January’s issue of The Christadelphian

The January issue, published on December 21, 2018, commences with a New Year Editorial encouraging us to consider what pleases God, followed by two pages of “Letters to the Editor”. “Sunday Morning” focuses appropriately on “beginnings” – the book of Genesis. In the “Exposition” section we conclude Brother Paul Aston’s helpful series, “In the Volume… Read More January’s issue of The Christadelphian

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Signs of the times – “An object of scorn and ridicule”

International Holocaust Remembrance Day is held every year on January 27, chosen because on that day in 1945 the Nazis’ largest concentration and death camp, Auschwitz–Birkenau, was liberated by the Red Army. This year, around that date, there were a number of articles in the press commenting on the ongoing problem of anti-Semitism today, most… Read More Signs of the times – “An object of scorn and ridicule”

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Religious Practices around the world

Religious Practices around the world, Compiled and Explained – posted by Andy Rau — How many Christians–or Hindus, or Muslims, or Buddhists–are there in the world?  What country contains the highest percentage of atheists?   What and where are the largest churches in the world? All of these questions and hundreds of others are answered at adherents.org[1],… Read More Religious Practices around the world

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