British Israelism

@article{Wilson1968BritishI,
  title={British Israelism},
  author={J. Christian Wilson},
  journal={The Sociological Review},
  year={1968},
  volume={16},
  pages={41 - 57}
}
  • J. Wilson
  • Published 1 March 1968
  • Political Science
  • The Sociological Review
The circumstances of the present limes arc such that ardent patrioiism and convinced rciigiou:> determinism arc considered anachronistic. But the British Israelite, in whom these strands of thouglit are forcefully allied, remains a familiar figure to Protestant church-goers. The movement to which he belongs has claimed a membership of two million and has branches in all Anglo-Saxon countries and yet link is known of its history and social composition. Study of the movement has revealed, not… 
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