Accreditation

From Authoritative Rabbinic Representatives of the House of Judah in Israel

The acceptance of your studies "provide HRTI students with highly qualified credentials approved by authoritative Rabbinic representatives of the House of Judah. These qualifications would not only be recognized by Rabbis world-wide but it could also serve as advanced credentials for these qualifying students should they one day wish to complete the ultimate Goal of Restoration, viz. to become ONE with the Stick of Judah (Ezek. 37)… Course credentials of this nature makes HRTI a leader in the Hebraic Restoration Movement."

Our Study Approach

Private universities are universities not operated by governments, such as Princeton University, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Stanford University, are ALL private universities

We use the HARVARD MODEL to explain our mission of training and education as a Private learning and mentoring institute - Internationally

Fact 1: All these top Universities were started by a single person, most of them with one goal in mind – Ministry!

Fact 2: All these top Universities are private institutions as they want to teach what they believe and do not want to be
            instructed by "governmental guidelines and instructions".

Fact 3: HRTI’s philosophy follows the model of Harvard (see below) as one of the renowned Universities in the world
            and insist to be "set apart" and teach what we Believe according to YHWH's instructions.

In Addition

As said at Fact 3, HRTI’s philosophy follow these renowned Universities’ guidelines and insist to be "set apart" and teach what we Believe according to YHWH's instructions.

See Harvard University - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harvard_University
See Princeton University - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princeton_University
See Stanford University - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_University

Fact 4: There is a difference in Regional accreditation and National accreditation in the United States
              http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regional_accreditation

Fact 5: Regional accreditation is a term used in the United States to refer to educational accreditation conducted by
             any of several accreditation bodies established to serve six defined geographic areas of the country for
             accreditation of schools, colleges, and universities. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regional_accreditation Regional
             accreditation generally applies to what most people consider a "traditional college or university, Harvard, etc.
             " National accreditation generally applies to what most people consider a "vocational college or institution"
             i.e. The Art Institute, etc.

Fact 6: National accreditation agencies focus on a specific field of study, for example, Art and Design, normally career-
             focused curriculum, and Regional accredited higher education institutions are predominantly academically
             oriented, non-profit institutions http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regional_accreditation

Fact 7: Every one of these Private Institutions has the right to set standards and refuse to accept transfer credits from
             a National Accreditation University http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regional_accreditation

Fact 8: If a student has gone to a Nationally accredited institution it may be particularly difficult to transfer credits
             (or even credit for a degree earned) if he or she then applies to a Regionally accredited institution
             http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regional_accreditation

Fact 9: "Rules for higher education accreditation vary from country to country. In most countries, the function of quality
             assurance for higher education institutions is conducted by a government ministry of education
             "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unrecognized_higher_education_accreditation_organizations

Fact 10: The question now is: "Which one of accreditation bodies are the epic of accreditation and the acceptable
             standard out of the estimated 3000-5000 accreditation entities?" Or "Which body is the zenith of legal authority
             or recognition?" Or "Some entities are esteemed highly religious accreditors, whose accreditation may have
             doctrinal significance but lacks recognized academic value, which one do I select?" Or "Some entities have
             sound and superior academic accreditation, but have major doctrinal flaws, must I compromise on YHWH’s
             Word for the sake of 'an acceptable' Accreditation?"

Conclusion

Bottom-line, we at HRTI declare forcefully that we cannot and will not deviate from YHWH’s Truth for the sake of a secular accreditation certificate, that hangs for the purposes of 'status' on our wall in exchange for teaching what we outright believe. Now my beloved friend, you must decide where your commitment lays: to have a piece of paper on your wall with an 'acceptable secular accreditation stamp' on, or to study sound Biblical doctrine to grow in rich Biblical knowledge and therefor deeply pleases YHWH because you do not compromise on His Word. Which one is more important?

Final thought

We are here to ultimately please Elohim, period!

You see we inform, but ultimately you choose