The "Lost" Ten Tribes of Israel...Found! Kindle Edition
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to support the dispersion theory and tie it to the lost tribes of Isreal's command to go to the four corners of the earth by God.
i am reading it again for the second time right now
This is the best of Stephen Collins books that I've read. It is well-researched, and very interesting. His tone is very credible - calm and factual.
I was happy to see that he is not a racist, nor is he a proponent of British-Israelism. (Bristish-Israelism / Christian Identity is a religious doctrine that claims the British Empire is The Kingdom of Christ on Earth.)
Collins has done an excellent job of tracking the movements of the ten-tribes of the Northern Kingdom of Israel through history from the time of Solomon down to the present era.
Many British-Israel proponents have made claims that the Scythians, Cimmerians, and Parthians were the descendents of the 10 deported tribes of Israel. Few of them have supported the claim with hard evidence.
In this book, Collins does a very good job of documenting the historical and archaeological links that connect the Israelites with the Scythians, Cimmerians, Phoenecians, Danaans, Goths and Germans, Irish and Britains.
His scholarship and research are superb until the last chapter where he tries to identify nation states as Israelite tribes based on their characteristics. But the rest of the book is so good, that shouldn't dissuade you from reading it.
I highly recommend this book for a balanced viewpoint on the actual historical facts that have engendered the British Israelite controversy.