Trimm's Diploma Revisited
2: The Four Letters
further defense of his transcript, diploma and letters
of recommendation, on the Messianic Apologetic
July 9, James Trimm stated:
Those attacking my degree have also attacked the letters of
recommendation have also attacked the associated letters of recommendation to the Seminary.
The first of these attacks is a claim that the letter from Phil Arnn
was not written by Mr. Arnn but was a forgery. ..."
Actually, no one
said it was a forgery. It was stated that Phillip Arnn never
gave a "letter of recommendation," meaning,
no letter recommending James Trimm for obtaining a
"real" doctorate. James Trimm then, in the July 22
posting, stated: [spelling as seen]
is VERY unethical for Vickie to continue using
quotes from Phil Arnn
that he has since retracted.
the record Phil did ask me to take down the letter
because there was concern that it might be
misunderstood as an endorcement of my theology ... I expressed to him concern that
if I took it down certain persons would twist this
fact and misuse it to wrongly imply that I had
forged the letter. I had no idea at that time that
Vickie was already making that false claim. We both
agreed that it would be best to place a diclaimer on
the bottom of the letter in read making it clear
that the letter was not an endorcement of my
theology or teaching but was simply an accademic
recomendation (which is all it says and all I ever
claimed it said)." [spelling
wrote me first and cc'd to Phillip. The disclaimer was
added after Phillip Arnn had received the cc'd letter,
and after he had asked James to remove his letter.
James Trimm, in character, refused. Trimm knew precisely
what was written about. Unless Phillip Arnn asks me to post a retraction, his
statements stand as valid. Being coerced into a disclaimer
versus denial of a request for removal of the letter
Phillip Arnn [parnn@###]
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2003 1:46 PM
Subject: Re: trimm and rood articles
I just e-mailed James
to take down my letter. I must have written it but
that was when I thought JST was a Christian and when
I was told the doctorate was honorary and
I knew it was meaningless to anyone accept James. He
did put an extraodinary amount of time and effort
into interviewing Branches and learning Branch
theology. He was a great collaborator on all things
Branch Davidian. He was not an anti-Christ at that
time.That is all water under the bridge now. He is
what he is. And I told him to take me off the
this author asked Phillip Arnn about the disclaimer
appearing on the "Letter", instead of the
Letter being removed,
Disclaimer: This letter
of recommendation was a letter of academic
recommendation only and should not be taken as an
endorsement of the teachings of Dr. James Scott Trimm or
St. John Chrysostom Theological Seminary";"
using the phrase, "Dr" in it, Phillip
Phillip Arnn [parnn@###]
Sent: Thursday, July 03, 2003 1:59 PM
Subject: Re: some thoughts
"... I can not
make James Trimm do anything. If the best he is
willing to do is put up a disclaimer, I will just have
to live with that. I gave you a quote about my
remembering Trimm saying the "degree" was
honorary. You have most likely printed that in your
article. Whether the Trimm articles are removed from
our site is not my call. I have brought the subject up
with my boss and it is his call to make not mine. To
my knowledge Trimm did not have any organization when
I last spoke with him in '95. If you have evidence to
the contrary it is news to me.
Like you previously
stated, the school is illegally handing out bogus
degrees. If a person does not have a bachelors and a
masters they cannot get a doctorate..."
email correspondence spanning May 22-June 4, 2003, and
a telephone conversation with Phillip Arnn, Senior
Researcher for the counter cult organization, Watchman
Fellowship, Phillip made the following statements
about James Trimm, his
and on line
understand. Phillip Arnn was responding to the
following questions over a period of a week or more.
These are part of the email record, May 22-May 28, of
what was asked by this author and what Phillip Arnn
responded with, with minor editing regarding unrelated
information. That is followed with his "Official
Statement," which was approved by James Walker,
President of Watchman Fellowship. To make document
load size easier...click
here for Arnn correspondence.
exchange culminated in Phillip Arnn's "official
statement" regarding James Trimm's doctorate and
transcript, as sited in the article,
James Trimm's Diploma
knowledge, James does not have a doctorate. He was given an honorary degree by
a church. It was something like the Apostolic Catholic Church. James did not
go to college. His Hebrew and Aramaic are self taught. He told me he had not
been able to afford college. And he told me when this church gave him the
knowledge, James never took those courses. He told me De Cordova
him an honorary doctorate. I was in fairly close contact with James from '93
the Letter of recommendation on
James Trimm's Yeshiva
site, which had been unavailable for his or anyone
time has James Scott Trimm asked me for a recommendation of himself or his
ministry. And at no time have I given him a recommendation concerning his
present movement and/or theology. ... It has been brought to my attention that
Mr. Trimm had in the past posted such a recommendation bearing my name on his
website. I can only state that no such recommendation was given."
