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Planting The Faith Westward (DVD*) - E Raymond Capt -  Pilgrim Fathers took the faith across the Atlantic Ocean
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Author: Covenant Productions by E. Raymond Capt

This video shows how the Faith of Christ was carried by the early Christian missionaries from Palestine to the far West in the first half of the first century A. D. and its resulting impact upon the Celtic communities of the Britannic Isles.

After the departure of the Roman occupying forces in 410 A.D. the rising stars of the saints: Ninian Columba Finian and many others brought the light of Christianity even to the Picts of the far North of Scotland. Through their teachings the Faith spread Southwards from the monasteries of Iona and Whithorn into Northumbria centered at Lindisfarne, or Holy Island, reaching as far South as the Channel coastland.

Centuries later seeking freedom of worship the Pilgrim Fathers took the faith across the Atlantic Ocean into the wilderness of the New World planting a code of Christian conduct based solely on the Word of Holy Scripture.

Shown are the holy sites of the monasteries of Iona Whithorn and Lindisfarne (or Holy Island) Christian sites which spread the Gospel of the Kingdom.

DVD (55 Min.) 

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*PLEASE NOTE: The E. Raymond Capt DVDs were copied from the original VHS videos which were produced in the 1970s and 1980s when the production techniques were not as sophisticated as today's. However the quality of the material presented is of the highest standard with each subject thoroughly explored and explained. Excellent not only for private viewing but also for Bible study groups and family and friends.

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