Who are the Christadelphians?
Christadelphians (the name means brothers and sisters in Christ) are a worldwide community of men and women who try to follow the teachings and example of Jesus Christ. They are united by a shared faith based on the holy scriptures, and they look forward eagerly to the completion of God’s plan for the world and mankind – the setting up of God’s kingdom when Jesus returns to the earth as God’s appointed King.
The Christadelphians became a distinct group about the middle of the mid-1800s, in the eastern United States. Since then, we have grown across the world, with communities in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, Central and South America, Africa, Eastern Europe and the Pacific Rim.
A Community of Bible Students
The Christadelphians believe that the Bible (66 books) is the inspired word of God, complete and self-sufficient to instruct us in the way of salvation. We do not believe that any Christadelphian, past or present, has received any type of special revelation. It is only through sustained and prayerful reading of the Scriptures that we come to an understanding of the purpose of God in our lives, and how He would have us conduct ourselves day to day.
- This is Your Bible.com – A site designed for English Speakers to help you further your knowledge of the Scriptures.
- La Biblia.com – A site designed for English, Spanish and Portuguese speakers containing information to help you further your knowledge of the Scriptures.
- The Christadelphian Magazine – Contains different English publications for subscription.