Do Christadelphians belong to Protestantism

The last few weeks a lot of articles have been published on the net about the Reformation and Protestantism. When we look at those articles and hear what most authors say what Protestantism means we can question if Christadelphianism belongs to Protestantism or to something else. According to Dr. of Ministry from Bakke Graduate University in… Read More Do Christadelphians belong to Protestantism

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Manifests for believers #3 Catholic versus Protestant

In 2007 there appeared already a Manifest for the believers in the Low Countries. It was started by people from the Protestant church of the Netherlands (PKN = Protestantse Kerk Nederland) and at the turn of the year the Flemish Catholic priests launched a Manifest for believers Manifest “Gelovigen nemen het woord”, “Believers take the… Read More Manifests for believers #3 Catholic versus Protestant

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Priorities for our Christadelphian community and for the spreading of Good News

In Belgium we are a very very tiny community. Our mother-church in England has many baptised members and everywhere in Great-Britain you shall be able to find Christadelphian Halls. Not so in Belgium, the Netherlands nor in France. We are not so lucky or not so blessed. The difference with us and other Christian denominational… Read More Priorities for our Christadelphian community and for the spreading of Good News

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Today’s Thought “Idols are nothing against the first and the last God” (June 20)

In this world, we do find people who adhere to many gods. Lots of idols are worshipped as if they are helping gods. The Divine Creator, the El-Elyon, Isra’el’s King and Redeemer, Adonai–Tzva’ot, the Lord of Armies, the Almighty said: “6 … I am the first, and I am the last; and besides me there… Read More Today’s Thought “Idols are nothing against the first and the last God” (June 20)

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Today’s thought “… salvation to the ends of the earth” (May 04)

Today’s thought “… salvation to the ends of the earth” (May 04) Acts 8 Today God’s message of “salvation” has reached “to the ends of the earth”. This word occurs six times in the book of Acts. Paul, early in his missionary journeys (with Barnabas) began to preach the “good news about the kingdom of… Read More Today’s thought “… salvation to the ends of the earth” (May 04)

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Today’s thought “It is shameful for a woman to …” (March 1)

Today’s thought “It is shameful for a woman to …” (March 1) We reflected at length on the verse that includes the above quotation in reading 1 Corinthians 14 today. So many churches, apart from the Catholic Church, now allow women to speak*, and in some cases take quite prominent roles. The words, “it is… Read More Today’s thought “It is shameful for a woman to …” (March 1)

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Fullness of summer and abundance of harvest found in the satisfying plenitude of life in Christ

Enjoying life on holiday, often people do find more time to reflect about life, what we have done and how everything went, not only the last year but also the previous years. Even when we travel later in Summer or even when the astronomical Autumn has started already, we can be able to find the… Read More Fullness of summer and abundance of harvest found in the satisfying plenitude of life in Christ

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Video: Introducing the Christadelphian Community

The Christadelphians are a world-wide religious body that have attempted to get back to the faith and character of the early Christian church. We rely on the Bible accepting that all of the Bible is the wholly inspired Word of God and God’s only revealed message to mankind (2 Timothy 3:16). They therefore read it… Read More Video: Introducing the Christadelphian Community

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The Christadelphians or “Brethren in Christ”

The Christadelphians The Christadelphians or “Brethren in Christ” are a small religious body who believe that the Bible contains God’s message to mankind. We meet in homes and halls and operate as a lay community as was the custom in the time of the Apostles. Though united in faith and practice, each congregation is autonomous… Read More The Christadelphians or “Brethren in Christ”

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