Saturday, December 14, 2013

The St. Clement of Rome School of Theology's DMin in Pastoral Reformed Apologetics

“For the Honor of Christ in Excellence of God’s Glory”

Name of Doctorate Student:

M. Andrew Petillo

Degree Pursuit and Accomplishment:

Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
In Pastoral Reformed Apologetics
At St. Peter’s Reformed Augustinian Seminary
Under the St. Clement of Rome School of Theology
Ocean Township, NJ, USA
(January 2011—December 2013)

The St. Clement of Rome School of Theology

Doctorate Courses (81 credits):

1.      Jehovah’s Witnesses (9 credits) To defend the Christian faith against the essential false doctrines of the Watchtower organization in light of the God-breathed Scriptures.

Demonstration Evidence of Course 1:

The Jehovah’s Witness Controversy: Discerning the Differences between the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society and Christianity

95-Disputations on Jehovah’s Witness Theology for Christian Unity

2.      The Holy Spirit Controversy (9 credits) To defend the Christian faith against the essential doctrine of the personality and deity of the Holy Ghost against various non-Christian cults.

 Demonstration Evidence of Course 2:

O, Come Divine Comforter: A Rational and Scriptural Study of the Person and Deity of the Holy Spirit 

95-Scriptural Points on God the Holy Ghost: A Biblically-grounded Sermon on the Personality and Deity of the Third Person of the Holy Trinity in the Infallible Word Alone

 The Holy Spirit Controversy: Discerning if the Holy Spirit is a Divine Person

3.      Scientology (9 credits)  To defend the Christian faith against the essential false teaching of the Church of Scientology.

Demonstration Evidence of Course 3:

Is the Scientologist* My Brother? Discerning the Difference between the Church of Scientology* and Christianity

4.      Resurrection (9 credits)  To defend the resurrection against atheism, reincarnation and various non-Christian teachings.

  Demonstration Evidence of Course 4:

That Very Foundation: The Reformed Doctrine of the Bodily Resurrection of the Incarnate Son of Man

The Resurrection of Christ Controversy: Discerning the Gospel of the Resurrection

5.      Freemasonry (9 credits)  To defend the Christian faith against the teaching of the Masonic Lodge in light of the God-breathed Scriptures.

 Demonstration Evidence of Course 5:

6.      Roman Catholicism (9 credits)  To defend the Christian faith against the teachings of the Church of Rome in light of the perpetuity of the divine and written Word and the irreconcilable orthodox view of history in light of Romanism.

  Demonstration Evidence of Course 6:

7.      Greek Orthodoxy (9 credits)  To defend the Christian faith in light of the written Word of God against Greek Orthodoxy.

 Demonstration Evidence of Course 7:

Fides Actualis: A Point-by-Point Sermon on a Call to Unity with the Orthodox Churches in Correction of their Teachings in Light of the Written Scriptures

8.      Islam (9 credits)  To defend the Christian faith in light of Scripture opposed to the Quran regarding Islam.

 Demonstration Evidence of Course 8:

50-Disputations on the False Religion of Islam, Section 1

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Doctorate Level Seminary Courses for a Bachelor's Level Training for Divinity Studies Concerning Future Research, Dissertations, and Godly In-Depth Studies

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 St. Polycarp (AD 69-155)
  1. The Sovereign Innocence of the Triune Godhead (3 credits)
  2. Dem Dry Bones:  The Book of Ezekiel (3 credits)
  3. Unknown and Disregarded Post-millennialism:  The Book of Jeremiah (3 credits)
  4. A Biblical Study of the Power of Being in Presuppositional Ontology in Light of the False Teachings of Greek Orthodoxy, Sedevacantism, Mormonism, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Hinduism (3 credits)
  5. A Study of Foredetermined Incarnation of Christ, the Supremacy of Glory and the Battle/Warfare over Glory, Ontological Eternal Self-Existence and Compatibilistic Freedom:  Why, How, Where, When and What Regarding the Fall of Satan and Human Beings (3 credits)
  6. "Biblical Mathematics and Economics" (3 credits)
  7. A Presuppositional Rationality of World Religions (3 credits)
  8. A Theological Approach to the History and Use of the Latin Language (3 credits)
  9. A Christian Approach of Warning Against the Occult (3 credits)
  10. A Biblical, Apologetic, Historical, Constitutional and Theological Approach to Ancient and Modern Immorality and Sodomy (3 credits)
  11. Freedom of God Evangelism (3 credits)
  12. The History of Roman Executions and Papal Forgeries (3 credits)
  13. A Biblical, Theological and Historical Study of Angelogy (3 credits)
  14. The Intent of the Atonement of Jesus Christ: Biblical and Historical Primary Sources (3 credits)
  15. The Book of Nahum (3 credits)
  16. The Role of the World and the Word in Mental Health (3 credits)

