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Christadelphians

Last Updated 16th August 2017,

 

"Christadelphians" (from the Greek words "Christo" which means Christ, and "adelphoi" meaning brethren) believe the Scriptural testimony is summarized by the Apostle Luke to be "the things concerning the kingdom of God and the name of Jesus Christ (Acts. 8:12). These two general topics are interwoven together throughout the 66 books of the Bible to give us one complete expression of God's plan and purpose for man.

The things concerning the kingdom of God are those things which the Bible teaches us that God will do to set up His rule over the earth. The things concerning the name of Jesus Christ are those things that the Bible teaches us God has done to bring salvation to mankind through Jesus Christ.

The term "Berean" identifies us as a separate group from other Christadelphians. The Apostle Peter said "But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction".

The Berean Christadelphians hold fast to the foundation principles upon which the Christadelphian movement was started in the middle 1800s. Sadly, throughout our history, we have found it necessary to withdraw from some Christadelphian groups who would not defend the foundation principles. Equally sad, other Christadelphian groups have decided to add to the original sound foundation laid down by the early brethren, demanding others to join in their additions and have refused those who would not.

Our movement is today--and by the grace of God will continue to be until Christ returns--an accurate reflection of those divine principles brought to light by the dedicated work of our pioneer brethren