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.

About the Links Section

The guiding principle of this site is to aid research, so the sites listed are far from being a complete listing of all Christadelphian sites.  They are also extremely diverse.  So some are written by theists, others by atheists.  They do not in any way therefore represent my personal views.  Nor is my aim to act as a censor and the listing of any sites is not to aid any agendas they may have.  The aim is to give readers enough information to make balanced assessments themselves.

I have added RECOMMENDED!! tags to some pages.  These are to aid folk in quickly identifying those sites that are the best and most likely to give useful information.  It also seeks to reward those sites which have put a lot of effort into researching their material, add substantive material or add to the ongoing discussions and debates.  These can be either for newcomers, Christadelphians or former Christadelphians.

Few of the Christadelphian sites that are recommended represent historical Christadelphian positions.  The reason for that is most lack depth.  The Antipas site is by a minority Christadelphian fellowship and gets one because it fairly represents historical Christadelphian beliefs and attitudes and is therefore authentic.  The pioneer Christadelphian writings have original thought which is lacked by most Christadelphian sites and writings today which are bland in comparison.  Most have not made serious efforts to address current issues either which suggests that it is not easily done.  The ones that do make useful additions to the debate are therefore on the liberal/ heretical wing of Christadelphia.  I would like to see more conservative sites make serious efforts to answer the issues this site and others raise and if they do they will be added.

If you would like a link added please email me giving details of why you believe it would be relevant.