This latest disclosure, "The Lost Hebrew", is one of the most torturous projects we have ever had to put together.

You see we are a group who like the definitive answer. We like to know that there is a start and a finish, a beginning and end. We have never liked open ended subjects where there cannot be a definitive conclusion.

The Lost Hebrew blows all of these wants and hopes out of the water as we were faced with a subject matter so complex that it was impossible to come to a definitive conclusion. Instead what we were able to do was establish a broad perimeter of what we felt was acceptable and unacceptable, as far as the truth was concerned, but having to accept that much of the finer and granular details had to be left open to the spirit of discussion and debate, in regards to the identity and anomalies regarding who modern day Israel are.

Fascinating subject.


We are not sure whether you know the impact that Herbert Armstrong had during the twentieth century but we wanted to consolidate your understanding right now as it provides the foundation needed for some of the things we will address much later on.

Herbert W. Armstrong (July 31, 1892 – January 16, 1986) was an American Christian evangelist whose study of the Bible led him to conclude that Jewish holy days, festivals, and dietary restrictions (Leviticus 11) should be observed, and that the Sabbath should be honoured on Saturday. He joined a branch of the Church of God (Seventh Day) that practiced Sabbatarianism (Saturday worship).

In 1933 he established an independent radio ministry in Eugene, Oregon, the Radio Church of God, and a magazine, The Plain Truth, to disseminate his ideas. In 1947 Armstrong moved to Pasadena, California, where he oversaw the continued growth of the church and changed its name to the Worldwide Church of God.

In the 1960s he established a television ministry, The World Tomorrow, which specialized in biblical interpretations of contemporary events and featured his son, Garner Ted Armstrong. The program would eventually expand to 382 U.S. television stations, and 36 television outlets internationally, dwarfing televangelists Jerry Falwell, Jimmy Swaggart, Oral Roberts, and Jim Bakker.

Under Armstrong's leadership, the Worldwide Church of God was accused of being a cult with unorthodox belief systems, and to most Christians, heretical teachings. Critics also contended that the Worldwide Church of God did not proclaim salvation by grace through faith alone, but rather required works as part of salvation. The late Walter Martin, in his classic The Kingdom of the Cults, devoted 34 pages to the group, claiming that Armstrong borrowed freely from Seventh-Day Adventist, Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormon doctrines.

Until Armstrong's death, the Worldwide Church of God had simply adhered to it's founder's teachings without question even though the Church held a significant number of controversial beliefs. When Hebert Armstrong died in 1986, his successor, Joseph W Tkach, decided to use it as an opportunity to conduct a review of the teachings of the Church in response to criticism that it was a Christian cult.

The church's new leadership began a process of theological revision in order to gain acceptance by the North American Evangelical Alliance whom they had been in dialogue with for many years after the death of Armstrong. The process led to Tkach and his leadership admitting that many of their controversial and unorthodox beliefs were wrong and led to them embracing the more orthodox aspects of Christian theology which they had previously disagreed with. They also dropped the name "the Worldwide Church of God" and adopted the new name "Grace Communion International"

You can imagine what happened next.

A significant power struggle arose as supporters of Herbert Armstrong, unsuccessfully, tried to legally stop these changes, leading to a mass exodus of ministers and members. This resulted in the formation of many splinter denominations all claiming to teach "all" of the truths restored through Herbert W. Armstrong, most notably the Philadelphia Church of God (1989). Others include the Global Church of God (1993), the Living Church of God (1998), the United Church of God (1995), and the Restored Church of God (1998). In fact you probably will be aware of a bible prophecy broadcast called "Tomorrow's World" which is actually a broadcast of the Living Church of God.

One of the most controversial theological views of Herbert Armstrong is a belief known as British Israelism. With roots in the 16th century, British Israelism was inspired by several 19th century English writings such as John Wilson's 1840 Our Israelitish Origin. Numerous British Israelite organisations were set up throughout the British Empire as well as in America from the 1870s.

