and produce a series of well-written works demonstrating their understanding of the course material.  In addition, students will be assigned a final paper.

Instructor Professor Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $100/credit 3 Credit hours $300.


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.
GOV 320 Theology of the State

Statist theology has always been the destruction of the individual and the nation as a whole. It is a tyrannical system and needs to be addresses as such. This course both identifies that system and seeks to undermine its power through the work of the Christian community.

Requirements: Students must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and produce a series of well-written works demonstrating their understanding of the course material.  In addition, students will be assigned a final paper.

Instructor Professor Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $100/credit 3 Credit hours $300.


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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.

GOV 340 Law, Liberty & The State

This series covers various aspects of Liberty and how it is directly connected with God's Law and the relationship with the state.


Requirements: Students must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and produce a series of well-written works demonstrating their understanding of the course material.  In addition, students will be assigned a final paper.

Instructor Professor Rev. Dr Paul Michael Raymond
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $100/credit 3 Credit hours $300.

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. 

GOV 360 General Equity of the Judicial Laws Of Moses

Professor Adam Brink teaches from his research on the Judicial Law of Moses and how they should affect the judiciary of our day.

Requirements: Students must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and produce a series of well-written works demonstrating their understanding of the course material.  In addition, students will be assigned a final paper.

Instructor Professor Prof. Adam Brink
Format: Correspondence
Course Fee: $100/credit 3 Credit hours $300.


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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.
GOV 380 Reformation and Resistance

Professor Adam Brink teaches from his research on the history and ethical responsibly for Civil resistance to tyrannical governments.

Requirements: Students must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and produce a series of well-written works demonstrating their understanding of the course material.  In addition, students will be assigned a final paper.

Instructor Professor Prof. Adam Brink
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.
GOV 400 Christian Statesmanship, Government  & The Civil Magistrate

This course is an advanced independent study on the virtues and necessities of Christian Statesmanship.

Requirements: Students must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and produce a series of well-written works demonstrating their understanding of the course material.  In addition, students will be assigned a final paper.

Proctoring Professor Rev. Dr. 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.
GOV 420 Christian Statesmanship & Leadership Intern tract

This course is structured as an advanced field work study on the application of Christian Statesmanship.

Requirements: Students must show an in-depth understanding of the material presented and produce a series of well-written works demonstrating their understanding of the course material and documenting their field work.  In addition, students will be assigned a final paper.

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


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.