Tag: Christian Israel

Greswell’s “Chapters on the Early History of Glastonbury Abbey” (Glastonbury’s Kings)

“Chapters on the Early History of Glastonbury Abbey” by Rev. William Greswell is a detailed exploration of the origins and development of Glastonbury Abbey, a holy site of the Culdees, steeped in history and legend. Greswell’s work delves into the abbey’s connections to early Christianity, its significance in the Celtic Church, and its associations with […]

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. […]

Culdees Were The First Christians, “Drama of the Lost Disciples” by George F. Jowett

“THE DRAMA OF THE LOST DISCIPLES” is a classic of British Israelism, and a rare book. You can read samples of this book (or check all of it online, as many various sites presently host it). We recommend those who like the book to purchase it from Artisan Publishers, “Drama of the Lost Disciples”, or […]

Colonel Jack Mohr Library Section

Jack Mohr

Colonel Jack Mohr (These booklets are for information. TCAWW does not necessarily endorse all the views of all authors, and our literature section is under development to be a portal of over 100,000 online articles. Articles should primarily be considered opinions of the individual writer and not of TCAWW.) Col. Jack Mohr (Author – Evangelist […]