The core position of this belief was that modern day Britain, America and some of the European nations (notably Ireland, Denmark etc) are descendants of the lost tribes of Israel. Within this is also the belief that the Tribe of Ephraim and the Tribe of Manasseh can be identified as modern day Britain and the United States of America. They did however believe that the Jews living in Israel were of the house of Judah and Benjamin, the tribes which actually migrated back to Israel after being in captivity to the Assyrians during ancient times.

The British-Israel doctrine held the theological claim that particular blessings were bestowed upon three of the tribes of Israel, in that the tribe of Judah was to be the 'chief ruler' e.g. King David, and that Ephraim was to receive the birthright. Adherents believe that these blessings have continued down through the ages to modern times, with the British Monarchy identified as the continued blessing upon Judah, and both Britain (Ephraim) and the USA (Manasseh) as recipients of the national birthright blessing. They cite passages such as 1 Chronicles 5:1-2 and Genesis 48:19-20 as supporting this.

Some adherents further claim the British Royal Family is of lineal descent from the house of King David via a daughter of Zedekiah, the last king of Judah. According to this legend, the prophet Jeremiah, and his scribe, Baruch, escaped with "the king's daughters" (Jeremiah 41:10; 43:6) to Egypt. They later travelled to Ireland, where one of the surviving Judahite princesses, Tea Tephi, married a local High King of Ireland. From this fabled union the Davidic throne was supposedly preserved, having been transferred to Ireland, then Scotland and later England, whence the British monarchs are alleged to have descended. The Stone of Scone, used in the coronations of Scottish, English and British monarchs for centuries, is claimed to be none other than the pillow stone used by the biblical patriarch, Jacob.

It is important to note that this view is also espoused by a number of conspiratorial researchers such as Fritz Springmeier ("Bloodlines of the Illuminati") and also Robin De Ruiter ("Worldwide Evil and Misery") who also believe the lost tribes of Israel are found within certain European nations.

The remaining legacy splinters of the original Worldwide Church of God are not the only groups who hold to British Israelism as a key aspect of their theology, believing that Caucasian peoples of America and Great Britain are the true modern day Jews.

There is another movement known as Christian Identity which adopts a white supremacist interpretation of Christianity, not only holding the the view that only Germanic, Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, Nordic, Aryan people and those of kindred blood are the descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and hence the descendants of the ancient Israelites, but also hold Jews as the cursed offspring of Cain, the "serpent hybrid" or serpent seed and also believe that those of African descent are the result of a curse that God gave to the descendants of Canaan, notably Ham.

Christianity Identity evolved out of British Israelism, a theology which was essentially philo-Semitic, still believing that the present Jews in Israel were of the house of Judah. But that changed in the hands of American racists, who by the 1940s and ’50s had concluded that contemporary Jews were not descendants of the biblical Hebrews at all, and that they were lying when describing themselves as the chosen people.

Christian Identity is not a central denomination but a belief system that covers the Klu Klux Klan, some aspects of the Christian Militia movement and very far right conservative Christian groups. It is also safe to say that some elements of Christian Identity theology may have also seeped into the subconscious of some mainstream evangelical churches.

Christian Identity theology also holds that all non-whites (people not of wholly European descent) will either be exterminated or enslaved in order to serve the white race in the new Heavenly Kingdom on Earth under the reign of Jesus Christ. Its doctrine states that only "Adamic" (white) people can achieve salvation and paradise.

Whilst British Israelism has been a movement claiming the blessings of Abraham for the white Anglo Saxon nations, another movement has also grown significantly over the decades known as the Black Hebrew Movement.

The Black Hebrew Movement (Black Israelite Movement) is rooted in Black Judaism, a belief system birthed in the late 1800s by black Christians from the South's Pentecostal "Holiness" movement. They claimed to have received a revelation: America's recently emancipated slaves were God's chosen people, the true Hebrews. Much is made of the parallels between the 400 years of Israelite slavery in Egypt and the Transatlantic slave trade involving the slavery of millions of Africans.

