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Saint John Chrysostom Theological Seminary


St. John Chrysostom Theological Seminary


2 Peter 2:10 

But chiefly them that walk after the flesh in the lust of uncleanness, and despise government. Presumptuous are they, selfwilled, they are not afraid to speak evil of dignities. 


James Trimm lives in Texas, and states he obtained his "diploma" from a legitimate source. Certain laws apply in order for an educational facility to be licensed to grant degrees. The purpose for the required licensing is found posted by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Their Application form shows all the issues related to applying to become licensed to grant degrees.  [Bolding added]




It is the policy and purpose of the State of Texas to prevent deception of the public resulting from the conferring and use of fraudulent or substandard college and university degrees; it is also the purpose of this subchapter to regulate the use of academic terminology in naming or otherwise designating educational institutions, the advertising, solicitation or representation by educational institutions or their agents, and the maintenance and preservation of essential academic records. Because degrees and equivalent indicators of educational attainment are used by employers in judging the training of prospective employees, by public and private professional groups in determining qualifications for admission to and continuance of practice, and by the general public in assessing the competence of persons engaged in a wide range of activities necessary to the general welfare, regulation by law of the evidences of college and university educational attainment is in the public interest. To the same end the protection of legitimate institutions and of those holding degrees from them is also in the public interest.


Texas Education Code, Chapter 61, Subchapter G -


...The Board has set the application fee, found in §5.213(e) of the certification rules, at $3,000. This fee covers the cost of the on site review which will be conducted to review your application. It covers the cost of expenses for the review team, usually four members, and a Coordinating Board staff member, along with consultant fees for the team...."

James Trimm has consistently made the claim that his diploma was legitimate and that he earned it from Saint John Chrysostom Theological Seminary (SJCTS). SJCTS has made the claims that they are qualified to be able to dispense degrees, regardless of the laws. They have never been licensed in New Mexico or Texas to grant degrees. Texas Higher Education has provided the view the State of Texas has for non-licensed establishments that offer illegal degrees. Since we are to uphold the laws of the land, what really is the issue?

A closer look at SJCTS is worth the time. Trimm said:

"...My doctorate is from St. John Chrysostom Theological Seminary

About St. John Chrysostom Theological Seminary

An Ecumenical Seminary of the Catholic Apostolic Church
in North America

Which is the authentic representative of The "Igreja Catolica Apostolica Brasileira" (the Catholic Apostolic Church of Brazil) ..."

It's noteworthy that James is quoting what should be on the SJCTS History. "Igreja Catolica Apostolica Brasileira" is ICAB and Catholic Apostolic Church in Brazil or CACIB is the English translation of that. And in fact, it is the Catholic Apostolic Church in Brazil, not of Brazil, as James states.

In the Saint John Chrysostom Theological Seminary  website, it is stated that it is, "An Ecumenical Seminary of The Catholic Apostolic Church in America" and also states they have, "Affiliated Schools, Castillo Mendez Theological Seminary of Belize & St Charles Theological Academy." To date, the affiliated schools have not been located. 

As an aside, Saint John Chrysostom, which is the person this "school" is named after, has an interesting background. According to one site that appears to pray to him, as Catholic theology would have people do, a defense was made concerning John Chrysostom. [] The author of the site stated that, while over the years Chrysostom has been accused by detractors of being an anti-semite and a racist, he apparently, according to that defender, was quite clear in his writings about being against judaizers, not Jews. Other sites have portrayed Chrysostom as a rabid anti-semite.

It is also interesting to note that James Trimm attacked his former Messianic Jewish Rabbi on a public internet forum. The Rabbi's name was Stan Eisenberg. This researcher spoke with a source on the telephone who knows Stan Eisenberg personally, and who remarked, "He is of the highest ethical and spiritual standard and lives his life daily for God and is a dedicated teacher." 

Stan Eisenberg responded to James Trimm's assault, and his comments can be viewed here. Stan Eisenberg Letter.  What we have then, is someone who pretends to be Jewish slandering a man that has true Jewish heritage on both sides, paternally and maternally, who was brought up in traditional Judaism, who attempted to mentor James into the truth. But James, in rebellion, refused and was dis-fellowshipped from that congregation, and then set out to establish his own "religion", where he would be the sole authority, answerable to no one. It appears to this author, that those who in the past have cried Lashon Hara [evil tongue], the loudest being James Trimm, have in reality, been the biggest offenders.

