Prove [test] all things
and accept that which is true.
(1 Thessalonians 5:20).
There is fully described in the holy scriptures
a specific universal pattern or divine principle for demonstrating, explaining and proving what is true concerning our creator
and his purpose. It's also called a measuring rod, and Saul speaks of this "hidden wisdom" in his first
letter to the Corinthians. For it provides us a sure method in handling the scriptures honestly, and that is why
we are confident that what we present will stand the test. This is the "Key" to learning how to "see eye
to eye" and to speaking the same thing. So if you stay around here and learn, then you would learn why we
adamantly hold to the the idea of testing or proving a matter. We encourage you to come and re--examine, re-investigate
and review the evidence we offer to support what we are saying.
(Bible Refernces: Exodus 25:8-9; Revelation 11:1, NIV;
1 Corinthians 2:7, KJV;
2 Corintians 4:2; 1 Thessalonians 5:21-22; 2
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We are vigilant in our efforts to
provide a maximum user friendly interaction and learning experience. But you may fine some area that is not finished or where some features may not work as they should;
so please bear with us. Much like a fetus in the womb: our campus and studies are formed and
developed according to the tabernacle-pattern which serves as a universal principle. Because the pattern, as a principle, is a threefold
structure; therefore the development
of our university and learning programs are also arranged in three parts.
Once our programs are completed the student or learner should be greatly benefited from this structured and systematic way of learning. The Book of Exodus
is the source for our direction in this task (see Exodus 25:8-9, 40; Hebrews 8:3-5).