According to Black Judaism doctrine, when the Kingdom of Israel was destroyed, the Israelites were first scattered across the African continent and then selectively targeted by enemy African tribes who captured and sold them to European slave traders for bondage in the New World. Other elements of this belief system claim that the Israelites were actually black people and not "Arab" like. The group has done much to point out valid and credible issues like "the perception of a white  European looking Jesus with blonde hair and blue eyes" in both art and many Christian movies and the fact that there is more representation and influence of black people in Bible history than we have been led to think. However, much of their good is undermined by the theological hurdles they go through to then lay claim that black people are actually the "true Israel".

The notorious white supremacist leader Tom Metzger once remarked of extremist Hebrew Israelites, "They're the black counterparts of us." The belief system of extremist Hebrew Israelites is basically the reversed-color mirror image of the Christian Identity theology embraced by many white supremacists, which holds that mainstream Jews are the descendants of Satan and that white people are the chosen ones, divinely endowed by God with superior status over "mud people," believers' term for non-white individuals.

Affirming the seriousness of this groups claim to Jewish heritage is the fact that one of the sects within the movement were granted citizenship in Israel.

The African Hebrew Israelite Nation of Jerusalem is a spiritual group now mainly based in Dimona, Israel, whose members believe they are descended from the Twelve Tribes of Israel. The community now numbers around 5,000. Their immigrant ancestors were African Americans, many from Chicago, Illinois, who migrated to Israel in the late 1960s. The group was initially very militant during its early years but in softening its attitude over the decades has managed to become assimilated and respected within Israeli life.

Black Hebrews Recognized By Israeli Government

In 2011, the Georgia General Assembly passed a resolution which "recognize(s) the Hebrew Israelite Community for its service to the nation of Israel and commends their 40 years of history." Citing the fact that the Dimona-based community is "one of the largest urban kibbutzim in Israel" and "has attracted visitors from around the world because of its healthy lifestyle and organic agriculture," the Assembly concluded and declared that "the culture and tradition of the Hebrew Israelite Community is a rich one, and the Community's numerous contributions are worthy of recognition."

In August 2008, the Village of Peace received a visit from Israel's president, Shimon Peres, who told the Hebrew Israelites "Your community is beloved in Israel...You give the country happiness and song and hope for a better world"

And in March, 2012, during the community's annual "New World Passover" celebration in honor of their historic "exodus" from America in 1967, the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed appreciation for "the cooperative society that is working towards the inclusion of the Hebrew Israelite community in Israeli society at large," and he also declared that their experience in the land is "an integral part of the Israeli experience."

When they began emigrating to Israel, the religious officials and the state did not consider them Jewish and as a result, they were asked to convert. In 2003, the remainder of the existing community (those who had not received residency permits earlier) were granted official Israeli permanent residency and later were entitled to acquire Israeli citizenship by naturalization, which does not imply any Jewish status. Since 2004, some members of the community (both men and women) have enlisted to the Israel Defense Forces.

Today, young men and to a lesser degree women from the African Hebrew community of Jerusalem serve in the Israeli Defense Force, and they have entered international sporting events and academic competitions under the Israeli flag, as well as having represented Israel twice in the Eurovision song contest

It is well known that, sometime in the eighth to ninth centuries, the Khazars, a warlike Turkic people, converted to Judaism and ruled over a vast domain in what became southern Russia and Ukraine (an area predominantly known today as Crimea). What happened to them after the Russians destroyed that empire around the eleventh century has been a mystery. Many have speculated that the Khazars became the ancestors of Ashkenazi Jews who form the majority of the populating living in Israel today.

Contrarian Hungarian ex-communist and scientist Arthur Koestler brought the Khazar hypothesis to a wider audience with The Thirteenth Tribe (1976), in the hope that disproving a common Jewish “racial” identity would end anti-Semitism. Clearly, that hope has not been fulfilled.

Most recently, left-wing Israeli historian Shlomo Sand’s The Invention of the Jewish People took Koestler’s thesis in a direction he had not intended, arguing that because Jews were a religious community descended from converts they do not constitute a nation or need a state of their own. Scientists, however, dismissed the Khazar hypothesis because the genetic evidence did not add up.