Would not Trimm's attack against his former Jewish rabbi be considered by some, to be anti-semitic in nature? If this is so, then James Trimm and his group of SJCTS friends could fall into the camp of being defined as either judaizers or anti-semitic or both.

Matthew 23:13-15

But woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye shut up the kingdom of heaven against men: for ye neither go in yourselves, neither suffer ye them that are entering to go in.
Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye devour widows' houses, and for a pretence make long prayer: therefore ye shall receive the greater damnation.
Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye compass sea and land to make one proselyte, and when he is made, ye make him twofold more the child of hell than yourselves.

The Catholic Apostolic Church in North America uses the short form of CACINA ®, which is a registered Trademark of the CACINA Diocese of Virginia, Inc., a Delaware Corporation. The official CACINA Logo is also a Trademark of the CACINA Diocese of Virginia, Inc., a Delaware Corporation. According to information provided to another researcher, from that organization, and via email to another query, there was no Seminary for CACINA ® in 1995, prior to that time or since.  There had never been one. 

In fact that researcher reported that the organization President stated he had not been aware that there was such a thing as SJCTS. Any doctorate or degrees issued by Don De Cordova, would have been on his own volition, as the Saint John Chrysostom Theological Seminary was not a Seminary venture or representative of the official organization of CACINA®. By all  appearances, that is what the SJCTS is suggesting. 

Seminaries do not need state authorization to train clergy in theology, and each Bishop can train clergy. However, Bishop Don De Cordova was not authorized to offer academic degrees without the required and proper state licensing. 

According to the researcher, Bishop Don De Cordova left the official organization due to a dispute in December, 1995. That means from that point on he was actually no longer a Bishop with CACINA ®. Meaning, that the Diploma issued to Trimm could still have the appearance of being from a seminary of CACINA ®, if there was actually one, because until that time, De Cordova was recognized by that church, even though they had no connection to his seminary, even if it had been legally licensed.

In sharp contrast to the December 1995 exit from that organization, was the February 2003 "stjohntheological" letter sent to newsgroups for damage control and validation of James Trimm's doctorate and other doctorates which SJCTS dispensed without proper licensing. It stated that De Cordova left CACINA ® in 1997, a two year difference, from what the researcher reported. 

"Bishop Don de Cordova left the active ministry with the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America in 1997 after CACINA squables over the leadership and theology. He went into seclusion for a sabbatical period and into the private practice of ministry to those suffering from chemical dependency and psychiatric disorders."


Saint John's - A Closer Look


Titus 1:15-16

Unto the pure all things are pure: but unto them that are defiled and unbelieving is nothing pure; but even their mind and conscience is defiled. They profess that they know God; but in works they deny him, being abominable, and disobedient, and unto every good work reprobate.

If one looks a little closer at what precisely is said on the St. John site we will notice something rather peculiar. On the current SJCTS web site, [now shut down] manufactured at the beginning of May, 2003 and slowly being added to, we see that they say the following:

An Ecumenical Seminary
The Catholic Apostolic Church in America

Igreja Catolica Apostolica Brasileira

The SJCTS site also states in their History:

Catholic Apostolic Church in North America

"The Catholic Apostolic Church in North America (CACINA) is the authentic representative church of Igreja Catolica Apostolica Brazileira in the United States possessing full sacramental and Episcopal communion."

However, the official site for, "The Catholic Apostolic Church in North America", is the CACINA .org, which has held the legal Trademark for that name since June of 2002.  The organization is described by some as a break away organization from Roman Catholicism and it's history is on their website and other internet sites.

SJCTS also states, "...The Seminary is organized and operated under the Ecclesiastical Approbation of the Primate of the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America, Patriarchate of Igreja Catolica Apostolica Brazileira, and the Metropolitan Province of Santa Fe."

Meaning, they are saying they are operating under the authority of the official CACINA ®, which is impossible since Don De Cordova left CACINA ® in 1995, and they state they have had no seminary. And in fact, the SJCTS seminary statement is that they are, "An Ecumenical Seminary of The Catholic Apostolic Church in America", which is an entirely different statement than the legally registered Trademark name of, The Catholic Apostolic Church in North America"

This is a legally registered least the one with "in North America" is. That is the one that Trimm and SJCTS people are saying is legitimate...but apparently SJCTS has utilized the wrong name, hence wrong credentials. The reason. They could not legally use the official name. It is now legally registered to the official church organization.

