This course is an introduction to the Aramaic translation of The Bible and The Ancient Near Eastern culture of the time using “The Seven Keys" (Aramaic language, Idioms, Mysticism, Psychology, Culture, Symbolism and Amplification), essential tools for knowing how to read the Bible and develop a meaningful understanding of The Bible. Through lecture, online class and discussion, independent study and written assignments, students will learn to read The Bible and apply “The Seven Keys”. The Program will consist of 6 Seminars; 2 hours Live Online, self study, and written assignments (optional for those not seeking the certificate). Students can enroll for any or all the seminars at any time depending upon their interests and time constraints. Completion of all six seminars is required to obtain the certificate. Seminars will be recorded for those who cannot attend live.
Written Assignments (For those pursuing the Certificate)
There will be six written assignments and a final assignment. Questions will be short sentences and short essay type questions. There will be a final project assigned which will be essay format one to three pages. Written assignments will be posted on the website for download or e-mail. Assignments should be completed using Microsoft Word and e-mailed.
** Those who are not particularly computer saavy may make arrangements with us to submit by postal mail and/or to submit legibly hand written assignments. Students will receive written comments by e-mail. **
Grading / Completion
Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory. Every effort will be made to work with students toward successful completion.
Open to ALL
The Holy Bible from Ancient Eastern Text....... George Lamsa (available in ABI store or e-book from Amazon)
King James Bible or other Bible
Let There Be Light-The Seven Keys….Rocco A. Errico (available in ABI store or e-book from Amazon)
The Institute’s Commitment
We are committed to serving everyone who has an interest in taking this course. There are no qualifications except interest in learning. We will be accessible by e-mail and telephone to all students to answer questions or discuss any concerns. Our goal is enlightenment.