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Many books have been written setting forth Scriptural facts identifying the Anglo-Saxon-Celtic and kindred peoples with the House of Israel in the Bible. However, here is one book which, perhaps more than any other, has influenced its readers to recognize and accept the Scriptural and prophetical teachings concerning the modern Israel of God. Those who are looking for a book sufficiently comprehensive to lay a foundation of essential facts will find here a clear and understandable presentation of the multiple evidences of identification, drawing supporting proof from the Bible and from secular history as well. It is a basic book, which should be in every pastor's library for ready reference, as well as on the reading list of wide-awake Christian teachers and leaders who desire to understand the distinctions between the various subdivisions of the people of the book.