we know that James Trimm posted a Letter from Phillip
and Phillip did not recall writing a "letter of
recommendation." That is, until James Trimm posted the
letter to his Trimm Family website and declared it to
be a "letter of recommendation" from Phillip
for his academic achievements and as an endorsement of
know that Phillip Arnn asked that James Trimm remove the letter
as it was never intended as an academic endorsement
for a "real" doctorate, and in fact, was
also not an endorsement of James theology.
one reads the letter,
it becomes quite clear that Phillip Arnn is writing in
response to a request for information about the Branch
Bishop De Cordova, James Trimm requested I send you
some of our research on the Branch Davidians and
let me ask. If you, the reader, were writing a "letter of
recommendation" for someone, would you begin by
responding to a request for research information on a
then goes into his becoming acquainted with Trimm and
that he was "personally pleased to see his hard
work and obvious talent being recognized and
Since Arnn stated clearly he could never
endorse James Trimm, and that the only degree he was
aware of was strictly honorary, his statements are in
no way an academic endorsement for a "real
degrees are bestowed on people who have no claim to a
real and earned degree. It is worthless academically.
Anyone who would think the recognition is nice, is
merely being supportive as a friend. If Phillip Arnn
had been asked about whether James Trimm should
receive a real degree, he would have answered
differently. Just as he would answer differently if
asked if he would ever give a letter of
recommendation for James Trimm to receive a legitimate
doctorate without taking any classes and not having a
BA or Masters.
is also very obvious in Arnn's letters, that he had no
knowledge as to who "Bishop Don De Cordova"
was or the whole affair surrounding
John Chrysostom Theological Seminary,
and their involvement. Nor was he aware of James
Trimm's religious pursuits.
Trimm stated that James DeFrancisco of MILTA gave him his letter
of recommendation, and the term, MILTA, was on his
Then James Trimm has the organization, MILTHA, on the actual
of recommendation from James DeFrancisco....details
again. But they do matter.'
James DeFrancisco, who is President of MILTHA
Ministries, not MILTA as stated in the above
Transcript, James Trimm had this to say on
It is Vickie that is incorrect. MILTHA is an Aramaic
word and MILTA
is just an alternate transliteration of that same
In fact MILTHA/MILTA is the Aramaic word for
"Word". Both spellings are correct. The
ministry is actually called MILTHA but at any rate
MILTHA and MILTA are not two different ministries.
MILTHA ministries was founded in 1992."
of recommendation from James DeFrancisco,
dated June 6, 1995, the day
after it was supposedly given as stated on the
Transcript, we see that his organization is actually called,
"MILTHA", and it was located in Mishawaka,
Indiana, even in 1995. The letterhead is written as
Ministries and Institute of Christian Principles,
J. DeFrancisco, Ph.D.,
Versus a different organization
actually called Milta:
1997, where has San Antonio youth gone for biblical
Training Academy is now enrolling students for it's
6th Year of biblical training...A Ministry of
Missionaries with a Vision..." Vol
5, Issue 8, August 2002
> link no longer active
James DeFrancisco's "MILTHA" was
formed in 1992, with the legal name being, "MILTHA
MINISTRIES AND INSTITUTE OF CHRISTIAN PRINCIPLES,
A comparison then, of the two
organizational names from two different States, reveals they are more than a bit
different, despite James Trimm's assertions that the Milta
he has written on his Transcript is the same as MILTHA.
Milta is not a recognized name for Miltha Ministries, but
it is the name of another organization.
MILTA Missionary/Intercession/Leadership Training
MILTHA Ministries and Institute of Christian
James DeFrancisco via email in 2007 also attempted to
suggest that they were in fact, the same organization.
"...Miltha (sometimes spelled Milta)
is an Aramaic word used in the Gospel of John (the same
word translated Logos in Greek). ..."[June
is absolutely no connection whatsoever between the two
ministries other than the similarity of words (you can
make the same connection between Trimm and myself
because we have the same first names)..." [June 27,
comments, as well as those of James Trimm earlier, were
simply to clarify that the Aramaic (Syriac) word Miltha
can also be transliterated Milta. The organizations,
Miltha in Mishawaka has no relationship to MILTA in San
Antonio..." [July 15, 2007]
That is precisely the point. One cannot state on the
Transcript they received a letter of recommendation from MILTA, and then on the Letter of Recommendation have the
actual spelling as MILTHA. If one wishes to
discuss the words milta and miltha as variants of the
same word, that is entirely different than what is an
actual legal and registered name of an organization or business.
