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Copyright June 16, 2003 4:46 AM CST

By The Life Foundations Nexus

 

Updated January 13, 2011 2:43 AM CST

Copyright January 13, 2011 2:43 AM CST

By The Life Foundations Nexus

 

 

 

 

A Message from Dr. Bisconti

 

Education is important but there are things that are far more important.  Number one is integrity.  Integrity is worth a million times more than education.  Second, there is a difference between what you learn in school and what you learn in life.  School gives you data, information, and technical skill.  Life gives you common sense, judgment and wisdom.  The difference between what school gives you and what life gives you is that the lessons of school fill your mind while the lessons of life transform your psyche.  School gives you knowledge.  Life gives you…power!  And, if you live your life under the leadership of God, life gives you…great power!

 

 

 

 

 
Early Years
 
Precollege Years

 

Dr. Bisconti received spiritual instruction and guidance during his childhood years from Pastor Gus Graziano of the Brynford Bible Church, which is located in Chicago, Illinois.  While in high school, Dr. Bisconti was a leader in the Youth for Christ movement.  (Evangelist Dr. Billy Graham was the movement’s first full-time staff member.)  Dr. Bisconti was a member of the Honor Society and ranked number one in his high school graduating class of 650.  In 1967, his scores on his SAT test earned him an Illinois State Scholarship.  During his last two years of high school and during summer breaks while in college, Dr. Bisconti was mentored by a brilliant man of God, Pastor Kirby Kinman, pastor of the North Avenue Baptist Church, which is located in Northlake, Illinois.  In the summer before the beginning of his formal college training, Dr. Bisconti attended Moody Bible Institute and Northwestern University.

 

 

College Years

 

In 1971, Dr. Bisconti received his bachelor degree in education from Midwestern Baptist College in the state of Michigan, having attended four years and having actually fulfilled all of his baccalaureate requirements in three years.  Dr. Bisconti simultaneously received his bachelor degree in ministerial studies and was formally ordained a minister of the Gospel by his pastor, Dr. Tom Malone, Sr., the founder of Midwestern Baptist College.  Several pastors affiliated with Midwestern Baptist College were in attendance.  The ordination ceremony was conducted at the Emmanuel Baptist Church of Pontiac, Michigan.  Dr. Bisconti’s training encompassed biblical studies, theology, psychology, education, church building, school building (encompassing the building of elementary, secondary, and postsecondary [college- and university-level] institutions), and other studies.  During his college years, Dr. Bisconti pastored the North Avenue Baptist Church of Northlake, Illinois and served as Camp Director for the Shiloh Bible Camp.

 

 

Initial Postgraduate Work

 

Later in 1971, Dr. Bisconti attended Providence Christian Seminary in the state of Florida.  There he did postgraduate work in pastoral counseling, pastoral psychology, and pastoral psychiatry, as well as advanced studies in ancient Greek and ancient Hebrew.  Simultaneously, at Providence Christian College, he served as an educational consultant and a professor of English and, at Providence Christian High School, as an algebra teacher of freshmen and, at Providence Christian Elementary School, as a 7th and 8th grade mathematics teacher.  In 1972, at Oakland Christian Schools in Michigan, Dr. Bisconti served as an educational consultant and a 7th and 8th grade mathematics teacher, a high school algebra teacher of freshmen, and a high school geometry teacher of sophomores.

 

 

 

 
History of Educational Authorities
 
AMFEDEA (aka AFEA), IAAC, NCOA, FRACHE, COPA, CORPA, and CHEA

 

In 1972, AMFEDEA, the American Foundation for Educational Advancement, founded the IAAC (International Accreditation Associations Colloquium).  The IAAC was responsible for the commissioning of accreditation associations in the United States and abroad.  The IAAC was recognized by the NCOA (National Commission on Accreditation) and FRACHE (Federation of Regional Accrediting Commission of Higher Education).  In 1975, both the NCOA and FRACHE submitted the charter of the IAAC to COPA (Council on Postsecondary Accreditation), which was previously created through the merger of the NCOA and FRACHE.  In 1994, COPA was replaced with CORPA (Commission on Recognition of Postsecondary Accreditation).  CORPA was dissolved in April 1997 after the creation of CHEA (Council on Higher Education Accreditation).  Information about CHEA may be found on the agency's website at: http://www.chea.org/.  We are not familiar with the current track record of CHEA.

