November’s issue of The Christadelphian

The November issue was published on October 26 and all subscribers should have received their copies. November 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War and the first article (of two) reflects on that period in our community, and the lessons to be learned today. Exposition articles include a look… Read More November’s issue of The Christadelphian

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Signs of the times – “Britain and the Gulf”

As we await the final outcome of negotiations with the EU, Britain continues to look for ways of bolstering her influence in the world post-Brexit. To this end, there is an ongoing strengthening of ties with traditional allies in the Gulf region. In April this year it was announced that Britain had opened a permanent… Read More Signs of the times – “Britain and the Gulf”

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Iranian Christian woman waiting for the Belgian asylum commission

An Iranian Christian woman, called Parisa who was part of an underground church in Iran, which became infiltrated, had her husband collapsed under the pressure, returned to Islam and divorced her- and got the religious Police onto her. She fled with her young child to Belgium where she lives with a relative. Christadelphian brethren were… Read More Iranian Christian woman waiting for the Belgian asylum commission

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Signs of the times – “Israel’s security and the Golan Heights”

Relations between Israel and Russia deteriorated last month after a Russian military plane was shot down by the air defence systems of the Assad regime, her ally. Moscow blamed the Israeli government for the incident which happened at the time of an attack on Syrian facilities by four Israeli F-16 jets. “Russia said Israel’s ‘irresponsible… Read More Signs of the times – “Israel’s security and the Golan Heights”

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Baptism in a Belgian smalltown swimming pool

Last July Ola, a former Muslim from Senegal, walked some hours in searing heat from his migrant camp in the countryside to meet our brethren who had taken the channel tunnel and high speed train.  The English brethren did the baptism in the smalltown swimming pool, full of Belgian schoolkids on holiday camp, they looked… Read More Baptism in a Belgian smalltown swimming pool

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Wanting for more than you need or hearing the Inviting encouragement

The youngsters are already at school from the first of September and from October the first the university students are back on track whilst retired people went off to look for some extra sunshine and to have a more affordable holiday time. All those people, young and old, have their aspirations and do hope their… Read More Wanting for more than you need or hearing the Inviting encouragement

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Signs of the times – “A new order in the Middle East”

Looking back over the past seven years and the upheavals generated by the so-called “Arab Spring”, it is interesting to see how the hopes of millions of people across the Middle East and North Africa were quickly dashed. A recent article entitled, “The New Arab Order: Power and Violence in Today’s Middle East” by Marc… Read More Signs of the times – “A new order in the Middle East”

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Sayings about Christadelphians and Belgian Biblestudents debounced

Absurd thoughts and big mistakes, plus wrong ideas about Christadelphians and Belgian Bible students or Dismantling of the wrong view concerning Christadelphians and Belgian Bible students In continuation of An attitude taken to those who attack us and other Unitarians showing how Mr. Dave Norris mistakenly takes us and the Belgian Bible Students for other… Read More Sayings about Christadelphians and Belgian Biblestudents debounced

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An attitude taken to those who attack us and other unitarians

For Christadelphians or Brothers in Christ it is important to walk in the ways Jesus Christ showed us to walk, after God.  In the Bible the word “Walk” is also used to denote our conduct in this life or our walk in life. Too many who call themselves Christian do seem to forget that. They… Read More An attitude taken to those who attack us and other unitarians

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Signs of the times – “Ukraine under pressure”

Following the annexation of Crimea in 2014 and military intervention in Ukraine, the US, the EU and other countries imposed harsh sanctions against Russia in an attempt to isolate her. Mr Putin’s government responded by imposing its own against the West. The rouble went into freefall – a combination of sanctions and cheaper oil. In… Read More Signs of the times – “Ukraine under pressure”

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Jeremy Harrison’s cycling trip for Railway Children and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust

Every year thousands of children across the UK, India and East Africa run away or are forced to leave homes that have become unbearable through poverty, abuse, violence and neglect. This year, Railway Children celebrates 20 years of fighting for children alone and at risk on the streets. During that time, they’ve reached more than… Read More Jeremy Harrison’s cycling trip for Railway Children and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust

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