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[Nazarene-Judaism] Dr. James Trimm - St John Chrysostom Theological Seminary
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Subject: Dr. James Trimm - St John Chrysostom Theological Seminary
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This is to inform Dr. James Trimm that Saint John Chrysostom
Theological Seminary has information on the internet: Presently it is only one
page. Over the next few weeks a full set of documents will be
available on the internet that valids its existence, though it had
it Certificate of Incorporation Revoked for non-use/non-payment in
June 2002.

I believe Dr. Trimm had received some disparaging comments from
inexperienced and disgruntled investigators who could not locate the
Seminary in New Mexico records...probably because it is erroneously
recorded as St John Chrysostom Theological Seminary (St = Saint).

The reason for this reactivation of information concerning the
Seminary is the necessity to validate theological credentials for
the graduates of the Seminary, which includes Dr. Trimm.

The Seminary may not seek reinstatement of its nonprofit
incorporation status in New Mexico...this is still being discussed
by the Trustees of the Seminary.

If this should happen the name of the Seminary may change and the
course of study.

Bishop Don de Cordova left the active ministry with the Catholic

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. His Episcopal
credentials are intact and remain effective though he does not have
correspondence with CACINA. It was his suggestion that SJCT Seminary
be present on the Internet to substantiate the credentials of those
who hold SJCTS degrees and certificates.

You and/or Dr. Trimm can contact the Seminary through this email

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