An exhaustive and authoritative investigation into the Christadelphians with links from their own sources as well as insights from former members. Complete examination of their history, organisation, theology, practices, and the challenges they face.

The Authority of the Bible


CHAPTER 1:  Infallibility of the Bible

How do Christadelphians view the Bible and what do the beliefs in the inspiration and infallibility of the Bible involve?  What difficulties does this idea present when we read the Bible for ourselves?  A basic consideration of the topic underlying the idea of “the authority of the Bible”?

CHAPTER 2:  The Bible Alone and First Century Christianity

Did the early Christians follow the idea of the Bible alone, or is it a later idea?

CHAPTER 3:  The Formation of the Canon of Scripture

The Bible was not written as one book.  It is a set of 66 books in 2 libraries.  Who decided which books were the ones to include?

CHAPTER 4:  The Availability of the Bible

Having an infallible, authoritative book is only of value if it is accessible to people.  A look at the diffciulties and obstacles that limited the availability of the Bible

CHAPTER 5:  The Protestant Reformation and the Bible

A look at the significance of the Protestant Reformation and how it changed the way people viewed the centrality of the Bible to their faith.

CHAPTER 6:  The Question of Semantics

The semantic pragmatics of language considered.