In the SJCTS History, which attempts to match the official CACINA ® history, but contradicts the facts regarding the seminary according to research mentioned above: 

"During the summer of 1987 the Seminary Trustees determined to improve the course of studies and broaden its constituency. In 1988 Dom Bryant de Cordova Bishop of Santa Fe and Professor of Theology completed four year research project which enhanced the curriculum, redesigned the Seminary program and instituted an integrated approach to theological education. The task was complete with a new emphasis in theological competence and pastoral preparation"

"The Seminary is the Provincial Seminary of the Metropolitan Province of Santa Fe a recognized ecclesiastical territory of the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America."

Being in a "recognized ecclesiastical territory of the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America," (CACINA) is not saying they are a part of that organization. They are implying that. There was no State licensed seminary by that name that was authorized to give degrees, and there was no address in New Mexico where they say it existed. 

The Saint John Chrysostom Theological Seminary is in essence saying they ARE NOT the authentic representative of  ICAB or CACINA ®. The official CACINA ® organization is.


Deceased "Current" Faculty 

Romans 1:28 

And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient; 29 Being filled with all unrighteousness, fornication, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; full of envy, murder, debate, deceit, malignity; whisperers,...31 Without understanding, covenantbreakers, without natural affection, implacable, unmerciful: 32 Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them.

According to one website >, which documents the history and shows the apparent lineage of the official CACINA ® organization, we find that Don De Cordova was consecrated as Bishop in 10/08/1988, by Luís Fernando Castillo-Méndez and in 11/06/1983, had been ordained a priest by Francis Jerome Joachim Ladd. Some of those names mentioned are also found in the official CACINA ® history, which should be, since they are part of the historical record of that organization. Of more interest is the fact that Dom Carlos E Escobedo, mentioned as one of SJCTS's  "Theological faculty", was also consecrated a bishop on 10/08/1988, the same date as Don De Cordova, and also at San José, California, by Luís Fernando Castillo-Méndez. 

The author of the lineage website stated, of the lineage from the Brazilian church, and it's founder, Duarte Costa, 

"....Msgr. Duarte Costa acted as (principal or co-) consecrator for several independent bishops, the first in 1945 and the last, shortly before his death, in 1961...

In the years since his death, however, the few bishops he consecrated have become the source of claimed episcopal orders for a immense number of clergymen (and even women!) saying they are validly consecrated "Catholic" bishops..."

In his Outline to the various lineages, he explains that many have changed from one denomination to another, and in fact, many are not truly ordained, and some lineages are difficult to track and record. 

"Outline of Episcopi Vagantes...."

II. The Complex Lineages:

"Three of the following four lineages comprise several scores of clergymen, all claiming valid "Catholic" orders. Many of these clergymen, however, have transferred repeatedly from one denomination to another, often even exchanging sub conditione consecrations among each other, thereby making very difficult the charting of their claimed lines of "apostolic succession."

The four lineages he is issuing these facts about are the ones that contain the information on Don De Cordova, Jerome Joachim, Carlos Escobedo, Justo R Gonzalez -Trimino, Juan Jose Villegas, and Bishop Raymond Kelly of the official CACINA ®

In fact, many of the names are found on the official site, which validates their lineage, if this writer understands how the genealogy works, back to the founder, Msgr. Duarte Costa. Because they were not aware of the seminary or its activities or the various people that may or may not have been aware of their names being used on SJCTS, we can assume that the official organization would be appalled that some would attempt to validate themselves in this manner. 

All the names mentioned, are either involved with Saint John Chrysostom Theological Seminary (SJCTS), the official CACINA ®, or are on the State corporate records for: Saint John -- # 1511872; CACIB-- # 0846584  CACINA--- # 0825232., with some variation to the names.

Perhaps what is most interesting is that although Don De Cordova is on all the corporate records except the California one, he is not found anywhere in the official CACINA ® web site. Not even in their History.