However in 2012, an Israeli researcher published a study claiming to prove that Khazar ancestry is the single largest element in the Ashkenazi gene pool. New DNA analysis technology he found showed that Yiddish, the historic language of Ashkenazi Jews, may have originated in northeastern Turkey.

The study by the University of Sheffield’s Dr. Eran Elhaik, which was published in the scientific journal Genome Biology, used a Geographic Population Structure (GPS) tool to locate the origins of Yiddish speakers’ DNA. The researchers then used the GPS algorithms to analyze participants’ DNA and predict their most likely geographical origin.

The results, Elhaik said, showed that many of them came from the vicinity of four ancient villages in northern Turkey whose names are conspicuously similar to “Ashkenaz” — Askenaz, Eskenaz, Ashanaz, and Ashkuz — and which are all located near a crossroads of the ancient Silk Road trade route. The researchers have surmised that the language may have been invented by Iranian and Slavic Jews who traded on the Silk Road around the 9th century.

This view has been popularised by a number of leading prophetical scholars. such as Texe Marrs and his "Power of Prophecy" radio show which published the following book "DNA, Science and the Jewish Bloodline" a number of decades ago which marginalized him from much of the bible prophecy community. His book states,

"Today, DNA Science reveals that almost all the Jews in the world come from Khazaria. They are not of the the blood lineage of Abraham and the prophets, but of King Bulan and the pagan peoples of the Caucasus. The ancestors of today's Jews are not Israelites but are Khazarians.Khazaria's people, in the 8th century, converted from paganism to Judaism.

In the 10th century, these Khazarian "Jewish" converts emigrated to Eastern Europe, and especially Poland and Lithuania. In 1948, the Khazars, erroneously believing themselves to be "Jews," arrived in the territory of Palestine and set up the state of Israel. The people of Israel today are virtually all of Khazar (Turk/Mongol stock) extraction. The Jews have no genetic claims to the land of Israel and no family connection whatsoever to historical Israel. DNA science joins recent discoveries in history and archaeology to present the world with a correct and remarkable picture of the Jewish people. Now, everything changes!"

Before the end of the first century of its existence, the church had become predominantly Gentile in membership and  began to experience significant changes from what it had been when it was mainly Jewish in membership. Within one hundred years after the apostles of Christ were gone, the “majority of Gentile Christians regarded the Jewish Scriptures as authoritative,” but began to think “of themselves as the true spiritual heirs of Israel,” and “claimed for themselves the promises which the Hebrews held that God had made to them.”

Some anti-Semitic Gentile church leaders played a key role in this significant shift from the original understanding of the Scriptures regarding the nation of Israel’s relationship with God. In response to Jewish attacks against Christian beliefs, some resorted to new methods of Biblical interpretation and wrote rebuttals with varying degrees of anti-Semitic content.

Most of the men who are seen as the Church Fathers were previously disciples of Plato, Socrates and other Greek philosophers – Ignatius, Origen, Justyn Martyr, Marcion and John Crystostom. They began to teach that because the majority of the Jewish people rejected Yeshua, God had rejected them and now the Church was the true Israel or the New Israel of God. They left the curses for the Jews and took the blessings and promises for the New Israel. They taught that the Torah was superseded by the New Testament laws and that the Sabbath, the Feasts and the commandments were now obsolete.

  • For example, Justin Martyr (AD 100–165), who defended Christianity against a Jewish enemy, claimed Christians “are the true Israelitic race,” and asserted that the Biblical expression “the seed of Jacob,” when properly understood, now refers to the Christians, not the Jews.

  • Tertullian (AD 145–220), prominent church theologian from North Africa, interpreted God’s statements to Rebekah concerning the twins (Esau and Jacob) in her womb (Genesis 25:23) in the following manner: Esau, the older brother, represents the Jews; and Jacob, the younger brother, represents the Christians. He indicated that God thereby revealed that the Christians would overcome the Jews and that the Jews would serve the Christians.

