Dr. Michael Trinkman is a graduate of the University of Sedona, holding a Doctor of Theology, D.Th. He is the founder of the Tikkun HaMilah School of Biblical Studies in Azle, Texas, where he teaches Hebraic and Metaphysical thought as related to Biblical scripture. Recently, Dr. Trinkman published his first book, Commentaries of a Netzarim Teacher, and is looking to publish volume two in the near future, as well as commentaries on the books of Joel, Hosea, and the Gospel of John. Dr. Trinkman is also the teacher of Netzarim congregation Seh HaElohim in North Richland Hills, Texas, where he instructs two days a week. He also holds quarterly Biblical Studies seminars.
Having walked out of hospice care twice, Dr. Trinkman completed his Master of Metaphysical Science, M.Msc., at the University of Metaphysics while in the Hospital. He says metaphysics allowed him to look at his illness from a totally different perspective. Combining metaphysical principles and ancient Hebraic thought to the interpretation of the Scriptures, Dr. Trinkman is able to draw out the practical and life-applicable meanings of the Scriptures. He is now taking steps to establish the next phase of his ministry by preparing to launch Pastoral Solutions, a meta-theology based spiritual counseling practice. Dr. Trinkman has
partnered with other alternative medicine and psychological professionals to develop a five-year plan for establishing a well-being center in Hurst, Texas, that will treat the whole individual: body, mind, and spirit.
Although he is first and foremost a teacher of the Scriptures, Dr. Trinkman says he finds himself increasingly drawn to counseling. He is currently pursuing advanced studies in pastoral counseling and will complete a second doctorate in ministry from another university of higher learning within the next year. “The education and confidence that I received at the University of Metaphysics and Sedona have
placed me firmly on the path that I want to follow,” says Trinkman. In addition to his degrees, Dr. Trinkman is an ordained metaphysical minister, having received his ordination and practitioner diploma from the International Metaphysical Ministry University Seminary.
Dr. Michael Trinkman