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The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel ... Found!…

The "Lost" Ten Tribes of Israel ... Found! (1992)

by Steven M. Collins

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I found this book to be quite enthralling. Although it has a great deal of repitition within it, I was able to wade past that to get to the good stuff. He digs deep into the bible and ancient historical authors and pulls from other more modern historians to detail the wanderings of the "lost" tribes. There were times when I looked at his quotes and said to myself, no that can't be right, and pull down the source and sure enough he quotes them correctly and in context. This book has gotten me really interested in reading his other works and has even gotten me scouring the bible putting things together for myself. Well worth the time and effort!! ( )
  Loptsson | Jan 26, 2009 |
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This book is dedicated to the Lord Jesus Christ, who will literally reign over the nations after he returns.
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It has become fashionable to doubt and deride the accuracy and reliability of the Holy Bible. Even some "Christian" churches and pastors, cowed by evolutionary theories, have become apologists for God. Consequently, much of the world thinks that the Holy Bible is an unscientific book; and Christians struggle to maintain their faith in spite of the Bible's supposed scientific shortcomings.
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Traces migrations of exiled House of Israel from Palestine to Northwestern Europe through Scythia, Parthia, Phoenician colonies, and sea routes. Shows little-known history of the missing 18 years of Jesus from age 12-30, when He began His ministry.

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