All Nations Apostolic Seminary Accredited by Jesus Christ

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  1. RAM PhD

    RAM PhD Member

  2. Randell1234

    Randell1234 Moderator Staff Member

    What a deal:
    Apostolic Seminary offers 100% tuition-free online (distance learning) Christian education.

    But do not forget about those admin fees!

    Certificate
    Administrative Fees
    North America and European Applicants ($250.00 for the entire program)


    BS Degree
    Administrative Fees
    North America and EU Countries ($600.00 for the entire program)
    All Other Countries ($300.00 for the entire program)


    MS degree
    Administrative Fees
    •North America and EU Countries $600.00
    •All Other Countries $300.00

    Doctoral degree
    Administrative Fees
    North America and EU Countries ($700.00 for the entire program)
    All Other Countries ($350.00 for the entire program)
     
  3. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    I do not have any personal experience with this accreditor but I understand that he has a relatively good reputation.:newangel:
     
  4. RAM PhD

    RAM PhD Member

    Based on this accreditor's good reputation, perhaps CHEA recognition isn't all that important. :smile:
     
  5. RAM PhD

    RAM PhD Member

    Further reading on the ANAS site reveals that since Jesus was accredited by God (Acts 2:22, NIV), the school is also accredited by God.
     
  6. LearningAddict

    LearningAddict Well-Known Member

    LOL! That's so bold you have to just root for any place with that kind of brass.

    Just imagine what the accreditation site visits must be like! Holy Toledo!
     
  7. Shawn Ambrose

    Shawn Ambrose New Member

    To be fair to ANAS - this is at the bottom of their first page:


    "All Nations Apostolic Seminary is currently not accredited by any human accrediting agency. As a new Bible school, we are prayerfully considering which Christian accreditation body we should become part of. We are also in the process of seeking Religious exemption from the State of Virginia."
     
  8. Randell1234

    Randell1234 Moderator Staff Member

    Would that be like RA + AACSB?
     
  9. Randell1234

    Randell1234 Moderator Staff Member

    Shawn,
    Thanks for being a voice of reason...Perhaps they will look for accreditation down the road...maybe...
     
  10. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    I like the fact that they seem at least a bit sensitive to the concept of accreditation. We know it's a major hurdle to many endeavors. Best of luck.
     
  11. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    Jesus didn't establish a college, he established a congregation. He trained his disciples apprentice-style and they in turn did the same with their students. Oh, and they didn't charge any administrative fees (Matthew 10:8; Acts 8:18-21).

    Sorry, but this school, sincere or otherwise, does not fit even in the least any of the criteria of a school that would be accredited by the man himself, most of which I will not get ito. They probably do a shoddy job of teaching the Bible anyway, like all such unichurchities.

    Hm. Cynical me, tonight.
     
  12. RAM PhD

    RAM PhD Member

    Perhaps a voice wanting to give ANAS the benefit of the doubt; however, let's see if an attempt is ever made to obtain legitimate accreditation. I seriously doubt it.
     
  13. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    Ten different Master's degrees and ten different Doctorates - each for a few hundred bucks. Who's teaching all these advanced programs?
    This can't be serious. I take this place with a ton of Pixie-Dust!

    Here's a page on the proprietor - I don't know the source of his degrees. http://www.allnationsfc.org/apostle-thomas-anokye-gyambrah.html

    "Unichurchity" - thanks Maniac. Good one. My new word for today.

    Johann
     
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  14. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    It is perhaps significant that one pays one's money to the school at the same address as "All Nations for Christ." Both entities are headquartered at: 844 Mallside Forest Court, #304, Charlottesville, VA 22901, U.S.A.

    Johann
     
  15. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    Now I know the source of the owner's degrees - from the "School" site:

    Apostle Thomas Anokye-Gyambrah, D.D.
    •D.D., Spirit of Truth Institute, USA

    •M.A., Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, USA

    •B.Ed., University of Cape Coast, Ghana

    So -his own "Doctorate" is a clinker. School (one of the last remaining Tripod sites?) is here, along with its bogus accreditor. We had an old thread (2002) about its $200 "honorary" doctorates. FGCFI: SPIRIT OF TRUTH INSTITUTE

    Man with bogus Doctorate offers your choice of 10 equally bogus doctorates, claiming they're accredited by Jesus? What disgraceful effrontery!

    Johann
     
  16. RAM PhD

    RAM PhD Member

    Spoken like an apostle, i.e., very true!!!
     
  17. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    OMG, Tripod?! I think I'm in nostalgiabetic shock.
     
  18. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    Nostalgiabetic? Unichurchity? Wow! You're in rare form today, Maniac!
    Thanks for two extremely apt new words! Your essays must be very interesting reading! :smile:

    Johann
     
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  19. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    That's just me being me. I like to live vicariously through myself.

    I haven't written an essay since high school, but when it comes to neologistical nightmates, I am number pun! :bigok:
     
  20. Koolcypher

    Koolcypher Member

    All Nations response: "RA overrated, NA useless, AACSB not needed, we carry universal accreditation. Recognized across the universe."

    When asked if their accreditation is valid, All Nations responds:

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