From a writing at the beginning of the 20th century If any can publicly “preach the Word”, let him go forth without stipulation and trust to the appreciation of his labours by his brethren for his expenses and support. We start on a journey of a thousand or more miles at our own risk, and… Read More Paid Hirelings
The last few months have presented many challenges and our prayers are with those around the world who are ill or lonely or suffering, the bereaved, those facing unemployment or hardship and many others affected by coronavirus. Considerable efforts to contain the outbreak continue, from governments and front line care workers to scientists searching for… Read More News from the Christadelphian Magazine Office in Birmingham for September 2020
It was really very nice to have people from different ecclesiae all over Great-Britain and Belgium joining this morning zoom-casting. It is also very nice to see that many ecclesiae are streaming their services. Some are finding it easier to meet together than they used to — with someone, maybe not local. The internet in… Read More Lovely to have so many people joining this morning service
At 11 pm on January 31 this year the United Kingdom formally left the European Union, ending an association that had lasted for almost half a century. The event was marked by an address to the nation by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, in which he expressed his hope that Britain would become “truly global in… Read More Signs of the Times – “Britain and Brexit”
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A few months ago a scientific journal, PLOS One, published a remarkable paper written by an international team of scientists – from Germany, Italy, the USA and Israel. They provided the results of their analysis of twenty-seven tin ingots (blocks) found at “well-known sites in the eastern Mediterranean Sea” – some from shipwrecks off the… Read More Signs of the times – “Cornish tin found in Israel”
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”
Much continues to happen in the political world around us, which we find fascinating. France now has a new untested and inexperienced president, who is highly popular and very eager to strengthen the European Union. Britain however has a weakened government that will struggle with the challenges of negotiating Brexit, and has to rely on… Read More An other look at the events of today by one of our magazines
In June Bro Steve Robinson brought following exhortation, As a job I work in finance and accounting. For those of you who do not know much about this work – it does involve quite a lot of judgement and what may even be called creativity. One of statements about accountants is that an answer to… Read More Reconciled and reconciliation terms very familiar to accountants
Brexit, The Bible, What next? 2 studies given at Nottingham University Recent political events in the UK have sent shockwaves around the world. The Brexit, which was unexpected by the majority of analysists and political observers, has caused so much of the turmoil we see in the political arena today. Positively re-affirming that *the most… Read More Brexit, The Bible, What next?
All brothers,sisters and friends are warmly welcomed to this exciting Gathering around the Word of Life. Although Bible prophecy can be difficult to interpret, some predictions seem clear – for example, the return of Israel to their own land (fulfilled in 1948). The Brexit vote, where Britain decided to leave the EU following a referendum,… Read More South West Wales Prophecy Day 2016 September 24
INTRODUCTION The American Bill Bryson wrote a book about his experiences in Britain called Notes from a Small Island. In it he describes an the English approach to travel: If you mention in a pub that you intend to drive from, say, Surrey to Cornwall… your companions will puff their cheeks, look knowingly at each… Read More the Bible – God’s guide for life #1 Introduction
In the United Kingdom people may find several villages and towns where there reside Christadelphians, a body of Christians who try to base their beliefs and practices wholly on the Bible, which they regard as God’s word. They try therefore to rid themselves of the various ideas and rituals which have attached themselves to Christendom… Read More The Big Conversation – Christadelphians in the United Kingdom