The classes for 2018 are taking shape. It is one of the last major projects for the new website. There are a lot of questions in anticipation for the development and the implementation of the curriculum.
Q: How did this curriculum come about?
A: It is another step in the development of the philosophy. It is one of the last major projects to be rolled out in one fail swoop. Between the outlines and the transitions classes, there are hundreds of classes that are going to be introduced.
Q: What is the transitions class?
A: Think of the transitions class as a study into the tertiary canon. The other classes will focus mainly on the primary and secondary canons as well as the quaternary canon and the words of the prophets and Christs in the perspective of IUAEC. The transitions class is an open book for people to dive into topics and works that appeal to them the most.
Q: How will the other classes be organized?
A: They will be organized into two terms with the cutoff being at week 32. Some classes will take two terms and others will only be one. What classes people choose to be a part of will be up to them.
Q: When will these classes take place?
A: They will take place whenever local leadership deems them to be necessary according to the local needs of the community. Most of them will take place in the evenings and on the weekends according to what has been seen in the past. Childrens programs may take place on weeknights as well.
Q: How will these classes tie in to the sacraments?
A: Many of the classes will be development programs to receive the sacraments. A lot of the Children’s classes will take this format as well.
Q: Are these required?
A: No they are not, but they are encouraged not only for the content, but for the fellowship that takes place as well.
Q: Who will teach these classes?
A: Teachers, apprentices of teachers, and volunteers where needed.
Q: How will the classes tie into the homilies and the weekly meeting schedule?
A: The homilies and the weekly meeting schedule published on the website are more for personal study, which is highly encouraged and small groups based on these topics can be formed. However, they will not be incorporated into classes at all.
Q: What does the first presidency hope to accomplish with the classes?
A: The classes will help with the formalization of the development of sacraments, will help in the study of all of the canons on an equal playing field, and it will also help in the organization of local stakes when it comes to what it can teach to the people.
Q: Can ordinary leaders and members have input for future classes?
A: They absolutely can when the program has been tested and been proven to be successful. The timeline of the classes will have to fit into the schedule.
Q: Where can additional resources be found?
A: HereRyan Hite President and Founder Inner and Universal Aquarian Epochal Chancellate Cell: 720-207-7943 Websites: Ryan J. Hite IUAEC Savvycards: Ryan J. Hite IUAEC Books: Amazon Createspace Wishlist: Amazon H Perks Website: H Perks Shop: Café Press Social Media: Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Tumblr Google + Youtube Pinterest Twitter