  • Origen (AD 185–253), the president of the school of theology in Alexandria, Egypt, greatly influenced the church’s acceptance of the allegorical, or spiritualizing, method of interpreting the Bible in contrast to the literal, historical-grammatical method. This method allowed him to claim that the word “Israel” in the Bible can mean the church, not national Israel.

  • Cyprian (AD 195–258), bishop of Carthage, stated that he “endeavoured to show that the Jews, according to what had before been foretold, had departed from God, and had lost God’s favour, which had been given them in past time, and had been promised them for the future; while the Christians had succeeded to their place, deserving well of the Lord by faith.”

The natural affinity Jews and Christians enjoyed in the second and third centuries alarmed the Church fathers who borrowed from both Justin and Marcion to support an anti-Judaic Christian theology of Israel. This would not only result in thousands of assaults upon Jewish people over the next 1,500 years or so, but also cripple Christianity's attitude towards ot Jewish heritage.

This Christian elitist antipathy toward Jews and Judaism became woven into the fabric of Christian theology and thereby into Western civilization. The Roman Catholic Church spent a significant amount of effort during the middle ages in seeking to detach the Jewish heritage of the Christian faith with a theology known as supersessionism, a theological view on the current status of the church in relation to the Jewish people, holding that the Christian Church had succeeded the Israelites as the definitive people of God or that the New Covenant had replaced or superseded the Mosaic covenant.

During the protestant reformation Martin Luther and the other reformers inherited this theological posture and cultural prejudice. Luther, heralded as the Father of the Reformation and an avid student of Paul, is credited for his justification by faith emphasis as newly discovered in Romans. But in the processing of his new insights, he took severe liberties to castigate the Jewish people. During the final decade of his life Luther wrote horrific sermons about the Jews going as far as to calling for all their synagogues to be burnt to the ground.

Luther's impact on the Nazi regime to come 400 years later was profound. Martin Luther's late work Von den Jüden und iren Lügen is a blueprint for Kristallnacht and reads like an issue of Julius Streicher's Der Stürmer - the Nazi anti-Semitic hate weekly, and so it is no surprise that references to Luther’s late anti-Jewish works increased markedly in Nazi Germany during the period up to 1938.

Today the Roman Catholic Church, Orthodox Church, Lutheran, Methodist, Anglican, Presbyterian and various groups within the charismatic and evangelical movement hold to the belief that there is no prophetical role for the state of Israel as the Church is now the new Israel. The Church had now inherited the promises that God gave to Abraham and as such there is no distinction between gentile and Jews. Events such as the restoration of the nation of Israel in 1948, Israel winning the 7 day war against the Arabs in 1967, the 1973 Yom Kippur war or even the recent recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel by the United Sates, is given very little significance or recognition within much of the Christian world.

The Lost Hebrew is our latest disclosure which takes a really deep and insightful exploration of the debate regarding who is true Israel. As we have journeyed in our discovery it has become increasingly clear that there are some fixed boundaries to what we believe. We strongly assert that we are not in favor of believing that the true Jews of today are wholly the white Anglo Saxon nations or wholly the African American and Caribbean negroes. However we do recognise that there is proof of a connection where some of the tribes did make their way into Europe and we also recognise that there are groups of black people with proven ancestral links to the tribes of Israel.

Come with us on a 20 hour journey of stunning insights and major visual illustrations across 4 powerful online video documentaries, as we explore the most pressing questions from a conspiratorial and biblical perspective and make sense of an age old debate about the identity of the end times Jews and tribes of Israel.


Just as John 3:16 is the most critical scripture for the Christian faith, the most pivotal case for the Black Hebrew movement rest on Deuteronomy 28:68 "And the LORD shall bring you into Egypt again in ships, by the way of which I spoke unto you, You shall see it no more again: and there you shall be sold unto your enemies as male and female slaves, and no man shall buy you." Like a pack of cards the theology of the Black Hebrew Movement collapses should a natural exegesis of this scripture prove that their interpretation of this is out of context. In this online video documentary the movement is put under the spotlight where is nowhere to run in terms of sidestepping the numerous issues facing their belief about who the true Hebrews of today are.

