"Celtic" Christian Churhes - A Comparison.
( For a definition of the word "Celtic" please see menu item No.7 on "The Bride" homepage.
This is entitled "The Celtic Spirit today as Europe's Deliverance" )
The Pictish Church of Alba The
Scotic Church of Dalriada ( modern Argyll)
by the Briton, St.Ninian in the 5th century.
Founded by St.Columba, an Irish Scot in the 6th century.
pupil of St. Martin of Tours in Normandy (Celtic)
modern Scotland with many churches
Based upon the island of Iona, confined to Argyll with one
named after the
individual founding clergy.
satellite in Stirlingshire.
to Christianity 200 years before Columba.
Concerned with its own peoples, The Scots originally from
No military or
Monarchical associations. Concerned with
Ireland, and with Monarchy. The satellite arose as a result
of the people under God. Amen.
military conquest. Dynastic.
Briton as founder
trained Pictish clergy. Established
Non inclusive, separated from its origins in Ireland.
Ireland. Bangor for example, from which
the Picts of
north west Alba were converted.
secular reward. Culdees established
Political motivation in addition to Spiritual stewardship
churches in Europe.
of Scots of Dalriada, Argyll
of the original Pictish Church persisted
The Spirituality of the original Columban
Church lasted for
up to the Reformation,
although it was not this event
150 years after Columba's death. During Adamnon's time
which caused its
apparent disappearance from the
as Abbot a schism arouse of his own making. The original
church became Roman after The Synod of Whitby in 644 AD.
Ninian's Church of The Picts pre and post dated
Columba's Church. It never became Roman.
Spiritual Inheritance of The" Celtic" Church of Today --
Sceptre and Birthright.
The need of the people
in both Alba and Dalriada in the early centuries was for
conversion to Christianity and for a personal commitment
to The Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. Both the Pictish and Scotic
Churches as originally established met this need.
The adage "Come the moment, come the man or woman"
holds true in the secular. How much more so in the Spiritual!
Lord's time as Kiaros is upon the country (not presently
a Nation) of Scotland once again in these times. The need
of the people today is to "Choose you this day whom
you will serve". This is not an invitation -- and thus
one way or the other, it cannot be set aside either individually
or collectively. The Blessing of The Sceptre was placed
within The Scotic Church, and that of The Birthright within
the Pictish Church. The two will merge with the Resurrection
of The Celtic Church Spiritual in The Nation of Scotland.
This will be co-incident with the Blessing of The Monarchy
of Scotland at one with The Sovereignty of the people.
Note: The Pictish and Scotic
Nations were merged under Kenneth MacAlpine. The two (by
that time) Churches had markedly different spirituality
and thus remained separate for approximately two hundred
years during which time The Pictish Church was gradually
absorbed by the Scotic Church. As individuals we may research
this history for ourselves. MacAlpine was a Pict who successfully
laid claim to the Scotic throne by virtue of Scotic blood
in his mother's lineage. He betrayed his own people, the
Picts, by attacking their rear when he knew The Picts were
fighting the Viking raiders and thus overpowered his own
kindred. Such monarchy is of the human ego and is thus not
Monarchy at all. It is inconsistent with the Spiritual development
of humanity in contrast to the Monarchy of Whom Melchizedek
was a vessel.
Please see menu item
No.6 "The Priest of man or God? -- Melchizedek, Eli,
and Zadok" on "The Bride" homepage. The navigation
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