The Christadelphians, or as the name implies, the Brethren of Christ (Hebrews 2:11), are
a body of people associated together by a belief in the things concerning the Kingdom of God
and the name of Jesus Christ (Acts 8:12); and by immersion into Christ (Galatians 3:27) for the
remission of sins (Acts 2:38) and identification with his resurrection (Romans 6:5).
They do not profess to have received any new revelation,
but hold that the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are able to make a person wise
unto salvation (II Timothy 3:15-17). Believing in the divine authorship of the Bible, they
think it only reasonable to reject any interpretation which fails to harmonize all the
testimonies of the Holy Scriptures; and, finding that the creeds of the various existing religious
groups are, in a great variety of ways, opposed to the direct teaching of the Bible, they
feel compelled to stand apart, making appeal in all such matters to the statements of
Scripture, and testing all teachings thereby.
They believe in the personal, visible return of Christ to the
earth, to establish his power and reign as king throughout the world, and they seek to share
this saving knowledge with others.
They offer their services in expounding the message of the Bible
without cost of any kind.
Look for Christadelphians around the world.