Since the point was to validate credentials, accuracy is
more than a little important.
The facts stand.
June 2007, spanning one week, emails from James DeFrancisco
requested clarification be made to this article as he
stated he is no
longer associated with James Trimm:
"...My involvement with Mr. Trimm occurred many years
ago when he requested help from me to further his
knowledge of Aramaic. Since then he has demonstrated
over the years that his methodology is not consistent
with my standards in operating a teaching ministry.
In effect I have asked him to be more accountable
several times over the past years.
letter of reference was based on information available
to me at the time it was written (1995). My opinion
has changed drastically since then...."[email
June 19, 2007]
James J. DeFrancisco, posted an
article to the Aramaic Bible Society in 1998 or 1999,
called, "The Kabbalah, on the Practical Essence of
Tikkun." He has stated he wrote the article from a
Christian perspective and Christians could reference the
kabbalah for spiritual guidance.
We firmly believe both due to facts and
Biblically, that the
is of the occult and have quoted Jewish sources which
state it cannot be Christianized. Each must choose to
believe what they wish.
The kabbalah teaches reincarnation which belief James DeFrancisco has stated
caused him to resign from the board of the Aramaic Bible
Society. Perusal through their now inaccessible archives
revealed articles promoting reincarnation and using the
phrase, "Our Creator, Allah."
From a second
correspondence with James DeFrancisco with regard to
being a board member of the Aramaic Bible Society,
reincarnation and "Allah" he stated:
the record, I do not believe in or teach reincarnation.
In fact I debated the topic with the Editor of the
Journal and President of the Aramaic Bible Society.
When the President decided to only include pro
reincarnation opinions and he did not include my
comments I decided to resign as a member of the board of
directors. Up to that time I thought the other members
wanted diverse but objective opinions but that was not
the care. I have nothing to do with the ďAllahĒ quote
although I have studied and taught about all of the Abrahamic religions, Judaism and Islam as well as
Christianity. " [email June 27, 2007]
fact that the Journal had an article about reincarnation
didnít bother me as much as the fact that it reported
information from a biased and one-sided point of view.
..." [July 15,2007]
Don De Cordova aka Don Hargis, who signed Trimm's diploma
as President of SJCTS, was Editor of the Journal at the Aramaic Bible Society. His alternate, Don Hargis, has him as
Director of the Aramaic Bible Society for over twenty
years. James Trimm has also served on that Board.
goes on to defend his, "friend and mentor,"
Rabbi Herbert J. Gilner.
"... Inages and linguistics in general."
would think Gilner would be known by the Rabbinical
authorities, since he was supposedly a leader, and
also known to Rabbi's in the area he frequented. Rabbi Herbert J. Gilner, is not listed
with any known Rabbinical authority, including both
the conservative Rabbinical assembly and the orthodox
Rabbinical Council, both of which are in New York. Nor
was he found listed in Reformed Synagogues in Texas or
known in any synagogues in the Arlington or Fort
Worth, Texas, area. Arlington, Texas was the address
given on his "Letter
of Recommendation" for James.
Gilner was known for, was working with Vendyl Jones, in
his then Institute of Judaic-Christian Research. Jones
established the Judaic-Christian Research Foundation,
which later gave birth to the Institute of
Judaic-Christian Research (IJCR), which has now become
VENDYL JONES RESEARCH INSTITUTES. Jones is a leader in
the Bnai Noach movement initiated by Professor James D. Tabor and J. David Davis,
Jack Saunders, and others.
Ernest Martin was
formerly head of the theology department for Ambassador
College (Herbert Armstrong's Worldwide Church of God), was
>Chairman of the Department of Theology at Ambassador in
Pasadena, California in 1973,
then left Ambassador in
1974 and started FBR (the
Foundation for Biblical Research).
left FBR to found the Associates for Scriptural Knowledge
(A.S.K.) in 1985 and was Chairman of the Board.