On the Saint John's web site, under their Corporate Trustees page, we see the same names, or variations of them:

Corporate Trustees

Dom Don Bryant de Cordova, S.T.D.
Chairman, Board of Trustees
Metropolitan Bishop of Santa Fe

Dom Justo R Gonzalez-Trimino
Primate of CACINA

Dom Jerome Joachim, Ph.D.
Primate of CACIB in US

Seminary Administration

Dom Don Bryant de Cordova
President and Rector of the Seminary

Dom Justo Gonzalez-Trimino III
Vice President

Kimberly A Adamson

Alicia Solomon


The Seminary is not accredited at this time.
Episcopal authentication and approval is primary under the canons and constitution of the Church.
With Episcopal approbation the Seminary will seek recognition through the Association of Theological Schools and Institute of Biblical Scholarship and Research.
The Seminary is organized and operated under the Ecclesiastical Approbation of the Primate of the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America, Patriarchate of Igreja Catolica Apostolica Brazileira, and the Metropolitan Province of Santa Fe.
And is therefore accredited for theological studies by the U.S. College of Bishops.

Alicia Solomon, mentioned in the administration of SJCTS, obtained her Masters in music from SJCTS...which is really a feat, because SJCTS doesn't appear to have a music program.

Their Accreditation statement, "The Seminary is organized and operated under the Ecclesiastical Approbation of the Primate of the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America," or CACINA ®,  means that they are stating they are operating under the authority of their corporate trustee: "Dom Justo R Gonzalez-Trimino, Trustee, Primate of CACINA."

Please note that the web site, from which De Cordova broke from in 1995, had listed Dom Justo R Gonzalez-Trininio----not Trimino-- and there is no mention in the CACINA ® history of him being Primate, on their site or in the lineage website.;

We find that the mention of  "Dom Jerome Joachim, Ph.D. Trustee Primate of CACIB in US," questionable because, unless these people are raising the dead, one can't have Jerome Joachim as anything current. Unless we are speaking of someone who had the same name, who was also Primate of CACINA ®, as SJCTS states. 

From the CACINA ® website history, we noted that Bishop Francis Jerome Joachim Ladd, did become the second Primate of CACINA ®.  When he retired, and resigned as Primate, he moved to Mexico, working for the parallel organization called the Catholic Apostolic Church of Mexico, until his death, November 5, 1997. 

From that same source we noted that Bishop Justo Gonzalez also held the office of third Primate and although still living, left that ministry. 


Jerome Joachim is found on the corporate records for St John Chrysostom Theological Seminary in California (C1230651), and New Mexico (# 1511872). He is also on the corporate record of The Catholic Apostolic Church In North America (# 0825232) and also the corporate record of CACIB (# 0846584). And he is never listed as Francis Jerome Joachim Ladd in those records. 

According to the Lineage records he was ordained a priest in 1974, consecrated a bishop in 1974, 1982, and 1985, each time to a different church. But that history suggests that Francis Jerome Joachim Ladd, is also Jerome Joachim.

It is most interesting that he also obtained his PhD from Saint John Chrysostom Theological Seminary, and also signed James Trimm's diploma as Registrar.

Since Jerome Joachim died in 1997, doesn't it seem odd to have him as a Trustee as well as on the current Faculty page of SJCTS in 2003?

The Theological Faculty...

Dom Jerome Joachim
Professor of Canon Law and Liturgics

Ph.D., Saint John Chrysostom Theological Seminary
S.T.B., Transfiguration Seminary
D.D.(hc) St. Thomas College, Montreal
Registered Public Accountant Pennsylvania
Supplemental Studies Arizona State University,
University of California, University of Southern California
Consecrated 1974

Jerome Joachim isn't the only deceased person found on the Saint John Chrysostom Theological Seminary faculty page, current, as of June 12, 2003. Amazingly, Marian Hargis aka Miryam B'rit-Hargis died December 24, 1999. Miryam B'rit-Hargis, is the mother of David Hargis and Don Hargis. These people seem to have no shame. Don Hargis is actually Bishop Don Bryant de Cordova. He changed his name, but uses both or variations of the names depending on what he is doing. For a chart showing the complicity of the people involved in this scheme, see Table of Credentials. Listed under the Erasmus College of Fellows, along with David Hargis:

The Theological Faculty....

Erasmus College of Fellows

Mt. Rev. Robert Zeiger
Professor of Orthodox Theology

The Reverend Father Michael Baca O.F.M.
The Primacy of Christ and the Hospice Ministry

The Reverend Doctor Marian Hargis
Evangelical Prayer and Ministry

The Reverend Doctor David M Hargis
The Hebrew Christian Tradition


Gospel of Jesus Christ...Bagavad Gita...or Jewel of the Lotus?


