THE NATIONAL BIBLE COLLEGE RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES
For details of how to meet up with Martin & Sue
on short research holidays in 2016:
phone: 07855023181 or
The Hermitage museum in St. Petersburg
British Israel teaching demonstrates that the Israelite tribes deported into Assyria in the 8th.Cent. BC migrated across the Euphrates to the Caucasus region and lost both their homeland and identity (2 Esdras 13:40-45).
The peoples of this region in the 8th.Cent.BC were referred to as ‘Cimmerians’ and ‘Scythians’ (Assyrian archives, Kristense, A. p.126).
The ‘Cimmerians’ and ‘Scythians’ were ancestors of the Celtic and Anglo Saxon Christian Nations of Europe. (Turner,S ‘History of the Anglo Saxons’ Vol.1,1836).
The Hermitage museum in St. Petersburg provides important archaeological evidence of this Celto Saxon / Scythian link.
Jerusalem & Bethel in Israel
This research tour will relate British Israel teaching to artefacts in Jerusalem’s ‘Bible Lands Museum’ & ‘Temple Institute’ together with an exploration of ‘Bethel’; the site where Biblical Jacob received God’s everlasting covenant promises for his descendants.