Talua Theological Training Institute

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  1. Kizmet

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    Dr. Leeman has been associated with several schools over his career, including Queen of Sheba University, discussed below. The thread says something about that school's closing.

    http://www.degreeinfo.com/accreditation-discussions-ra-detc-state-approval-unaccredited-schools/41927-queen-sheba-university-comes-goes.html

    An old quote from Dr. Bear, pinched from another forum: "Bernard Leeman has been involved with quite a few sincere (I have always thought) if quirky institutions over many years, from Azania University in South Africa to something in Papua New Guinea to something in Ethiopia to Sheba."

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    As his ancestry is that of a minority Siberian society, I find what Dr. Leeman says is very cogent - about the identity-smashing (and other wrongs) that have commonly been inflicted (and still are, in many places) not only upon many circumpolar peoples, but on indigenous populations in other places - including where I live.

    The indigenous peoples of Siberia have been of particular interest to me, for a long time.

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