He died on January 16, 2002. 1. His
associate James Tabor,
a Professor at the
University of North Carolina and editor of the Original
Bible Project, is also a former employee of Ambassador
College and the Worldwide Church of God. Ernest Martin
also was a supporter of that project, and Tabor, an
Ebionite and leadership in the
movement, rejects the divinity of Christ and believes the
New Testament to be merely a commentary of the Old
is a member and leadership in the United Israel World
Union of New York (UIWU), founded in 1943 by David
Horowitz who has maintained an office at the United
Nations headquarters in New York, and United Israel of
Jerusalem (UIJ), founded by Tabor. According to Tabor UIWU
is to give "Mosaic Law for One World." Part of that vision
is the Union of the twelve tribes, including the 'lost
tribes'. The purpose
of UIJ is to publish both biblical research and historical
material dealing with the identity of the so-called "lost
http://askelm.com/resources/biography.htm; 2. http://www.herbertwarmstrong.com/ar/AR56.html]
noteworthy that Vendyl Jones is supported by the following, as
stated on his Home page. "We also wish to thank
Root and Branch for
their continued support of our efforts" [http://www.rb.org.il/]
The Root and Branch organization in Israel, is what
Bruce Brill, Michael Rood's moon observer associate and
Karaite friend, also belongs to. See:
John Rood: Messianic Karaite Rabbi
far as Gilner being the Executive Director of the "Supreme Rabbinic
Court of America" since 1978 -1994 + and which is
said to be located in
Silver Spring, MD, according to the information in the
"newspaper" article...One rabbi interviewed in
the article said he'd never heard of it. A search on the
'net, revealed this dialogue on a Jewish forum.
From: Jan David Meisler <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 1995 13:55:48 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Supreme Rabbinic Court of America
Someone made a referance to an organization called
the "Supreme Rabbinic Court of America" located on Arcola Avenue in
Silver Spring, MD. Does anyone have any information about this
organization? I live in Silver Spring, a block away from Arcola Avenue, and have
never heard of this group.
responses appeared to be forthcoming on that
that "memorial" for Rabbi Herbert J Gilner,
" whom James calls, "My friend and
mentor," and whom Phillip Arnn recalls,
"...I specifically remember James taunting Gilner..."
this: the Yizkor website last updated their website on
23-Jun-2003 19:58:54 EDT. ---prior to that , the
web site was last updated or added to .. May 27,
2002.. ..meaning the memorial "conveniently
appeared" the same day James launched his family
said he found that memorial on the web after
completing his own memorial for Gilner. That website
was not updated until 8 o'clock at night, EDT. James
posted to his forums about his "TrimmFamily"
webpage, at ...
Date: Mon Jun 23, 2003 10:04 pm
Subject: Trimm Profile
My profile page
can now be accessed from the Trimm Family
Engines do not index websites that quickly, especially
pages that have little, to no activity. He could not
have found it through a search engine that day. The
memorial was not posted until evening.
James' Trimm Family web page was sent to forums --June
23, 2003-- the same day as the so-called Gilner
memorial was posted....and James started his family
website June 20, 2003...3 days after I started posting
the Trimm series, and 3 days before the memorial was
So much for a tribute page. Since none of the
biographical information is validated...it's as bad as having dead current
faculty, for validation of credentials.
contacted the Fort Worth Star Telegram** where the newspaper article about Herbert J.
Gilner was supposed to be from--and it was not found
in their archives, nor in the News Library in any
listed Texas newspapers, to date. Knowing that archives aren't always accurate
when searched, I sent a query to the Star-Telegram to confirm if
there ever was such a Gilner article and if there was,
did James and/or Ingrid Trimm obtain legal permission
to post the said article to their website. They have
not responded as yet. It should be noted that it is
illegal to have posted that newspaper article--if it
is legit--without having obtained permission--and
possibly paid a small fee. ** Telegraph was a typo in
the first article.
the copyright notice from the Fort Worth Star
in the archives are copyrighted and may not be
republished for any purpose without the permission
of the participating newspapers. Photographs, charts
and graphs are not included in the archives."
The letter sent
June 23 to the Fort
Worth Star Telegram, was resent July 22, due
to no response. This time it was not only sent to
their "public relations" regarding their
"archive material," but also, to their News Room.
Letter, that he mentions James Trimm's mentor and
teacher, and it is not Rabbi Herbert J. Gilner. The
person who supposedly taught James is found in this
quote. "Study in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Rabbinical
literature under Rabbi Armond Danny Moyal."
The only thing on the web about Armond Danny Moyal was posted by James Trimm in 1993,
with Moyal's address, ""Rabbi Armond Danny
Moyal Rehov Jabatinsky 6a Nahariya 22386 Israel."
