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A Reading of the book ‘Eureka’ written by Christadelphian John Thomas 1805-1871

The Christadelphians (; or Christadelphianism) are a restorationist and millenarian Christian group who hold a view of biblical unitarianism.

There are approximately 70,000 Christadelphians in around 120 countries. The movement developed in the 1800’s and their only authority is the inspired scriptures of Truth (The Bible Extant)  they aim to follow it’s teachings without compromise and this separates them from other Christian denominations, it is the belief that this is the same truth (same Gospel) that was preached to Abraham and subsequently by Christ and the apostles after christ’s death and resurrection.

They dismiss outright Heaven going (the exception being Christ himself but who will return (Acts 1:11), The Trinity, the Devil or Satan as a supernatural external force, Theistic evolution and evolution, Holy Spirt gifts and other mainstream doctrines held by popular Christianity.

They do acknowledge a literal resurrection and judgement of the faithful dead upon Christ’s return to the earth at the appointed time when Christ will establish God’s Kingdom upon the earth after subduing the opposing religious and political nations (Armageddon). Leading to a time when God will be all in all’ Num 14:21 – But as truly as I live, all the earth shall be filled with the glory of the LORD.

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This is brilliant, thank you so much. I am loving it!

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