PR-001:Hebrew 101: [Intro to Paleo & Modern Hebrew] is an introductory survey of Hebrew, its pictographic origin and its modern use today. This course explores the Hebrew alephbet, pronunciation, and basic vocabulary as it pertains to aiding biblical study.

The Hebraic Trichotomy of Man: [Am I ... Spirit, Soul, or Body!?]  is an intense biblical study pertaining to the spiritual, physical and mental makeup of man. This course will explore the Holy Scriptures in an effort to biblically prove or disprove  the following statement: "We are Spirit, have a Soul, and live in a Physical Body.”  derived from Kenneth E. Hagan's book; "The Threefold Nature of Man.” This doctrine has permeated over 90% of the church body at large. The question is, Is it Biblically sound at the core of its foundation?

The PR-003: Torah 101: is an introduction to understanding Torah. In this course we will discuss the meaning and biblical significance of Torah to the believer today. Our focus will encompass the biblical viewpoints of the apostles John, Paul and Yahushua (Jesus). This course will enable the (ZUL) student with the ability to comprehend and execute the following Course Objectives listed below. These skills will be essential for successfully accomplishing the critical tasks in each of the following 6 week courses of this academic school year. With this said the (ZUL) student must understand that proficiency testing will be administered throughout each course session for the entire academic year .

The PR-004: The Hebraic Idioms, Expressions, & Cultural vernacular of the New Testament is an intense biblical study pertaining to the Language of the bible. This course is designed to equip the student with a comprehensive insight into the hebraic thought and word phrases of both Old and New Testament. This is in order to give the reader a clear understanding of the often encrypted messages contained in scripture (See Prov. 25:2 KJV).   

What is Judaism? What does it mean to be a Jew? Most people, both Jewish and gentile, would instinctively say that Judaism is a religion. And yet, there are militant atheists who insist that they are Jews! Is Judaism a race? If you were to say so, most Jews would think you were an antisemite! So what is Judaism? Where did it originate and is there biblical proof which can be charted chronologically to our present date? This course is designed to answer these questions from a biblical perspective.

According to Jewish Orthodox tradition (date as far back as the 10th century BCE), the Sacred Name is not to be uttered or written and accordingly, the form "G-d" is used in writing or printing rather than 'God'.  In place of pronouncing the Sacred Name in prayer, worship and discussion, the forms  "HaShem" (The Name), "Aof te Sacred Nmei" (Lord) or "Elohim" (God) is pronounced every time that the actual Name appears in Scripture. We will explore not only why this is but what the biblical text says about the matter: To say or Not to say that is the question.

There are a few major theological misconceptions pertaining to The Feasts of The Lord & their observances. Most New Testament believers (whether born Jewish or not) are being taught that they are not obligated to keep these feasts. Others are taught the Feasts are for and were given solely to Israel. Still others are being instructed there are only seven feasts in all. Our task is to biblically prove whether these things be true. Did Yeshua and his disciples after him continue to observe and teach others to do so as well? 

One of the most destructive strategies of the enemy involves changing the appointed times to meet with Yah (God). The biblical calendar is the very tool which Yah reestablished in order for the children of Israel to keep the times and seasons for God's appointed meetings. They were told if they kept these meetings with Him then He would cause them to be blessed beyond all other people on the face of the earth. Daniel 7:25 reflects hasatan's plan to pervert this appointed calendar in order for all disobedient people to be cursed by Yah and succumb to the power of the adversary. We endeavor to rediscover His biblical calendar & Sabbath rest in order to rebuild our relationship. 

The Hebraic Understanding of “The Revelation of Jesus Christ”

This course model addresses the commonly obvious subject matter about the book Revelation from a more hebraic perspective. Although this book starts with the essences of what the apostle John wrote about, we the church have somehow steered dangerously of course. Rev. 1:1 KJV reads as such ... “The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him, to shew unto his servants things which must shortly come to pass; and he sent and signified it by his angel unto his servant John:” So our endeavor is to academically understand what and how the “The Revelation of Jesus Christ” will impact the world and us as NT believers.


PR-015: Understanding Yah's (God's) authority is a biblical study pertaining to the Authority of Yah designed to equip the student with a clear and comprehensive understanding of the source and delegation of this authority, the importance of it, and what comes with that authority.


It will explore the betrayal, redemption and restoration of said authority, and the role of submission necessary for the release of the Spiritual Power And Protection of Yah's authority to mankind.


The course will wrap-up with the basic principles surrounding Yah's authority, our interaction with others and it's subsequent delegation to others.


[TBD] Submission & Committment ...

The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ ...