Covenant theology? And that has something to do with Israel? Wow, the first time I heard of that, it was something to do with the original Cromwell. That's odd, because I've met Jewish citizens before, and even made social friend with them. One of them had a synagogue education, and he seemed to be saying that in Israel, the modern middle eastern country, a conservative/patriot (in terms of like an American Republican Conservative they call it the Likud Party, actually if you mean the race, you say Hebrew, but if you mean the religion it's Jew, and the two are supposed to coincide but don't always, because of free will. But when you just mean white English speaking people, it sounds like the first "Covenant theology people" were those English Cromwell revolutionaries, which is kind of weird sounding, because even though some Hebrews might be "apostate and not Jews, it doesn't look like it very often goes the other way, I've never met a Jew who wasn't also a Hebrew myself.