Judah's Sceptre and Joseph's Birthright states that it is: "An Analysis of the Prophecies of the Scriptures in regard to the Royal Family of Judah and the Many Nations of Israel, the Lost Ten Tribes."
A review in the Baptist Messenger reported:
Part one addresses the claim that God made a promise Abraham that his descendants would become many nations. The chapters are:
Judah's Sceptre and Joseph's Birthright; Race Versus Grace; The Sceptre and The Birthright; Jacob's Seed Divided Into Two Kingdoms; All Israelites Are Not Jews; The Broken Brotherhood; Ephraim-Samaria -- Israel's Idolatry; Samaria-Israel Cast Out And Cast Off; The Jews Go To Babylon And Return; Joseph-Israel Lost.
In part two the topics discussed are the promise to David of a perpetuated throne and Kingdom. The chapters are:
The Sceptre And The Davidic Covenant; Jeremiah's Call And Commission; The Tearing Down And Rooting Out; Vindication Of The Personal Promises Of Jeremiah; A Royal Remnant That Escapes; The Prince Of The Scarlet Thread; The "Prince Of The Scarlet Thread" And "The Royal Remnant" United.
Part three claims to uncover the Abrahamic Nations. The chapters covered are:
Lost Israel And The First Overturn Located; Jacob's Pillow-Pillar Stone; The Other Overturns; Dan --The Serpent's Trail; Israel In The Isles; A Few More Identities; A Study In "Scarlet"; Egypt-Israelitish And Anglo-Saxon Emblems; The Two-Fold Aspect Of Prophetic Israel; The Coming Exodus.
Chapter 1, Introductory, provides an overview of the two covenants made with Abraham: the one when Abram was ninety years old, the latter when his name was changed to Abraham, which occurred when he was ninety-nine years old. It also covers the reiteration of the covenant promises as given to Sarah. The promises involve not only that of the single Messianic Seed (Grace), but quite separately, national promises of land,of multiple seed, of kings (plural), and of control of enemies' gates, i.e. "geographical entrances of their national enemies" (Race). The point is stressed that the certainty of the promise of the single Messianic Seed rests on "the same secure foundation" as the other; and that therefore God must have fulfilled also the national, multiple seed, etcetera aspect of that promise.
Further details to be added.