The Commission of Human Rights Advocacy for all People, Empowered by The Mighty Warriors University Through Abyssinian Rite to Govern the Accreditation of Coman Law, Protestant Hebrew Canon Law, to Manage the Work of Practitioners, and to License Practitioners and Schools, Colleges. The goal of the commission is to maintain the Ethical Accountability of All Members. The CANON LAW HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION of North Las Vegas, N.V. anyone wishing to contact them may call the President, Dr. Washanti Ta’ Marryham, Monday through Thursday between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon at (702) 650-6762.
We wish to make it perfectly clear that our Accrediting and Commission, C.L.H.R.C., is in, no way connected with either EAES or COPA. The school is, regulated and found on Canon Law, rooted in over 5,000 years of Supreme Authority, engraved in Statutes, Ordinance, and Commandments from the Divine Torah given unto Moses. The principles of Canon Law separates the Law School from traditional law colleges.
As the Church and State have been separated for over 200 years in America according, to the United States of America Constitution. This is one of the very reasons Canon Law School Has chosen not to seek endorsement by either the EAES or COPA. Nonetheless, the Commission is aspiring to grow rapidly as a respected international prospective network of schools on the cutting edge of Canon law philosophies built on a biblical foundation. Mk.12:17; Ja. 4:4; II Cor. 6:14.
Accreditation Defined (Source: Merriam Webster)
To accredit is to give official authorization to or approval of; to provide with credentials; to recognize or vouch for as conforming with a standard; to recognize as
maintaining standards that qualify the graduates for admission to higher or more specialized institutions or for professional practice; to consider or recognize as outstanding.
U.S. Department of Education Accreditation
USDE accreditation is not necessary for the theological degrees in which we offer. Individuals seeking employment in government-licensed positions such as public school teachers, state-licensed psychologists or psychiatrists, and non-church-related counselors will more than likely need USDE accredited degrees.
Generally speaking, people working in ministry positions do not need a USDE accredited degree. If you are pursuing an education at CDI with the intent of obtaining employment or for some other reason, you should check with that organization BEFORE applying for enrollment in CDI. CDI assumes no liability of any kind.
Separation of Church and State
There is secular education and there is religious education.
Religious schools are not legally required to become accredited
Secular schools seek secular education, and sacred schools receive sacred or ecclesiastic accreditation—each by their own peers.
Religious institutions need no secular accreditation because they offer no secular degrees.
Secularaccreditationassociations in turn are recognized by governmental agencies.
They trace their authority back to the capital of a country, like Washington, D.C.
Religious accrediting associations are recognized by the Church of Jesus Christ, which has no supreme central office on earth. Our authority is derived directly from Heaven.
Civil and religious interests are different and have separate realms of jurisdiction.
The State is not superior to the Church. The Church need not wait for approval from the secular world.
Civil agencies should not be dictating standards of Christian education, any more than a police officer should be directing the worship of God.
Theological Seminaries should not be accredited by accrediting associations that are “recognized” by an agency of the federal government, because it is contrary to the Biblical principle of “Separation of Church and State,” indicated by Christ when He said, “…Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s…” (Mark 12:17).
What business does a Christian educator have going to the world of unbelievers for recognition
and acknowledgment when 2 Corinthians 6:14 clearly tells us, “Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness?”
A religious educational institution securing accreditation from an association which is attached to a governmental agency is a Scripturally condemned and unholy union as James 4:4 says, “Ye adulterers and adulteresses, know ye not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God?”
Why not become accredited by the Department of Education? In many cases the government’s Department of Education is not qualified to accredit a private school, such as a Bible School, because the DOE is secular and a Bible or Christian School is spiritual thus our standards are not secular and cannot be judged by secular standards!
As we find in 1 Corinthians 2:14 “But the natural man receiveth, not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.” Therefore a state agency is not able to determine if a spiritually directed learning institution is meeting the mandates of the Bible!
Accreditation has many benefits for both educational institutions and students, but it is neither a guaranty nor is it the sole criterion of an excellent education. Every accredited institution was once unaccredited. For example, Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) was founded in 1924 but was not accredited by SACS until 1969, long after the graduation of notables such as Dwight Pentecost, Charles Ryrie, and Chuck Swindoll. Dallas Theological Seminary was not accredited by ATS until 1994, but its excellent education before then is unassailable.
Where promotional material for an unaccredited institution consists of an advertisement in a periodical published by a person or entity that is not affiliated with the unaccredited institution, the disclosure required in subsection (a) may be abbreviated to state as follows NOT ACCREDITED BY AN AGENCY RECOGNIZED BY THE U.S. SECRETARY OF EDUCATION.
The disclosure required under this subsection shall be made in a type size as large or larger than any other text in the advertisement.
Degree program(s) of study offered by [your Institution’s Name] have been declared exempt from the requirements for licensure under provisions of North
Carolina General Statutes (G.S.) 116-15(d) for exemption from licensure with respect to religious education. Exemption from licensure is not based upon any assessment of program quality under established licensing standards.
You will also be asked to reference the page number for the grievance policy in your course catalog that states:
If students are unable to resolve a complaint through the institution’s grievance procedures, they may review the Student Complaint Policy, complete the Student Complaint Form (PDF) located on the State Authorization webpage at https://www.northcarolina.edu/stateauthorization, and submit the complaint to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the following mailing address:
North Carolina Post-Secondary Education Complaints
c/o Student Complaints
University of North Carolina System Office
910 Raleigh Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27515-2688