Why are there so many different factions and splintered groups within the Black Hebrew movement?
What does the Black Hebrew movement believe about the new testament?
What does the Black Hebrew movement believe about the work and person of Yeshua (Jesus Christ)?
Why does the Black Hebrew movement place more emphasis on Israel than Africa?
Why is it so easy for black Christians to transition from mainstream Christianity over to the Black Hebrew Movement?
What are the perspectives of some of the world's most revered Biblical researchers in the area of Bible History, Linguistics and Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic on the theology of the Black Hebrew movement?


The puzzle of the 10 lost tribes of Israel is a difficult one to solve. The belief that the white European nations are a modern day reflection of Israel is a belief that we simply cannot theologically support yet there is proof of connections between some of the tribes of Israel and migrations to Denmark, Ireland and other European nations after being released from Assyrian captivity.

What historical records confirm that one of King Zedekiah's two daughters married into Irish royalty?

Is there a historical connection between the Vikings, Denmark and the tribe of Dan?
Did British Israelism influence biblical justification for the Transatlantic slave trade?
Are their links between the 10 lost tribes of Israel, the North American Indians,
Did you know that Israeli journalist Hillel Halkin was shown texts that convinced him that an indian community, which calls itself the Bnei Menashe, has roots in the lost tribe of Menashe. The documents included a will and words to a song about the Red Sea?
Did you know that under Nebuchadnezzar in the 6th century B.C. some of the banished Israeli tribes headed east, settling near Esfahan in Iran, in a city called Yahudia, and later moved to the Afghan region of Hazarajat?
Did you know that some members of the Lemba, a South African tribe that claims to be a Lost Tribe of Israel, have the genetic Cohan marker. Cohanim are members of priestly clan that trace their paternal lineage back to the original cohen, Aaron, the brother of Moses and a high Jewish priest?

This online video documentary also addresses the challenges facing a young earth model, as well as what is also called "Theistic Evolution", the idea that God used evolution as part of his creation process.


An absolutely fascinating online video documentary which reveals the latest insights on the plans to rebuild the 3rd Jewish temple on the temple mount in Jerusalem.

Is there more significance to the US administration recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel than what many Christians believe?
Does freemasonry still harbor plans for the rebuilding of Solomon's temple and is the Jerusalem lodges still working covertly in funding excavations around the temple mount?
What are the latest developments with the Temple Mount Institute and the revival of the Levitical priesthood and the their influence within the Israeli parliament?
What is the abomination that causes desolation and why do some bibel scholars believe this will be the definitive event which will lead to the revealing of the Antichrist and the oppression of the Jewish people living in Israel?

Do the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion have any connection to the rebuilding of a future Jewish Temple?

How relevant today is Revelation 3:9 "Behold, I give of the synagogue of Satan, of them that say they are Jews, and they are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee."


The 144,000 that the apostle John referred to in the book of Revelation is one of the most controversial topics in the Bible. One understanding is that the 144,000 are recently converted Jewish evangelists sent out to bring sinners to Jesus Christ during the seven year tribulation period. Preterists believe they are Jewish Christians, sealed for deliverance from the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A.D. Dispensationalist Tim LaHaye, in his commentary Revelation: Illustrated and Made Plain, considers the 144,000 in Revelation 7 to refer to Jews and those in Revelation 14 to refer to Christians. Added to this you have other groups such as the Jehovah Witnesses claiming ownership.

How can we cut through the noise? and have a truly accurate understanding of the 144,000, what they represent and how their mission will impact the world, not only during the reign of the Antichrist but also during the reign of Jesus Christ during the Millennium in which the earth will return back to the near conditions of Eden.