 

IAAC, ACAA and HLC

 

In 1973, AMFEDEA founded the ACAA (American Colleges Accreditation Association).  The ACAA was commissioned by the IAAC on July 1, 1973.  Later that year, the IAAC obtained charter approval for the ACAA from the HLC (Higher Learning Commission) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.  You can visit their site at: http://www.ncahlc.org/.  We are not familiar with the current track record of the HLC.

 

 

Military Service & Naval Intelligence

 

Dr. Bisconti comes from a family with a proud history of military service.  In 1973, Dr. Bisconti volunteered for military service in the Navy and was assigned to Naval Intelligence.  His involvement with Naval Intelligence was preempted by family considerations.

 
 
The Collegiate Institutes – Formal & De facto
 
ACAA and The Collegiate Institutes (Formal & De facto Entities)

 

In 1973, AMFEDEA established a number of collegiate institutes (formal and de facto entities).  Their curriculums surpassed the corresponding curriculums at Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale.  The collegiate institutes received informal recognition from each of these universities.  Six of the several collegiate institutes that AMFEDEA established are the MicroTech Institute (formal entity)†, the Pneumiatry Institute (formal entity)†, the Chicago Linguistics Institute (de facto entity)†, the Chicago Theoretical Physics Institute (de facto entity)†, the Chicago Business Institute (de facto entity)†, and the Chicago Constitutional Law Institute (de facto entity)†.  These institutions received accreditation from the ACAA in their first year of operation.  Since 2000, the websites for these institutions have been partially or completely and gradually deactivated as a part of AMFEDEA’s process of consolidating the resources of these institutions into Chicago Christian University (formal entity).

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

                                                                                         

Curriculums of The Major Collegiate Institutes

 

Complete curriculums for the major collegiate institutes will be found on the In-depth Background Information page.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

 

 
Doctorate in Computer Science (Formal Degree)

 

In 1974, Dr. Bisconti earned his Masters in Computer Science‡ from the MicroTech Institute (formal entity)†.  In 1980, Dr. Bisconti earned his Doctorate in Applied Computer Science‡ from the MicroTech Institute (formal entity)†.  In 1997, he received further instruction in computer science at Wright College and Northwestern University and, in 1999, at the University of Chicago and the University of Illinois.

 

 

 
De facto Advanced Degrees
 
The de facto advanced degrees were the by-products of efforts to solve some serious problems that others were not solving; these degrees were never pursued as ends in themselves.  A de facto advanced degree is identical to a formal advanced degree except that it’s associated dissertation has been peer-reviewed by the general public, including a huge number of teachers and other educators.  Regardless of whether recognized by educators or not, each dissertation has yielded actual, practical benefits in its associated field of study and to society in general.  Some believe that Dr. Bisconti’s advanced degree dissertations, formal and de facto, have been peer-reviewed by more experts, as well as by more people in general, than any other person in history.  Dr. Bisconti’s dissertations have also been presented as scientific treatises, which have been accepted by the appropriate academic and professional communities as well as by the public in general.  As far as personal recognition is concerned and as long as he can contribute to the betterment of humanity in every possible way, Dr. Bisconti is content that people simply know that he has a pair of formal doctorates (two “regular” doctorates) (see sections in dark red).
 
Theology, Biblical Textual Criticism, Theoretical Physics, and Pneumiatric Psychiatry

 

In 1976, Dr. Bisconti earned a Masters in Pneumiology (Pastoral Anthropology) (formal degree)‡ from the Pneumiatry Institute (formal entity)†.  In 1978, he earned a Doctorate in Pneumiatry (Pastoral Anthropiatry) (formal degree)‡ and a Doctorate in Theology (de facto [see http://lfnexus.com/in-depthbackgroundinformation.htm])‡ from the Pneumiatry Institute (formal entity)†.  The expertise that the Doctorate in Pneumiatry reflects is also encompassed by Dr. Bisconti’s degree in pneumiatric psychiatry‡; therefore, Dr. Bisconti only advertises having two formal doctorates.  In 1985, he earned a Masters in Textual Criticism (de facto [see http://lfnexus.com/in-depthbackgroundinformation.htm])‡ from the Chicago Linguistics Institute (de facto entity)†.  In 1987, he earned a Doctorate in Biblical Textual Criticism (de facto [see http://lfnexus.com/in-depthbackgroundinformation.htm])‡ from the Chicago Linguistics Institute (de facto entity)†.  In 1992, he earned a Masters in Theoretical Physics (de facto [see http://lfnexus.com/in-depthbackgroundinformation.htm])‡ from the Chicago Theoretical Physics Institute (de facto entity)†.  In 1995, he earned a Doctorate in Advanced Theoretical Physics (de facto [see http://lfnexus.com/in-depthbackgroundinformation.htm])‡ from the Chicago Theoretical Physics Institute (de facto entity)†.

