Tag: culdee

Short History of the Orthodox Church of the Culdees, and Our Reestablishment

Short History of the Orthodox Church of the Culdees – TABLE OF CONTENTS – – Short Definition of Culdee –  – The First Century Church – – Numerous British 1st-5th Century Saints – – British Israelites – – Triumphant Christian Israelites – – Orthodox and Israelite Liturgies – – Archbishops and Patriarchs – – Charters […]

The Historic Celtic Church and Today’s Orthodox Church of the Culdees

The subject of Celtic Church itself is a vast area of interest around the world. Tens of thousands of inspiring articles and pages circulate on the internet just as it relates to the Celtic Church. Many of these are on our website www.st-andrewsocc.org The earliest Christian priests of the Celtic lands are called Culdees. So […]

The Didache -(incl. missing translation and verses) Accepted by the Culdee, and greater fellowship of churches.

The Didache was written in the First Century and is part of the Orthodox Canon. The Didache is accepted by our church, the Culdee, and greater fellowship of churches. Note Chapter 14 on Assembly, in the original Greek text it does NOT use the word “day” but says “Lord’s way”. The Lord’s way is more appropriate […]

Solomon’s Ships Sailed to America and To Britain

Below images of oldest 10 Commandments found here: https://godssecret.wordpress.com/2009/06/14/oldest-known-10-commandments-is-in-america-in-ancient-hebrew-script-from-time-of-king-solomon/ It is the proof that at the time of King Solomon sanctuaries were founding in America (complete with the oldest copy of the 10 Commandments, the oldest known copy in the world). Solomon’s ships were better better than the Mayflower for sure! Some princes of Persia reportedly […]

NOTICE FOR NON-BELIEVERS – You Are On A Private Website For Fully Converted Christians

HOMEPAGE FOREWORD: You won’t hear the promotion of abominations and blasphemies from our church. “These days” some people say that our Orthodox beliefs will scatter the flock. Manmade traditions might do that, but we only have God’s word at our assembly. There is “no private interpretation of His word of Scripture”2Peter 1:20, but it is taught widely […]