- Heritage Of The Anglo-Saxon Race - Chart
- We Have A Guardian
- God's Great Week - Cover & Chart (folded)
- The Mystery of the Lost Tribes of Israel
- Drama Of The Lost Disciples - New Edition!
- Language of Numbers The
- Another Farm in Africa
- British-Israel: How I Came To Believe It
- Bible History and Britain The
- BIWF 97th Annual Congress 2016
An outline of the development of Britain's scriptural foundations as a nation. It shows how these foundations are incompatible with Britain's membership of the European Union.
Book of Enoch
The Ethiopic Enoch throws much light on the thinking of our Lord Jesus, also of St Paul. Both regarded this as sacred Scripture and quoted from it.
Book of Jasher
Jasher is referred to in Joshua and second Samuel. Its Name in Hebrew literally means "the upright" or "book of record". The most important value of this book is the large quantity of additional detail it gives to various accounts in the Old Testament than our current translations. For instance the translator states in his preface:
This book contains a more detailed account of the awful circumstances attending the commencement of the flood and of the conduct of Noah toward the terrified multitude who had assembled about the ark when the fatal moment had arrived and their doom was irrevocably fixed.
...Connected with this period of the history is given an account of Nimrod; in which is strikingly depicted the arbitrary and violent character and conduct of his government...
...From this book we learn that Noah and Abraham were contemporaries. How beautiful the contemplation of the meeting between these two Patriarchs the one being a monument of God's mercy the other having the promise of the favor and grace of God not only to himself but to his seed after him.
...The history of Joseph has always been considered one of the most admirable and interesting on record... This history in Jasher enters more into detail concerning the affairs of Pontiphar's wife Zelicah; Joseph's magnificent procession through the cities of Egypt on coming into power; the pomp with which he was attended by Pharaoh's chariots officers and people when he went up to meet his father; the affecting scene which then took place together with other remarkable incidents...
Following the preface of the book are certificates of endorsement from four noted religious scholars of the day their statements all dated in April 1840 the year it was first published each one giving his endorsement to the correctness and reliability of the translation.
Book of Jubilees
A translation from the Ethiopic Text giving an understanding of the difference between obedience to the Law and salvation by Grace.
Book Of Revelation From An Israelite And Historicist Interpretation
Many passages which formerly seemed obscure and hidden are brought to light, with assistance of graphic charts and timelines.
A prophetic warning to the Nation of impending judgement.
Britain's Kings And Queens
From Alfred the Great in the ninth century to Elizabeth II today, 56 very varied men and women have reigned as Kings or Queens of England.An illustrated Pitkin Guide.
British Israel - Vital Belief or Optional Extra?
If you were brought to trial for being a British-Israelite, would you be able to present a case for your own defence? Explore answers to this challenging question.
One of the main reasons England became a staunchly protestant nation was Edward VI, who became known as the British Josiah despite his short 6 year reign.
British-Israel Fact not Fiction
Always in reading Holy Scripture realise that for the reader to understand the great distinction between the term "Israel," and the term "Judah" - or "the Jews" - it must be thoroughly understood that "Israel" refers to the Ten Tribed Northern Kingdom of Samaria which went into ASSYRIAN Captivity, and never returned to Palestine. The Jews are those who (much later) went into BABYLONIAN Captivity, and who, 70 years later, returned with the tribe of Benjamin and a portion of Levi.
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