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

A Little Story About My Educational Journey

1.)  Ivy Hedge Nursery School

I attended here as a wee little boy but it was held in a Jewish Temple, but this school for children is out of business.  Some of the assistant teachers are still teaching children.  I was born shy and always worried where my parents were.  I had to make sure my mother was near by as a little boy because at that age I sought her attention.  I honestly doubt I did any of the work, but liked to play more.  I do recall a different religious atmosphere by outward appearance, but I was baptized a Roman Catholic.

2.)   Wanamassa Elementary School

I attended here from kindergarten to third grade.  I was eventually diagnosed with a perceptional learning disability by Dr. Benedict Trigani of Georgian Court University and later a memory disability (I think because of trauma)Sometime I also suffered from ear infections which made me hear the teacher as if I was under waterI hated the doctor because he would clean out my ears but it was painful.  I honestly hated being at this school, but I felt I was almost thrown out due to the fact of difficulty learning.  There was a meeting by the teachers, but we felt that learning was better if it was brought to a home-style approach with teacher edition books to aid the learning experience.  The teachers did not see this as a good thing but I did not do well at all.  I ended up transferring to a Roman Catholic school with Dr. Trigani's grandson.

3.)  St. Mary's Elementary School

I attended this little school from fourth to eighth grade.  I had a nun for a fourth grade teacher and it was horrible for the most part.  I think she retired at some place for the mentally ill.  A good friend would replace her after I entered fifth grade; later I would teach with her during my A.A. degree at Brookdale Community College for an education course.  I struggled in fourth, fifth, and sixth grade.  There was a time when I was doing so poorly in educational studies that it threatened basketball in fifth and sixth grade.  I remember saying something to the coach that I probably can't play anymore.  I was also nearly thrown out at this school because of a different approach to self-paced education, provisions and learning styles.  A friend stood up for me to allow me to continue attending St. Mary's that seemed to sway the parents and teachers.  Sometime around this time I was mentored by learning assistant (who later taught me at my Grandma's home at times), I was also mentored by another woman who taught me at her private home on educational studies and eventually "Mrs. S" (an elderly woman) taught me at her home about education in general studies and pronouncement of the English languageI was greatly impacted by an elderly Jewish woman at Monmouth Reading Center (now no longer in existence due to the fact of her passing) who also reenforced my reading skills and general education.  In her best judgment, she felt I was somewhat behind in grade levels but she worked to see me learn with her excellent learning team in sentences, the English language and working on getting to my grade level.  I also had help from this elderly learning friend at Brookdale Community College when I studied Mathematics (where I heard they were going to throw me out of school because I did not pass the requirements but defied that and took the course and passed it but by outward appearance I made it seem like I did not know) where a excellent tutor successfully helped me understand it better so I could work on it on my own.  Seventh and eighth grade was a great time, because I had teachers who accommodated me in my learning approach and also with my dad as coach we were able to win back-to-back parochial championships in basketball.  I started both seasons and our records were excellent as far as I remember.  I also did well in basketball as I played the game but I also played BYAA in NJ in a competitive league until High School, tournament team that went to Utah where we won the nationals under a coach who now coaches at Brookdale Community College as an assistant (the funny part is I was growing as a player and when I got the ball underneath to make a lay-up everyone was like "Oh no, he has the ball underneath" because I usually missed it but through training I overcame this in basketball), a Wall Township basketball summer league, and the Boy's Club basketball team.  As far as I know, I was doing well educationally and athletically.  We would win our games and I was usually the main basketball player.  At this time, I played the basketball position of a shooting-like forward.