At the bottom of his "testimony", is a promo,
"For more info on Nazarene Judaism: PO Box 471
Hurst, TX 76053."
James Trimm studied "under Moyal" is incredibly
odd, being that James has stated he is self taught.
Even more so, in a Messianic Apologetic Forum
dialogue, James does not mention
Moyal at all.
Message 5097 of
Date:B Thu Jul 10,
2003 4:41 pm
Subject: My Aramaic
I began my Aramaic studies I was already knowledgeable
I initially taught myself Aramaic. Already knowing Hebrew I
was already knowledgeable of the very similar Semitic
grammar of Aramaic.
I studied the Encyclopedia Judaica article on Aramaic which
outlined the basic grammatical differences between
Hebrew and Aramaic....I taught myself these while
studying the United Bible Society text of the Peshitta
in combination with a book I was given by an ex-Way
Intl. Member called "The Concordance to the
Peshitta Version of the Aramaic New Testament".
This book was an EXCELLENT resource and contained
everything .... THIS CONCORDEANCE served as the EXACT
TRANSLATION matrix for the later WAY translation. It
also served as MY VOCABULARY GUIDE when I learned
Aramaic. In other words THEIR translation matrix was
my LEARNED VOCABULARY. I learned that M'LITA means
"patch" (as in Mark 2:21) because my
Vocabulary Guide taught me that this word means
"patch" and the WAY translated the word
M'LITA as "patch" because their translation
matrix had identified this word as meaning
"patch" when they produced the concordance
in 1985. I was later tested on my Aramaic knowlede
by Rabbi Herbert J. Gilner and given Seminary credit
for the self-training per his recomendation...."
What is even more of
interest, is that James Trimm did not mention having
received any help from James DeFrancisco, and as noted
"...My involvement with Mr. Trimm
occurred many years ago when he requested help from me
to further his knowledge of Aramaic."
remains a mystery to this author why James Trimm didn't say he
had a Doctorate in Semitic Studies and a Doctorate in Linguistics. That likely would have
resolved much confusion over his language and
translating skills. For more on this issue See:
James Trimm & Michael Rood Factor;
Rood & James Trimm & The WAY
Trimm also complained about the information concerning
James Phillip Arnold.
This attack is the most far fetched of all. This time they question whether or not Dr. J. Phillip Arnold actually has a Ph.D. from Rice University as he claims. The following page is a short "profile page" for Dr. Arnold which has been approved by Dr. Arnold:
Note that "Dr. James Trimm" is a frequent lecturer at the Reunion
also stated July 22,
The J. Phillip Arnold issue is laughable. As a
matter of fact Dr.
Arnold did attend Ambasadore and ended up redoing
alot of his college work as a result. If you want
that info I believe it is easy to
find in any number of Who's Who editions. Dr.
are very much in order. In fact Dr. Arnold has
a Theology exprert before Congress. He is published
and well noted."
to this author what kind of an "expert"
James Phillip Arnold really is as he has chosen to not
answer any questions regarding his credentials and
involvement with Saint John Chrysostom Theological
Seminary. The questions asked of him are in the
James Trimm's Diploma article. He has never
Nor has the query
regarding his credentials and "doctorate"
from Religious Studies at Rice University, which was
sent May 24, been responded to. Rice
University lists him under "Graduate Student
Placements." He is referred to as "Dr."
but doesn't seem it important to validate that. June
11, a query was sent to Abilene Christian University
as that was a suggested source of his academic
credentials. It also has never been addressed.
According to a reader,
at Rice University (1978-80) people entering the program
with Bachelors degrees had the option of going straight
into the Ph.D. program; they had to do a year's extra
class work than those pursuing a Masters as a terminal
degree, and of course, they had to pass their comps and
and get their doctoral thesis approved. So there's
nothing out of line about Phil Arnold not having a
Masters when he entered the Ph.D. program at Rice. There
was a provision whereby Ph.D. students, upon successful
completion of their comps, could receive an "incidental
Masters" before they were finally awarded the Ph.D. It
is unknown whether he opted for that option or not. His
doctoral thesis is in Fondren Library at Rice:
We see that
J. Phillip Arnold has addressed his credentials via
James Trimm. That is, the loosely compiled
"profile" meant to impress, with little
information again, about his credentials.
