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ST. PATRICK OF IRELAND

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According to the Rev. Lionel Smithett Lewis M.A. Vicar of Glastonbury, St. Patrick’ s real name Patrick or Patricius , as late as the ith century, simply meant “gentleman” or “nobleman” His father Calpumius was a deacon and a decurio or magistrate. The same word was used of St. Joseph of Arimathea the honourable counsellor…

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SOME IMPORTANT PRONOUNCEMENTS

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{Extracted from the National Message – November 1937}     England BISHOP BUTLER:-” … nor is it at all incredible that a book which has been so long in the possession of mankind should contain many truths as yet undiscovered.” ABRAHAM LINCOLN:- “The man who will not investigate both sides of a question is dishonest.” TYNDALE:-“The…

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RAPTURE – FACT OR FICTION?

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U.S.A. The Rapture Theory is of Catholic origin. In 1590 Spanish Jesuit Francisco Ribera first published this theory. The theory gained foothold in Protestantism in Britain in the 19th century through John Darby of the Plymouth Brethren, from whom Scofield obtained his  notes. (LADD, Geo E., (Fuller Seminary) Blessed Hope. The Rapture Theory has been…

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MORE ABOUT THE MAGI

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IN his book The “Lost” Ten Tribes of Israel.. Found!, Steven Collins presents an interesting though unusual view of the Magi and their place in the history of the time of our Lord Jesus Christ. The following excerpts  are  from  this book. [The Jewish Historian] Josephus acknowledges that Jesus Christ fulfilled the many prophecies of…

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THE SCOTTISH DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

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THERE is a document of immense age, of supreme interest to British Israelites, but which  is seen  by few, owing to their ignorance of its existence, lying in the Register House at Edinburgh. his document is a parchment, to which are attached some twenty red and green seals (being the seals of the subscribing Scottish…

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