“The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles” were written almost five centuries after the Anglo-Saxon conquest. Begun in the reign of King Alfred in 890 AD, the belief in the pagan god Wodin was STILL in vogue. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles claimed that the kings of England were descended from Wodin. “From Wodin has descended all our royal family, and that of the Southumbrians also.”
(Chart from “Invaded Island” by R. J. Unstead)
Church vs Ekklesia, page 1.
CHURCH vs EKKLESIA, page 1