Ephesians 4:14 -15

That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive; But speaking the truth in love, may grow up into him in all things, which is the head, even Christ:

SJCTS has been in a state of flux from it's inception at the beginning of May 2003. But what has been astonishing is what one finds one day versus the next. Examples are found in the Seminary Approach and also their Seminary Philosophy, which has been changed several times.

Saved from their "seminary approach" page 5/21/2003

The Seminary Approach

The course of study is an integrated unit of five disciplines:...

The integration of the five disciplines is achieved through a tripartite approach to theological education. This is conceptually based within the dynamic theological process of the acquisition of knowledge and understanding within the process of the practicing of wisdom. The ability to synthesize theological and ministerial information with the application to acquire understanding is intended to approach "a workman that needs not to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth."... The resultant ministerial production is thorough preparation for today's Christian ministry with practicum results oriented theological reference for pastoral initiative.

The Curricula Implementation

The five disciplines are studied throughout the three-year period with a balanced synthesis of survey, interpretation and application. Each discipline is conceptually and pragmatically divided into three component approaches:...

Course of Study Credit Hour Summary

The Seminary theological faculty in agreement with the seminarian design courses of study representing 45 credit hours of Core Courses. The seminarian extends this theological process with completion of 15 credit hours of Option Courses; a Spiritual Life Reflections series of courses representing the seminarian's spiritual, ministerial and academic emphasis for 5 credit hours; and Supervised Practice of Ministry for 10 credit hours. The full Seminary course of study equals 75 credit hours. The seminarian may focus on the Theology of Aquinas, the Mystical Tradition of Christianity, Pastoral Care, Chardin Theology, Liberation Theology, Ecclesiastical History or one or many specific concentrations of Sacred Theology...."


What was in their Seminary Approach, was changed and added to. Found May 30, 2003, SJCTS offered degrees, doctorates and masters -- except that was changed as well. 

Formal Theological Degree Programs

"Certificate of Theological Studies, C.T.S., an academic certificate granted for completion of the basic/core course of studies for those persons without undergraduate credit hours equal to or exceeding sixty (60) credit hours. The C.T.S. is equivalent to forty-five credit hours of undergraduate work.

Bachelor of Sacred Theology, S.T.B., an academic degree granted for intermediate proficiency in theology. The seminarian must have completed sixty credit hours of undergraduate courses in the liberal arts or obtained the Associate degree. The seminarian must complete seventy-five hours above the associate's level. The S.T.B. is comprised of a special research project in Theology, Church History or Sacred Scriptures.

Master of Sacred Theology, S.T.M., graduate degree granted for proficiency in specialization of theology or ministry. The seminarian must have completed the Bacculearuate degree or its equivalent for matriculation. The S.T.M. is thirty credit hours above the licentiate or 24 above the Bacculearuate degree.

Doctor of Sacred Theology, S.T.D., an advanced graduate degree granted for expert proficiency in a broad spectrum of theological and ministerial subjects/areas. The seminarian must have completed the Bacculearuate and Masters degrees or their equivalent for matriculation. The S.T.D. is accomplished by completing seventy-two credit hours of graduate work above the Masters level that includes a doctoral project worth thirty six credit hours of academic work.

Doctor of Science, Sc.D., the Seminary's highest degree, is given 'honoris causa', with distinction, is an advanced graduate degree granted in a specialized subject of research that exhibits creativity and expert knowledge of a defined area in the theological process combined with another discipline. The Sc.D. is accomplished by completing seventy-two credit hours of graduate work above the Master's level that includes an original work involving field experience and/or indepth research experience." 

That was removed again by June 11, 2003. However, a perusal June 13, revealed SJCTS was starting to add degrees again, which they are not licensed to offer, but again has removed them since. 

Found June 13, 2003   

....Formal Theological Degree Programs

Certificate of Theological Studies, C.T.S., an academic certificate granted for completion of the basic/core course of studies for those persons without undergraduate credit hours equal to or exceeding sixty (60) credit hours. The C.T.S. is equivalent to forty-five credit hours of undergraduate work."

On the Seminary Philosophy page, which in essence revealed what they wanted people to believe they believe, SJCTS at first advocated the following.

