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I was going to post this video on a separate post, but cannot find where to place it but it does answer where and why the history of Christianity in Wales and Ireland turned to Christianity. https://youtu.be/heDxc_mmUCY
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((this is the background info on it and it mentions Pelagius in the video))
The first half of this presentation examines the missing years in the popular history of Jesus and his twin brother Thomas, focussing on their Druid (Essene) education and their links between the centres of learning in Alexandria and Qumran, the Court of Herod in Judea, Augustus in Rome, and the Court of the British Kings. This wide knowledge and experience was greatly influenced by mother Mary, step father Joseph of Arimathea, and ultimately their half-brother James. Joseph had inherited the Roman title ha rama theo, (not Arimathea), meaning Exalted of the Gods, from his father, through the family role of running the trade routes for four Roman Emperors from Rome, passed down to his son James, Mary’s third child. This presentation features the evidence of British Christianity being instigated by Jesus as Cunobelinius from 10 AD at Colchester (Camulot), on his succession to his adoptive father, the elderly king Tenvantius Tascovanus, who had lost his two sons fighting with the Roman army in Germanica. Christianity in Britain was formally confirmed at 45 AD, by the Pope’s tax collector, Polidor Virgilo, who wrote a history of Britain for Henry VII while based at Wells, and by the Vatican’s famous librarian Cardinal Caesar Baronius, who almost became Pope, c.1600, together with Archbishop Ussher, the great British Church historian. This important information on British church origins was also confirmed at the four Councils at Pisa 1409 A.D, Constance 1419 AD, Sienna 1423 and Basle in 1431. In AD 1933 the Vatican reaffirmed that the first Christian Church was in Britain. The primary evidence for these findings is to be found in the Vatican sourced genealogical records and Christian O’Brien’s translation and re-arrangement of the Askew and Bruce Codices, 2nd century AD Egyptian Coptic copies of the original documents recording the spoken words of Jesus the Nazarene. For further information visit www.goldenageproject.org.uk to find: * The Home Page summary of our important Ancient History. * Books by Christian and Barbara Joy O'Brien, including 'The Shining Ones' and 'Genius of the Few – “The Story of Those who Founded the Garden in Eden'', and other important linked historical information, including Christian O’Brien’s detailed survey of Atlantis on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. * Under Media on the top Bar you can find the links to the Learning from History Presentations, where you can choose between both PowerPoint and YouTube versions, which provide high resolution text and photos. * DVD’s of each presentation are also available for personal and classroom use. (Updated higher resolution video)
Good question, and one I can't fully answer, but there is lots of circumstantial evidence that supports Christianity has it's early beginnings in the U.K.
Tertulius, writing in 196AD, says that "those localities of the Britons hitherto inaccessible to the Romans had become subjects to Christ"
and that, "The kingdom and name of Christ have extended to places which defied the arms of Rome".