Bio

Paul Eliot is a Christian writer and archaeologist.  He was born in Scotland to English parents, and lived near the Lake District in Northern England before moving to London to attend University.  He received a BA in English followed by an MA in Archaeology of the Middle East and has spent much time working in the Negev desert of Southern Israel.

He spent 3 years working with a prayer ministry in London and has a passion to see men and women transformed by encounter with the reality of the heart of God.  With a heart of compassion for the Jewish people, much of his focus in prayer has been upon the destiny of Israel as a nation.

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  1. I have always been interested in the history of Christianity in England, Scotland and Wales. There is no doubt that the events that happened in England, especially from the time that Elizabeth I came to power till around 1700, greatly influenced the formation of the United States and other parts of the world.

    “The civil war of the seventeenth century, in which Milton is a symbolic figure, has never been concluded. . . . Of no other poet is it so difficult to consider the poetry simply as poetry, without our theological and political dispositions, conscious and unconscious, inherited or acquired, making an unlawful entry.”
    –T.S. Eliot, MILTON (1947)

    Here is a link that you might like to take a look at:

    “Christian History”
    https://hitchhikeamerica.wordpress.com/2014/08/04/christian-history/

    This is also very interesting:

    “The Deathbed Prophecy of King Edward the Confessor”
    https://hitchhikeamerica.wordpress.com/2014/02/26/the-deathbed-prophecy-of-king-edward-the-confessor-1066/

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