Introducing the Christadelphians...

20 Apr 2019

What is baptism about?

Baptism is about being ‘born again’!

John’s gospel records that Jesus met with Nicodemus, a Pharisee.  Jesus told Nicodemus:
‘Very truly I tell you, no one can see the kingdom of God unless they are born again.’  ‘How can someone be born when they are old?’ Nicodemus asked.  ‘Surely they cannot enter a second time into their mother’s womb to be born!'

2 Dec 2018

What it means to be a follower of Jesus

What it means to be a follower of Jesus

A Serious Commitment

There’s an amazing sense of urgency in the first chapter of Mark’s account of Jesus. Repeatedly we read the phase “and immediately....”  Jesus called selected men to follow him and they responded straight away without hesitation. He calls to some fishermen, they HEAR and they RESPOND. They leave their family business and straightaway follow Jesus to hear his teachings and then to start to tell others about Jesus and his message. 

28 Oct 2018

Introducing the Christadelphians

A Roman emperor intent on using religion to unify a collapsing empire, church leaders preventing people from reading the Bible, the humble printing press, and a lot of man facing bitter persecution because of their determination to seek Bible truth... they all played a part in making Christianity what it is today.

3 Oct 2018

God’s Promises to YOU

Throughout our lives we are probably all guilty of promising something and then failing to deliver. Most parents will have heard their children say: “But you promised!” at some point. One of the biggest promises people can make is the marriage vow: “until death do us part…” and yet the national divorce rate is estimated at 42%.

27 Aug 2018

The Resurrection of Jesus Christ

The resurrection morning Facts about Jesus

More evidence exists for Jesus’ life and execution than for Alexander the Great. For instance, non-Christian historians such as Josephus, Tacitus and Pliny all provide records of the man. The Jewish Talmud describes Jesus as a false prophet who was executed for blasphemy, and Thallus in AD52 recorded the events that occurred at Jesus’ death. But did Jesus subsequently rise from the dead?
Circumstantial evidence for his resurrection seems overwhelming. Everyone knew where he was buried, and the Jews had arranged for the tomb to be sealed shut to prevent the body being taken, so the religious leaders could easily have exhumed the corpse and paraded it through Jerusalem to quash the Christian’s assertion that he had risen from the dead; yet they didn’t. Roman officers in charge of the crucifixion were experts at their work, and it’s extremely unlikely they would make an error when they declared Jesus to be dead and removed his body from the cross. So why was the tomb empty?


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