The 4 online video documentaries above are monumental insights but we also believe that additional research material will only serve to help you further in your quest for truth. That is why we have assembled below a tremendous collection of informative insights below. As we have mentioned previously, deciphering " The Lost Hebrew" is one of the most complex tasks to be taken and so we trust that the publications below will provide some distinction in what is unacceptable from where there is freedom for debate and disagreement on the finer details.

Christian identity: the aryan, american, bloodline religion

Probably one of the best examinations of the Christian Identity movement. The Ku Klux Klan, the Aryan Nations, and many ultra-right-wing racist "religious" organizations adhere to a doctrine called Christian Identity. Christian Identity is not a denomination, but a loosely organized movement embracing a range of beliefs. Its foundation is the theory that Anglo-Saxons (and Aryans, in most cases) are the true descendants of the Lost Tribes of Israel, and are the chosen people of God. Christian Identity is a bloodline religion: a belief system irrevocably tied to race. As such it lends itself to the violence, racism, and anti-Semitism of its more militant practitioners, and its growth and links to domestic terrorism warrant a better understanding of the movement.

This survey of the Christian Identity Movement traces its development and beliefs, from its origins to its modern manifestations. It examines the doctrines and visions of the future of Identity communities and organizations in America including the "Third American Revolution" predicted by these groups, a forthcoming war based on race and religion.

barack obama vs the black Hebrew Israelites

In 2016, NetFlix released 'Barry', a film chronicling young Barack Obama’s stay at Columbia University in New York City. One scene shows the man who would later become the President of the United States debating a religious proselytizer on the street. This man was a "Black Hebrew Israelite". The "Hebrew Israelite" movement began in 1969 and was headquartered at 1 West 125th St. in Harlem (near Obama's apartment on W 109th between Amsterdam and Columbus).

Christian apologist and researcher Vocab Malone creatively uses this mini-debate as a launching pad to explore this militant and mysterious sect. The timing is just right; this faith is been spreading like wildfire in most major city centers across the US. This book fills a void, as there are no major works on Hebrew Israelism.

The 4 online video documentaries above are monumental insights but we also believe that additional research material will only serve to help you further in your quest for truth. That is why we have assembled below a second collection of tremendous collection of informative insights below.  This second supplement does include "Israel's Lost Ten Tribes" and "The Black Hebrew Awakening". We believe it is important if you have to debate British Israelism and Black Hebrews, then at least see the better scholarly defences of their positions and understand their theological and historical framework.


In this smash bestseller that has sold more than 14 million copies around the world, Dr Moody reveals his ground-breaking study of people who experienced 'clinical death' - and were revived. Their amazing testimonies and surprising descriptions of 'death' and 'beyond' are so strikingly similar, so vivid and so overwhelmingly positive they have changed the way we view life and death, and the spiritual hereafter. Introducing the revolutionary concepts of the NDE (Near Death Experience), the bright light and the tunnel, Life After Life has shaped countless reader’s notions about the meaning of the death and offered essential reassurance to anyone who has wondered 'what comes next'?


One of America’s most-respected prophetic voices brings a critical message to a nation—and world—at a crossroads. In September 2019, God revealed to Chuck Pierce that between February and April 2020, plague-like conditions would hit the earth. The Lord said, “I will be waiting to see which nations ‘pass over.’” Just like the very first Passover, God is looking for a remnant that will hold strong and bring His love to a hurting planet. Pierce divides the rumors from the Word, and answers such questions as:

  • Why would the current situation be happening around the time of Passover 2020?

  • Is this a modern-day plague for a modern-day Passover?

  • Are nations still trying to bring other nations under their control and economic rule?

  • What is Israel’s role in this critical time?

  • How do we move forward today?

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You may remember earlier on we talked about how during the middle ages the Roman Catholic Church and many of the Protestant Reformers had a despicable view of the Jews which leads to hundreds of years of anti-Semitism, racist persecution and physical abuse and torture right up until World War II.

So in 2020 how do Catholic theologians treat the subject of Israel, the Jews and the end times. The Persecution of the Antichrist and the Conversion of the Jews is a profound classic publication that provides a contemporary assessment of bible prophecy in light of Catholic Eschatology.

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