 

 

Business

 

In 1990, Dr. Bisconti earned an MBA, Master of Business Administration (de facto [see http://lfnexus.com/in-depthbackgroundinformation.htm])‡ from the Chicago Business Institute (de facto entity)†.  In 1994, he earned a DBA, Doctor of Business Administration (de facto [see http://lfnexus.com/in-depthbackgroundinformation.htm])‡ from the Chicago Business Institute (de facto entity)†.

 

 

Law

 

In 2002, Dr. Bisconti earned a S.J.D. (Juris Scientiae Doctor), Doctor of Science of Law (de facto [see http://lfnexus.com/in-depthbackgroundinformation.htm])‡ from the Chicago Constitutional Law Institute (de facto entity)†.

 

 

Miscellaneous

 

Dr. Bisconti has earned a number of other de facto degrees as well, including de facto doctorates in psychology‡, psychological pneumiology‡, pneumiological psychology‡, and psychiatric pneumiatry‡.  The expertise that these de facto degrees reflect is also encompassed by Dr. Bisconti’s degree in pneumiatric psychiatry‡.

 

 

 
Doctorate in Pneumiatric Psychiatry (Formal Degree)

 

In 2000, Dr. Bisconti earned his Doctorate in Pneumiatric Psychiatry‡ from the Pneumiatry Institute (formal entity)†.  He is board-certified by the American Board of Pneumiatric Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc.

 

 

 

Doctoral Dissertations – Formal & De facto

 

Dr. Bisconti’s doctoral dissertations, formal and de facto, will be found on the In-depth Background Information page.

 

 

Other Published Works

 

A list of Dr. Bisconti’s other published works will be found on the In-depth Background Information page.

 

 

Peer Reviews

 

Peer reviews of Dr. Bisconti’s published works, including his doctoral dissertations, will be found on the In-depth Background Information page.

 

 

Internships

 

A list of the internships completed by Dr. Bisconti will be found on the In-depth Background Information page.

 

 

Professor and Fellow of The Pneumiatry Institute (Formal Entity)

 

In 1990, Dr. Bisconti was made professor and fellow of The Pneumiatry Institute (formal entity)†.  Dr. Bisconti is professor of psychological pneumiology, pneumiological psychology, psychiatric pneumiatry, pneumiatric psychiatry and other theological, behavioral science, and medical disciplines.

 

 

American Academy of Pediatrics

 

In the second half of 2000, Dr. Bisconti served as a consultant at the American Academy of Pediatrics.

 

 

Calling

 

Dr. Bisconti’s calling is evangelism, the building up of Christians, the recovery of the technical basis for the lost knowledge of the perfection of the Scriptures, the solving of several problems in the pneumiatric and psychiatric arenas, the disproving of the theory of evolution once and for all, and other endeavors.  For forty years, from young adulthood, he has devoted all of his resources to these undertakings.  His success in some of these undertakings is presented on this website.

 

 

Current Responsibilities

 

Dr. Bisconti is pastor of The Chicago Collegiate Church and president of The Pneumiatry Institute (formal entity)†.  Dr. Bisconti is also president of the American Pneumiatric Association, the International Psychiatric Association, and the International Pneumiatric Association, and holds yet other positions of leadership as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

† To establish this educational institution's right to “full faith and credit” contact your educational authority.  Every educational entity does not require recognition from CHEA (Council for Higher Education Accreditation) and/or the USDE (United States Department of Education).  If you cannot find information through your educational authority and/or if you need additional information on recognition of educational entities, you can contact me at email@lfnexus.com.  Any information obtained through internet search engines is not necessarily reliable because internet search engines may cache web pages out of context and may not provide signifying graphics.

 

‡ To establish this degree's meritability of “full faith and credit” contact your educational authority.  Every educational entity does not require recognition from CHEA (Council for Higher Education Accreditation) and/or the USDE (United States Department of Education).  If you cannot find information through your educational authority and/or if you need additional information on recognition of educational entities, you can contact me at email@lfnexus.com.  Any information obtained through internet search engines is not necessarily reliable because internet search engines may cache web pages out of context and may not provide signifying graphics.