Christadelphians invite everyone to pursue a path through the Word of God whilst examining their faith. Some parts of the journey will be over familiar ground to anyone acquainted with the 20th century world and even more so if there is also some knowledge of the Bible.

The Christadelphian community has borne its name Christadelphian since the latter half of the 19th century. The name is intended to cover three words, ‘brethren in Christ’. Christadelphians are to be found in countries all over the world. They are bound together by a common faith in the Gospel preached by Christ and his apostles in the first centuary. It was this faith and its appeal to men and women from all walks of life which brought the community into existence.

Christadelphians do not believe that any of their members, past or present, have received any special revelation direct from God. For reasons that will become more apparent as one learns about Christadelphians and their beliefs, the Christadelphian faith rests squarely and soley on the Bible as the Word of God.

From time to time some individual members have set forth in writing the content of their common faith for the benefit of any who would care to ponder its truth. One of the earliest books of its kind is Elpis Israel (the Hope of Israel) by John Thomas. It was followed 20 years later by Chistendom Astray, written by Robert Roberts who became well-known as Editor of the community magazine, The Christadelphian. A later editor, John Carter produced God’s Way, which appeared after the Second World War. All these books are still available.

It is the objective of the Christadelphians to give honour to God alone and to demonstrate the reasonableness of their faith based on Scripture. It is a faith that works, is sound and is based on a sure foundation.

In a book by Harry Tennant, a Christadelphian, is set out a detailed representation of the beliefs and convictions of the faith. The book covers a number of fundamental doctrines. We encourage you to read the pages on this site in conjunction with your Bible.

The Christadelphian Statement of Faith

The Christadelphian Statement of Faith outlines the beliefs and doctrines that Christadelphians and the ACBM uphold.