4.)  Ocean Township High School

I attended four years of Ocean Township High School, but also learned Latin that helps me to this dayI played varsity as a freshman and started the first game, but after this the head coach told the JV coach I would play for him.  I remember the first game I played against my teammates from BYAA and they out played us in that game.  I was happy to see them do so well, because I played against them at the Catholic league and BYAA.  I ended up playing JV as a freshman, but I remember the coach had a winning record.  It was the only season I enjoyed at this High School.  I remember our team when I played did excellent and we won.  I learned making assists and scoring.  The coach made everyone a captain at different times, but I only cared about the fun of the game.  The next year I played Varsity but did well when played.  I think toward the end of the season I was able to score a good game.  Junior year I was the highest scorer, but senior year I was benched.   The principal of Ocean would always give me good teachers, because he was there in the time when he saw my learning problem.  I also played European level basketball during Gym Rat scrimmages and Rich Leary's basketball tournament team where I played against NBA talent.  I did well educationally at this time, but I became depressed and lost Rocky's "motivzation."  Do I mean there was just basis for benching me my senior year?  Not at all.   It was played at the 1994 assault with players but I also played in a YMCA league with a police man Officer Mike Jones.  We did okay and I enjoyed the game but also played in another league.  I believe it was religious discrimination due to the context of 1994 because of the interests of men who further a evil planning of time.  I ended up graduating with my High School diploma but never attended the ceremony.  In passing, it is good to have educational studies and athletics combined because both compliment each other and it is good for the health of the mind.  Elsewhere on my other site I will get into what higher education schools recruited me for basketball, but I did well in my studies here.

5.)   Graduated College, University and Seminary Education
a.)   Brookdale Community College 
b.)   Monmouth and Liberty University
c.)   Biola University
d.)   St. Andrew's Theological College and Seminary

Basic Conclusion:  I graduated all of my studies from an associates to a doctorate degree in six academic degrees.  I probably learned the most in long-papers especially the undergraduate, graduate and doctorate presentations.  I have supplied elsewhere what this consisted of.

The Context of Now:  I have decided to create this Reformed Baptist Seminary because there needs to be a "educational threat" to the way of the world in taking the world back to self-taught mentoring approaches that further the European method of learning.  I also have made it my mission in life to do what is anathema and attend my own seminary.  In passing, I have done this because I not only disagree with the most of the methodology of education but I also had to endure sitting in the classrooms of civil violators of the law where I agonized in attending class mostly at Clever Sinner's University, but the most important thing is I got through it and learned through thesis and later a great dissertation.  There is other details but it basically means conflict due to the game plan of Jesus Christ in opposition to Satan's minions in plain right and wrong.

"docent discere"
(teach to learn)

Sunday, September 22, 2013

St. Peter's Reformed Augustinian Seminary

St. Peter's Reformed Augustinian Seminary:

A Church-Based Seminary As Anathema in Light of the Elites of Education

1.)  With Warm Welcome to Reformed Confessional Local Churches of the Baptist and Presbyterian Faith

2.)  There Is Legitimacy to Hold to the London Confession and Westminster Confession

3.)  This Seminary Is Through the Local Church in the Study of a European Method of Dissertation and Eldesrhip Mentorship Completely Without Money and Accreditation

4.)  Our "Degrees" Are Free But Not Cheap Nor Diploma Mill to Just Hand Out Degrees Because We Believe that "Clever Sinner's Seminary, University and College" Has Become Liberal But There Are Some Good Seminaries Left

5.)  We Want to Focus on Rigorous and Arduous Education Through the Word Taught and Preached and Book Research So We Are Conformed To the Image of Christ and Grow in Godly Living in the Following But Discriminatory Free Degrees or Diplomas or Certificates (If You Enter the Program It Is A Church-Based Study Without Worldly Wisdom):

a.)  Bachelors of Divinity (thesis question/dissertation 200 pages/oral presentation in PowerPoint/conclusion of thesis)
b.)  Masters of Divinity (thesis question/dissertation 300 pages/oral presentation in PowerPoint/conclusion of thesis)
 c.)   Doctorate of Divinity (thesis question/dissertation 500 pages/oral presentation in PowerPoint/conclusion of thesis)