SS Britannia: Why Britain Became Christian

Sven Longshanks hosts SS Britannia on his own once again, this week looking at why Europe and Britain in particular embraced Christianity.

The official church teaching has always held that Europeans are descended from Japheth, the brother of Shem, son of Noah. This means we are the same race that the Egyptians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians etc started out as and there was a time when we were in contact with those empires and traded tin with them. We also sent tithes from Solomon onwards to the Hebrews to make sacrifices in their temple for us and our kings and this is referred to in the histories of Flavius Josephus.

When the temple was destroyed and Jerusalem fell, it symbolised the destruction of the old order and the beginning of the new. Sacrifices were no longer necessary and a relationship with God was open to all of us. The Jews rejected Christ and were also rejected by him and they became the authors of chaos and revolution as we became the inheritors of truth and civilisation. They persecuted the early Christians and many of them came to Britain, starting the first church in the country around the same time as the first Church began in Rome, in the Pallatium Britannicum, the home of  Caractacus the British king who was being held hostage there.

Christianity was not forced upon us, it was just the continuation of a story that goes right back to the original colonising expeditions that spread out from the fertile crescent and gave rise to the earlier mentioned White empires that began there. Once Europe became Christian, we started achieving the great things that we are known for. In Britain it was not until the time of Arthur the Christian King that we hear of his noble acts of chivalry and the time of Alfred the Great that we learn of his great achievements. 

The great centres of learning of the past were never open to everyone, just a select few and it was not until the rise of Christendom that we all had access to knowledge, as the Church wished people to make a free choice, unlike Islam which is forced on nations at the point of a sword.

Presented by Sven Longshanks

SS Britannia: Why Britain Became Christian – SS 112617


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4 thoughts on “SS Britannia: Why Britain Became Christian

  1. Sven, recent DNA evidence has proven that the Middle East has remained genetically stable for thousands of years, and none of the civilizations you mentioned were “White”. Assyrians, Babylonians, etc., were all similar to modern populations in the region. If by White, you mean European, then they were most certainly not White. The majority of their ancestry was derived from Natufians. Another thing, Arabs are mostly Caucasoid, with minor recent Negro admixture. I suggest you do some research before making conclusions.

    • So the Roman empire was Arab? The Middle East has not remained genetically stable at all, as it is has been a centre for trade all over the world for thousands of years. Even your own comment proves that it has not remained genetically stable, as you yourself state, Arabs are mostly caucusoid with Negro admixture. That is why they are called ‘Arabs’ an ancient Hebrew term that any good Bible concordance will tell you means ‘mongrel race’.

      You can pretend all you like that the ancient civilisations in the near and middle east were not White, but the facts are they left depictions of themselves, wrote about themselves and also wrote about the dark-skinned savages that they at first excluded and then eventually ended up mongrelising with. The same story is told by the Greek and Latin historiographers.

      I would suggest you do some research, but somehow I doubt whether the truth has much value to you if it is of no benefit to you, judging by your comment.

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