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12; 13; 15; 17; 22; etc) as well as the Promises made to David (2 Sam.
7) - also called the "Everlasting Covenant", and what the Apostle Paul summarized as ".
The movement was founded by physician John Thomas (1805-1871) who had left the Disciples of Christ in 1844, because of a number of theological disagreements.
He started a periodical that same year, called "The Herald of the Future Age".
Some conservative Christians in the Counter-Cult Movement (CCM) consider the Christadelphians to be a cult.
Our primary purpose is to assist those seeking information in relation to "The Things Concerning the Kingdom of God and the Name of Jesus Christ" as revealed in the entirety of Scripture and that which was believed, taught and practiced by the Apostles.
as revealed in what is known as the Holy Scriptures or The Bible.
Religious liberals, academic researchers, and others consider them a new religious movement.
Their theological beliefs are much closer to those of the original Christian movement -- the Jewish Christian church founded by Jesus' followers and centered in Jerusalem under the leadership of James -- than it is to most current Christian faith groups.