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.

Promises

A God of love?

By |December 23rd, 2016|

Although we might often worry about our civilisation’s potential to destroy the planet (see: The most dangerous moment), we easily forget that the planet also has an untamed ability to destroy civilisation too. For example, […]

Eternal life!

By |August 26th, 2016|

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 […]

A very heavy stone!!

By |August 21st, 2015|

If a person was born in Jerusalem, should that person be allowed to list his or her birthplace as “Israel?” You would think that the answer to that question would be an obvious and […]