ALTHOUGH the Bible is one of the most widely read books of the day, it is perhaps the least understood in all the realm of literature. The individual message which it contains has been taught for centuries and Christians thank God for the assurance of salvation which is theirs. The national message of the Bible, however, is ignored, and this is contained in the Gospel of the Kingdom which extends from Genesis to Revelation. This, British-Israel Truth explains and teaches – through a study of prophetic passages – that present events can be identified in the Scriptures as the period known as “the Divine Judgement of the nations”
Yet British-Israel teaching is no new persuasion. Its origin can never be traced with certainty, chiefly because throughout the ages scholars, and people generally, knew of the identity of the Anglo-Saxon-Celtic peoples with ancient Israel, it being only in comparatively recent times that this knowledge became obscured.
This is no new religion; it is basic to Christian doctrine. Believers include representatives of all the many Christian churches. The differences which have split the Protestant Church into so many separate denominations centre largely in doctrinal matters. These matters do not form the basis of British-Israel Truth and are left to the convictions of the individual.