Found --May 21, 2003 

The Seminary Philosophy

Seeking Excellence

The prevailing emphasis of the Seminary is the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Within that emphasis Saint John Chrysostom Theological Seminary strives to prepare qualified candidates for authentic service in the Body of Christ...through the seeking of excellence in Biblical Interpretation, Pastoral Methodology and Theological Competence. ... The course of studies is ecumenical in its fullest sense. The potential for ecclesiastical collegiality and mutuality within the Body of Christ is the primary purpose of the Seminary.

The various constituents of the Seminary are so committed to its precepts and purpose that they serve at great sacrifice. No student will be kept away for financial reasons alone.

Seminary is Catholic and Apostolic in composition, intent and applied theological content. Ministerial education and practice is understood to be sacramental based and traditionally sound within this Catholicity. The Seminary teaches and emphasizes scripturally based theological courses..."


Their Philosophy did an about face from being Catholic, and supposedly upholding the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Bolding added. 

Found Friday May 30, 2003

The Seminary Philosophy

Theological Excellence in Practice

"The prevailing emphasis of the Seminary is the integrity of the theological process as revelatory healing, envisioning and empowerment of our Creator. ... prepare serious theological students for the private practice of ministry, clinical theological practice and pastoral counseling...through the seeking of excellence in Scriptural Interpretation, Clinical Theology, Pastoral Methodology and Theological Competence.

The Seminary for Advanced Theological Studies is endeavoring to show a new way... The course of studies is ecumenical in its fullest sense and does not discriminate based on religious, theological or spiritual grounds.

Th Seminary is inter-faith in composition, intent and applied theological content. The Seminary teaches and emphasizes scripturally based theological courses, whether this represents the Tanakh, Bible, Koran, Bagavad Gita, Upanishads, and Jewel of the Lotus to name a view..."

********[spelling as seen]

That Philosophy got dumped by June 12, 2003, and they reverted back to the original least as of June 13, 2003. We know that the TaNaKh is also known to Christians as the Old Testament scriptures. It is interesting to note that many of these other writings listed above, aside from the ecumenical emphasis, talk about the "other" christs. We are warned in scripture that:

1 John 2:22 Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son.

2 John 1:7 For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.

Galatians 1:8 But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed. 9 As we said before, so say I now again, If any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed.

Joshua 6:18 And ye, in any wise keep yourselves from the accursed thing, lest ye make yourselves accursed, when ye take of the accursed thing, and make the camp of Israel a curse, and trouble it.

SJCTS lists it's contact address, found on their, The Seminary
for Advanced Theological Studies, although it has been removed as of June 12, 2003, but was listed prior. 

An Institute
Advanced Studies in Theological Process,
Theological Competence, Alternative Therapies, and
Clinical Theology

In Association with

St. Basil Institute of Pneumiatry
The Academy of Clinical Theology


6731 Bridge Street, Suite 211
Fort Worth, Texas 76112

This is the same address as Hargis Technologies, which is run by Don Hargis, aka Bishop Don Bryant De Cordova.

hargis technologies
6731 Bridge Street #211
fort worth, tx 76112-1762 usa MAP

Phone: 817-927-5417
Fax: 425-969-5308
Home Page:

His resume for this site is a little different than for Saint John's ...but more on that in the article "MBI and The Hargis Clan." 

It should be obvious that this group of people deals in deception. James Trimm's invalid diploma came from an unlicensed diploma mill that uses deceased people for current faculty. A degree or diploma mill is defined as any degree-granting body that is not accredited or licensed by a federally or state sanctioned body. It should not be hard to distance one self from all that these people have taught, endorsed and tried to indoctrinate with. Even those who wish to believe what James Trimm has been teaching, need to rethink their stand. One cannot get anything good from someone who is rooted in lies. 

Matthew 7: 15-19

"Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?
Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit. A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.
Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire."

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Other Articles

Doctor James Scott Trimm  

    James Trimm as Rabbi Yosef  

 Doctor James Trimm's Diploma  

    Trimm Critics  

    Stan Eisenberg Letter

James Trimm's Diploma Revisited

 Part 2: The Four Letters

 Phillip Arnn Email Correspondence

Doctor James Trimm's "Jewish" School & International Beit Din

Saint John Chrysostom Theological Seminary  

    Table of Credentials  

MBI Yeshiva & The Hargis Clan  

A Closer Look at David & Don Hargis

    Hargis Timelines

    Hargis Roles

Marian Hargis & Linda C Hargis & Linda G Hargis




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