Tag: saxon christendom

Welsh and Celto-Saxon Kings Protecting Glastonbury (and the religion of the Culdees)

A Chapter taken from our booklet on Celtic Ecclesiology, the Married Abbots and Clerics of the Orthodox Culdee. Full text is found at https://orthodoxchurch.nl/2017/05/glastonbury-married-cleric-monks/ Welsh and Celto-Saxon Kings Protecting Glastonbury Peace to their shades! the pure Culdees Were Albyn’s earliest priests of God, Ere yet an island of her seas By foot of Saxon monk […]

110 Marks of Israel, Bible References Identifying the Difference Between True Israel (Saxon Christendom) and False (Idumea, a people of God’s curse)

  110 Marks of Israel by Lt. Col. J.G. Wright Foreward by the Association of Covenant People: Colonel Wright was born in a small community in Ontario in 1877 but moved to Toronto where he graduated from the University of Toronto. He held a number of civic offices and was very active in military circles. […]