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Waldensian Center is currently postponed
by David Sims - Admin - Saturday, 25 February 2017, 03:44 PM
 

Waldensian Center (WC) is a modern-day school of the prophets, a Bible college patterned after the Madison School blueprint: giving training in Gospel, ministerial, and medical missionary work, combined with training for practical life in various trades and agriculture.

 

 

 
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by David Sims - Admin - Tuesday, 20 January 2015, 09:02 PM
 

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  • 2 credit hours

    This is a valuable tool to learn as God's stewards for the proper management of His things.

    This class will be available online.

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  • 1 credit hour

    Students will study the principles of true education, outlined in books like Living Fountains or Broken CisternsEducation, and others. The student will be better fitted to be an educator of others, including their own children, church members of all ages, as well as better fitted to start other training schools.


  • 3 credit hours

    Of God it is written, "Remember the former things of old: for I am God, and there is none else; I am God, and there is none like me, declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel shall stand, and I will do all my pleasure." Isaiah 46:9-10. We are admonished to "remember the former things of old", i.e., history; and we are admonished so for the reason that God hath declared "the end from the beginning"; therefore we should expect to find that which shall be declared "from the beginning". The purpose of this course will be to bring to the mind "remembrance" of that which God hath declared.

    The student will learn from the records of Moses concerning the Antediluvian people, the story of what "shall be" in the "the end". He will also learn the story of man's descent from Noah, and the "Peopling of the Earth" by the descendants of Shem, Ham, and Japheth.

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  • 1 credit hour

    Today most people live exposed to an artificial world, they are surrounded by man made materials which is impossible for any to escape. We find them in our houses, in the water, in the air, even in the food we eat. In this class we will try to cover a range of some of the most harmful and common toxins found in our environmet today, and how to do our best to avoid them and protect our health.

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  • 5 credit hours

    This promises to be one of the most practical health classes you have taken or will ever take. The Study of Nutrition, Herbs and Anatomy and physiology will be integrated with the study of the principles of maintaining and restoring health by obedience to the laws and use of the simple agencies of nature. Emphasis will be on a personal application of the principles involved with the student engaging in exercise, dietary, herbal and cleansing programs, detailed lifestyle charts will be kept by the student.

  • 3 credit hours

    This class is an introduction to Spanish and will cover the basics of Spanish grammar, and a good amount of vocabulary. The student will learn proper pronunciation, as well as how to converse, not just as a tourist but as a missionary (or Christian) as well, thus the student will need to become familiar with Biblical language in Spanish.

  • .5 credit hours

    In this introductory course to Bible study, the student will be trained in the proper use of some of the most common and less common Bible study tools available to him. Among these will be both exhaustive and analytical English concordances like Strong’s and Young’s, also covered will be Greek & Hebrew concordances of both the New and Old Testaments, and Greek & Hebrew Lexicons (dictionaries) of both OT & NT.

  • 5 credit hours

    This course covers the Biblical record from creation through the time of king David. Textbooks are the Bible and Patriarchs and Prophets.

  • 1 credit hour

    The student will study how God has communicatied to His church through the prophets, how He communicated to the Bible writers and to Ellen White. Verbal versus thought inspiration will be considered and the student will learn to properly discriminate between the sacred and the common, in the inspired writings. Also the significant charges laid against Ellen White being a true prophet of God, will be examined and answers found to these charges.

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  • 2 credit hours

    This class will cover the simple yet vital truths of the doctrine of God. Learn why it is important and how if affects our faith as Christians.

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  • 1 credit hour

    This class is part II of the "History Course," and will be a study of the Civilizations of the ancient world: from the time of the Antediluvians to the time of the Assyrian Kingdom. The focus of this class will be to learn the lessons of the past as revealed in both God's Word and in secular history.

    Prerequisite: It is recommended that the student have completed the introductory history course "Peopling of the Earth".

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  • 2 credit hours

    This Class will continue studying anatomy and physiology, dealing with the remaining body systems and laws of health not covered in HS 101.  An application of the laws of health to the specific body systems will be made as well as an application to the practical life.


  • This will be a continuation of the last quarter's materials

  • 5 credit hours

    In this introductory course to NT Greek the student, while learning to read and write the Greek language, will at the same time be learning to comprehend the thought conveyed in the text.

    He will learn the basics of Greek grammar, enough to assist him in his personal studies, and to facilitate a better comprehension of the gems of truth, which are seen more readily in the original text.

    This course is suitable for all alike, regardless of one's educational focus.

  • .5 credit hour

    Learn a systematic method of preparing Bible studies for presentations, articles, or tracts.

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  • 5 credit hours

    This is a continuation of Old Testament 1. The student will continue to study the lessons from the Old testament, especially those brought out in the book Prophets and Kings.