James Trimm stated in the
profile, regarding Arnold, "He has been a
Professor of Religion and History at Houston Graduate
School of Theology (1983-1986),"
I have been
researching that information and it has not been very
encouraging thus far. Teaching at a school is not
stating where one obtained the credentials to be
called " Professor of religion," especially since
that was in the early 80's and it appears Arnold
obtained his doctorate from Rice University later than
Phillip Arnold never
mentioned in his profile via James Trimm that he
graduated Herbert W. Armstrong's Ambassador College in
1970. In it's early years, it was not recognized
whatsoever academically. Meaning he had to attend
Arnold has to have obtained a
legitimate BA and Masters from somewhere in order to
now have a legitimate doctorate. He is not forthcoming
in answering where he obtained said credentials, which
could so easily be from St John's as anywhere. It
seems to me that legitimate credentials are not
normally hidden from view but are validated when
asked. Especially when there are so many scam artists
Nor does Jim, in his attempt at
"doctoring" the situation, explain that
Phillip Arnold was directly asked about being part of
the faculty of St John's, signing James' diploma,
etc., and about the sources of Arnold's own
credentials, which he also does not present on his
website, in "The following page is a short
"profile page" for Dr. Arnold which has
been approved by Dr. Arnold."
But those are
just details. Details that do not show James Phillip
Arnold's source of academic credentials. Let's recap.
The vague information that James Trimm put on his
website about J. Phillip Arnold, which does not show
the sources for his academic credentials, was approved
by J. Phillip Arnold. And Arnold refuses to answer
questions regarding said credentials and his
involvement in the
Saint John Chrysostom Theological
CRISIS TASK FORCE
8 Now as Jannes and Jambres withstood Moses, so do these also resist the truth: men of corrupt minds, reprobate concerning the faith.
9 But they shall proceed no further: for their folly shall be manifest unto all men, as theirs also was.
10 But thou hast fully known my doctrine, manner of life, purpose, faith, longsuffering, charity, patience,
most interesting that Scientologists highly recommend
Phillip Arnold's Religious Crisis Task Force, which
James Trimm of course claims to be a part of --but it is
pretty much defunct...like many credentials.
I've written about Jim Nichols, who was also on the
Task Force, in the Cult/Scientology section,
Toast to Scientology. Readers can review the Task
Force promo via Scientologists at :
main goal of Arnold's Task Force is to eliminate the
use of the term "cult" and rather, have
people use the phrase, "new
conclusion of this article and it's particular focus
of information. What James Trimm fails to realize is
that one doesn't need to fake credentials to do a good
job in something. Nor does he seem to understand that
ability is not determined by having credentials. That is
not what makes a respected scholar or "good
man" or trustworthy friend. Nor is that what makes
one pleasing to God.
who have shamefully stood in agreement that it does
not matter if a person lies, does not refund money,
uses false credentials, manufactures their own
degrees, hates others and whose very
fruit is rotten, need to consider what God declares
about these things. Not opinion. Not bias. No one's
God says to those claiming to live for Him and also to
those claiming to be "Torah Observant."
14:5 - 9
faithful witness will not lie: but a false witness
will utter lies. A scorner seeketh wisdom, and
findeth it not: but knowledge is easy unto him that
understandeth. Go from the presence of a foolish
man, when thou perceivest not in him the lips of
knowledge. The wisdom of the prudent is to
understand his way: but the folly of fools is
deceit. Fools make a mock at sin: but among
the righteous there is favour."
20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
21 Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!
22 Woe unto them that are mighty to drink wine, and men of strength to mingle strong drink:
23 Which justify the wicked for reward, and take away the righteousness of the righteous from him!
24 Therefore as the fire devoureth the stubble, and the flame consumeth the chaff, so their root shall be as rottenness, and their blossom shall go up as dust: because they have cast away the law of the LORD of hosts, and despised the word of the Holy One of Israel.
James Trimm's "Jewish" School &
International Beit Din
Trimm's Diploma Revisited
James Scott Trimm
James Trimm as Rabbi Yosef
James Trimm's Diploma
Trimm's Diploma Revisited
2: The Four Letters
Arnn Email Correspondence
Doctor James Trimm's
"Jewish" School & International Beit
John Chrysostom Theological Seminary
Yeshiva & The Hargis Clan
Closer Look at David & Don Hargis
Hargis & Linda C Hargis & Linda G Hargis
> Nazarene Fraud
of Two Unions
James Trimm & Michael Rood Factor
Rood & James Trimm & The WAY
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you don't know Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, and
would like some help understanding His gift of eternal
salvation, please contact us. Saying a prayer won't
save you. Prayer is merely expressing to God how you
feel. Believing and repenting are just the beginning of
walking with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.