As readers know, the home page at my website offers several books for sale on the history of the so-called “lost” ten tribes of Israel from ancient biblical times throughout history until the present time. Their history has been ignored and unappreciated for a very long time, even though it is not very difficult to reconstruct. The accounts in secular historical records actually complement and agree with biblical historical narratives. The Bible also has specific prophecies about the ten tribes of Israel throughout history and into the “latter days” of our age. Genesis 48-49 and Revelation 7:1-8 both foretell that the ten tribes of Israel will be present among the modern nations in the latter days. As my books demonstrate, these biblical prophecies have been fulfilled and we can identify the so-called “lost” ten tribes of Israel among the modern nations. If you need evidence that we really are living in the prophesied latter days of our current age, you can see abundant such evidence in my article, Are We Living in the Biblical Latter Days?

For over two months, there has been a problem processing book orders at my website. I was unaware of it until I began receiving texts and phone calls from people who notified me about their difficulties in ordering the books. I apologize to those who tried to order the books, but were unable to do so. I’ve notified the web-hosting service for my website, but so far they have been unable to correct the problem. I’ve been told by one person on the phone that my website’s “shopping cart” drops the books just before the order is completed. It is possible others have experienced the same problem. The web-hosting service told me that the problem seems to be in “external plug ins.” Technologically-savvy readers may understand what that means, but I do not have the internet skills to know what that involves. While I hope that the book-ordering process at my website will be re-activated soon, I’m letting readers of my website know about two alternative ways to order the books (any of the printed books and/or the E-book).

To order the printed books on-line, you can go to my publisher’s website,, and complete an order there. If you wish to order the books by check or money-order, you may send either one to my mailing address: Steven M. Collins, PO Box 88735, Sioux Falls, SD 57109-8735. The prices are the same as listed at my website. A single book costs $20 plus $5 shipping fees for a total of $25. If you wish to order the 4-book set, you will receive a 10% discount on each book’s cost and a price break on shipping fees. The four book set costs $72 plus $8 shipping fees for a total of $80 (they would cost $100 if ordered individually over time). Any printed books ordered this month (November) will be signed personally by me at no extra charge. If you wish to order the E-book, you may send a check or money order for $12.99 to my address cited above. Be sure to give me an email address to which I can send a digital copy of the E-book.

For a significant sample of the information contained in my books about the “lost” ten tribes of Israel, I recommend reading the free articles listed below as a sample of what is in the books. Also, at the home page of my website are radio interviews I’ve done about the books, which you can access for free. Several hours of interviews about the books were conducted by the English-language channel of Israel National Radio. I think you will find them enlightening and informative.

To gain a foretaste of the material and evidence in the books, I invite you to read the following free articles which offer some highlights about the tribes of Israel found in my books. These links include discussions of the individual tribes of Benjamin, Joseph (Ephraim and Manasseh), Issachar, Gad and Simeon. All the tribes are extensively discussed in my books, and I’ve included a link about the tribe of Judah, even though the tribe of Judah was not/is not a part of the so-called “lost” ten tribes of Israel. The tribe of Judah is the only Israelite tribe to retain its identity over the millennia, and they were never “lost” to history even though they were a stateless people until 1948 when the Jewish Diaspora returned to the Promised Land to found the modern nation of Israel. The links will examine the overlooked historical origins of modern nations in Europe, Scandinavia, North America, Australia and New Zealand.  If you enjoy the information in the articles below, you will really enjoy the far more extensive discussions of each tribe’s history in the books!