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.

Other Documents

Demons and Pigs

An account by Branson Hopkins, describing an incident where a “difficult passage” came up in a discussion group at a congregation in New Zealand.

Introduction to Phanerosis

The Early Creedal Flexibility of the Christadelphians

A description by Andrew R. Wilson of the early beginnings of the movement.

High Church Christadelphians

An article by J.J. Hadley.

Doctor Thomas on Free Enquiry and Other Matters

An article from the Fraternal Visitor, November 1894.

A List of Non-Christadelphian Doctrines

A list of non Christadelphian doctrines by those claimed as brethren in the books by Alan Eyre, by Ruth McHaffie.

How Robert Roberts Altered the Statement of Faith

An article by Stephen Cook, in reference to the “inspiration controversy” in 1884 which was a significant turning point for the movement.

A Glance at the History and Mystery of Christadelphianism

An article by David King, a contemporary of John Thomas in the American Restoration Movement.

John Thomas Rediscovered the Truth

Historical quotes from The Christadelphian magazine showing the historical Christadelphian belief the founder, John Thomas, “rediscovered the Truth.”

The Relationship of People with the Christadelphians

The results of a survey by the Lively Stones Collective completed through Web Monkey (questions here).