United Spiritual Council Spiritual Study Course
(A Recognized Facility as a Teaching Institute)
5130 W. 25th Street Cicero, Illinois 60804
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The United Spiritual Council of Nations has established a structure and study course designed to educate the serious student on the major religions of the world that have formed and shaped us as a society. The purpose of this organization is to illuminate their understanding that the commonality of these religious and spiritual beliefs are that they all follow the Universal Spiritual Laws of Nature which is also called God’s laws. They will come to realize that the essence of all the major spiritual and religious are the same and began with a spiritual vision from a Higher Source. It is our purpose to educate the serious student not only in theology but also in the pure essence of Spirituality, which is carried through our innate intelligence. We do this by educating the mind of man and by going within to the heart or Life Force of our being. To fully understand the Spiritual Laws that the major practices endorse and practice, the student needs to learn experientially how to connect the knowledge of the mind and the innate wisdom of the Spirit. It is our intent to produce graduates that will not endorse or oppose any religion, but will instead, be ministers who teach and apply the Spiritual Laws of established spiritual practices promote mutual aid in advancing traditional teachings and education.
Reverend Mahala D. Bacon, Th.D.
REREQUISITE FOR STUDIES: Completed high school education, Minimum 2 years of accredited college or university of general education, To be able to write and verbally recite the Principles.
Spiritual consultant - 30 Credit Hours, Assistant Minister - 50 Credit Hours Ordained Minister - 85 Credit Hours, senior Ordained Minister - 100 Credit Hours
1.Studies of Major Protestant Religions
2.The Worldview of Major Religions
1. Must have completed the Spiritual Consultant curriculum and received the diploma.
2. Intermediate course of Spiritual Unfoldment
3. Basic course of Spiritual Healing
4.Must be able to perform all the ministerial duties except marriage and baptism
1.Must have completed the Spiritual Consultant and Assistant Minister curriculums and received diplomas.
2.Advanced course of Spiritual Unfoldment
3.Intermediate and Advanced Spiritual Healing
4. Must have satisfactorily completed 3 courses in world religions
5.Roman Catholicism versus the Eastern Orthodox Church
6.Must demonstrate the ability to perform all ministerial duties.
SENIOR ORDAINED MINISTER: Completion of the above studies. This Individual can demonstrate the spirit through mediumship. Has counseled for a minimum of 500 hours with in the USCN structure and offered workshops and seminars for a period of two years after receiving Ordination Diploma. This individual has performed all sacraments. This student must be able to teach spiritual laws without endorsing or opposing any spiritual or religious. This minister is a teacher for all who seek understanding of God’s Spiritual and physical laws.
COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF ASIAN RELIGIONS (3 hours)
WORLDVIEW OF MAJOR WORLD RELIGIONS (3 hours)
COMPARATIVE CONTRAST OF JUDAIC AND ISLAMIC LAW (3 hours)
STUDIES OF MAJOR PROTESTANT RELIGIONS (4 hours each class )
(These classes are offered individually or comparatively)
AMISH (MENNONITES), SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST, THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS (MORMONS), JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES, RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS
(QUAKERS), UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST ASSOCIATION, EPISCOPAL CHURCH, LUTHERAN CHURCH, PENTECOSTAL CHURCHES, BAPTISTS, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, METHODIST CHURCH, UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, UNITY CHURCH, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, SPIRITUALISM
INTRODUCTION COURSES TO WORLD RELIGIONS
(Each religion class is taught separately and individually.) (4 hours each class)
BAHA’I, BUDDHISM, CONFUCIANISM, ETHICAL CULTURE, HINDUISM, ISLAM, JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY, ORTHODOX EASTERN CHURCH, ROMAN CATHOLICISM, ROSICRUIANISM, SHINTO, TAOISM, SIKHISM
ROMAN CATHOLICISM VERSUS THE ORTHODOX EASTERN CHURCH (3 hours)
WESTERN RELIGION AND THE QUEST FOR SPIRITUAL MEANING (3 hours)
AN OVERVIEW STUDY OF THE TORAH, QUR’AN (KORAN), AND THE HOLY BIBLE (3 hours)
SPIRITUAL UNFOLDMENT (4hours)
SPIRITUAL HEALING CLASS (4 hours)
BIBLE LITERATURE (3 hours)