Our Objectives…

We hope that visitors to this site will benefit from the following:

- REASONS to believe in a God who created this world and is involved with the things we see happening now
- FACTS about the Bible and its content that prove its inspired by God, reliable and that its worth reading
- REVIEWS of 'original Christianity' and how it may differ from the beliefs and actions of some people today
- TOOLS to help anyone wanting to understand the Bible and to become a Christian themselves.

"Salvation is only found through Jesus Christ; in all the world there is no one else whom God has given who can save us." (Acts 4:12)

Something you need to know…

2000 years ago, Christians were a small minority sect "everywhere spoken against" (Acts 28:24). Today, Christianity has won respectability, but at a heavy price. Many of the essential beliefs of those early Christians have been lost and new ideas introduced. As a result, some people now feel that Christianity has 'lost its way'.

This website is produced by the Christadelphians (a name which means 'brothers in Christ'), who have tried to return to the beliefs and practices of the early Christians.

If you would like to know more about the Bible, what it really says, and about the faith and beliefs of the first Christians, please explore this site, or write to the address you will find on these pages.

Blog

The Falling Sky

It seems that worries that “the sky might fall on your head tomorrow” are not confined to characters such as Vitalstatistix in the comic book Asterix and the Falling Sky! Which is one reason […]

By |September 9th, 2016|In the News, Trust the Bible, Viewpoints|

Eternal life!

A remarkable discovery was recently reported in the journal Science which was welcomed by those searching for the secrets of longer life. Gliding through arctic waters was a shark that was about 400 years […]

By |August 26th, 2016|Food for Thought, Hopeful future, In the News|

Many winners!

The Olympic Games started a week ago in Brazil with the prospect of three weeks of non-stop sports coverage across the media. Even if our interest is slight, we cannot ignore the Olympics and […]

By |August 12th, 2016|A Christian life, In the News, Viewpoints|

Finding happiness

There is a book in the Bible that seems very pessimistic. Even some Bible students agree, pointing to a phrase that appears many times in the book:

“Vanity of vanities: all is vanity and […]

By |July 29th, 2016|A Christian life, Food for Thought|

Light on a New World

Volume 27 No.2
Content:
What did Jesus mean? – “I and my Father are one” || The development of the first century church (Part 19) – Letters to the Seven Churches || Evidence for Creation – […]

By |July 15th, 2016|Click&Read, Magazine|

Bible Ready Reference

The Bible is the best place to learn exactly what the first Christians were taught by Jesus, what they believed and what they then preached to others. That’s because – with the passage of […]

By |July 1st, 2016|Click&Read, What to believe|

Bible teaching about God

Most people believe that there is a supreme being and this has always been so. Primitive or isolated tribes share this belief with many different organised religions.

Surveys show that belief in a God is something built into […]

By |June 17th, 2016|Click&Read, What to believe|

Just a technical problem!

A recent editorial in the National Geographic magazine asserted:
“If you can live a few years more, there is a real chance you will never die, since mortality may just be a technical problem we […]

By |June 3rd, 2016|Food for Thought, Trust the Bible, Viewpoints|

Bible Timeline

If you study the books of the Bible carefully, you will find that about 40 different people were involved as writers. They wrote in different languages and lived in different countries – Mesopotamia (now […]

By |May 20th, 2016|Guidebook, Trust the Bible|

It’s not that simple!

Until recently nobody knew just how big a task faced a process of evolution if it was to produce even the simplest forms of life. Just how many ‘genes’ (genetic instructions) were necessary to […]