  • 3 credit hours

    "The secret things belong unto the LORD our God: but those things which are revealed belong unto us and to our children for ever, that we may do all the words of this law."
    -Deuteronomy 29:29

    We will discuss rules of interpretation for prophecy, and the evidence for their validity. The chief aim of this class is to cover the great lines of prophecy of the books of Daniel and Revelation. This will enable us to be able to discern the waymarks along the way, know where we are in history, what is yet to be fulfilled, and how to prepare to fill the position God expects of us.

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  • 2 credit hours

    We will be taking an in depth look at the types of the Mosaic Sanctuary revealing a fresh perspective on the plan of redemption and its numerous facets, including the timing of the various events signified by these types. This is a subject which angels desire to understand more of, but which people are surprisingly indifferent about.

     

  • 1 credit hour

    A valuable asset for anyone wishing to be able to communicate better, especially for teachers or preachers to help them be able to quickly draw illustrations on a white-board etc.

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  • 5 credit hours

    This class will instruct the student in ecclesiastical history of the Papal Church, Christian history of the Wilderness Church, and the great work of the Reformation.

  • 5 credit hours

    This class is not a cookbook class simply learning what treatments go with what "diseases". Instead, the student will explore the physiological reasons behind hydrotherapy. We will look at thermal, mechanical and chemical stimuli, metabolic, circulatory, respiratory, muscular, and nervous actions and reactions. We will explore the physics of water and other substances. The student will learn to design modalities specific to the needs of the case. Also, the student will learn what cautions will need to be kept in mind.

  • 3 credit hours

    A continuation of Spanish 2 from the 2nd Quarter

  • 5 credit hours

    This class is a continuation of Biblical Greek from the 2nd quarter.

  • .5 credit hour

    This class will instruct the student on the principles and the best ways to present Bible studies and maintain the interest of people. the student will have opportunity to get a practical experience in giving Bible studies.

  • 5 credit hours

    The student will study the life of Christ and the lessons we can learn from the one most qualified to reveal to us God, His will and His teachings. The Gospels and The Desire of Ages will be our text books.

  • 1 credit hour

    The science of preaching: How to prepare and deliver God's Word to God's people.

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  • 5 credit hours

    This course will be a study of important Bible Teachings that should be understood by all Christians. The topics studied will include the nature of man, Soteriology, etc. as well as Paul's epistles.

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  • 2 credit hours

    This class will cover the history of the United States, especially the events around it's birth.

  • 2 credit hours

    This class will cover the history of the advent movement and the pioneers of the SDA Church.

    This class will be available online.

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  • 1 credit hour

    This course will teach principles on how to know if a method can be blessed of God or not. The student will be made aware of the dangers hidden behind the many different ways of practicing the healing art, as well as the one true way.

  • 3 credit hours

    This is a continuation from Spanish 3.

  • 2 credit hours

    Learning the basics of composing articles to communicate the truth more effectively.

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  • 4 credit hours

    The history of the early Christian Church is the subject matter of this class and the life lessons that are found there in. The student will be using the Bible and the book,  The Acts of the Apostles.

  • 1 credit hour

    This class will deal with a number of side issues that Satan tries to distract us with. The student will learn how to answer some of the questions raised and how to deal with these issues when they arise.

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  • 2 credit hours

    This course will present the duties and responsiblities of the Gospel worker, along with very much practical instruction on how to carry it out.

  • 1 credit hour

    This course will present the methods of effectively reaching souls through public, health and literature evangelism. This course will involve practical experience.

  • 2 credit hours

    This class will prepare the student for work in the mission field, discussing issues of practical life, eating, sleeping, living with  cultural differences. The student will become acquainted with the geography and demographics of the world, with special emphasis on specific field of interest.

  • 2 credit hours

    The student will study the transmission of the Scriptures, with their different lines of manuscripts, and how to apply certain rules to guide him in choosing the best manuscript readings, and the best versions. The student will learn to discern between genuine inspired writings versus apocryphal writings.

  • 4 credit hours

    The student will work with a pastor in giving Bible studies and sermons, conducting and preparing for meetings, visitations, writing, editing, planning, organizing and various other pastoral duties. This will be a practical preparation for the gospel ministry.

  • 4 credit hours

    Music will be taught throughout the year and will include: principles of how to discern the spirit behind music, music theory, voice training, and learning a musical instrument.

  • Each quarter, several hours each day will be alloted for practical, useful physical work and training. Areas of work/study will include: agriculture (including conducting and interpreting soil tests); industrial arts (including an introduction to appliance repair, heating and air conditioning, refrigeration, mechanics, welding and the various building trades, including electrical and plumbing); Especially for the ladies there will be practical training in sewing, soap-making, and food preservation.

     

    No credit hours are assigned to this class, because it will be a little less formal. The subjects covered in this course will be done largely in a practical, hands-on way, doing things that are useful and need to be done. The student will be engaged in one or more of the activities mentioned under this heading, about 3 hours a day.


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