Claiming to base their beliefs solely on the Bible, Christadelphians differ from mainstream Christianity in a number of doctrinal areas. For example, they reject the Trinity and the immortality of the soul, believing these to be corruptions of original Christian teaching. They were initially found predominantly in the developed English-speaking world, but expanded in developing countries after the Second World War. Congregations are traditionally referred to as ‘ecclesias’ and would not use the word ‘church’ due to its association with mainstream Christianity, although today it is more acceptable!!
The only real reason not a lot of people deal with Christadelphians is that most of us don’t know anything about them. Anonymity means you don’t get a month long series from me, explaining where, why and how you’re a heretic.
Over the years, you’ve attempted to put track backs on some of my blog posts. I just delete those.
If you keep it up, I’m going to end up looking up what you believe. I already know you seem to be pretty much in some way related to Jehovah’s Witnesses, because my articles on Pastor Russell and his connection to Seventh Day Adventism get a LOT of attention from you.
It’s like the church of Christ guy who kept putting long articles in my comment forms on why you can’t be saved unless you’re baptized. He did it so often and got on my nerves so much…
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