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I'm not sure.. and sometimes I worry that those searching to find proof that Jesus went to England are trampling on the very real proof and fascinating evidence of Christianity's birth in Britain.

Of course, it was fairly different here in Ireland, and we seem to have a bit more of a solid footing in regards of our Christian heritage.. however, the big debate surrounding 'Celtic Christianity' and the absolute fact that in Ireland we had well established trading partners from Iberia and North Africa always fascinates me.
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I'm not sure.. and sometimes I worry that those searching to find proof that Jesus went to England are trampling on the very real proof and fascinating evidence of Christianity's birth in Britain.

Of course, it was fairly different here in Ireland, and we seem to have a bit more of a solid footing in regards of our Christian heritage.. however, the big debate surrounding 'Celtic Christianity' and the absolute fact that in Ireland we had well established trading partners from Iberia and North Africa always fascinates me.
I have heard, and read, from several independent sources, that St. Patrick was in fact a Sabbatarian, as compared to a Roman Catholic.
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I truely don't know.. however it is well known that after Patrick etc (there were a few), Ireland seemed to be the hotspot for Christian learning, and it was independant of Rome.
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