In this he found sympathy with the rapidly emerging Restoration Movement in the United States at the time. This movement sought a reform based upon the Bible alone as a sufficient guide and rejected all creeds. However, this liberality eventually led to dissent as John Thomas developed his personal beliefs and began to question mainstream orthodox Christian beliefs. The history of this process appears in the book Dr.

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Sunday School Resources Welcome to the Christadelphian Studies Website We retired our old site and re-wrote the new website from the ground up, offering you a brand new user experience. A custom made search engine has been developed, making it a breeze to find and download all the latest studies. We hope you enjoy the new the site. Cross-browser compatibility Our new site is now cross-browser compatible and runs in the following browsers: Notifications If you would like to receive emails informing you of the updates we make to this site, click here to send us an email requesting to be added to our Notifications list Touch and Mobile Device Enabled The site now supports touch enabled devices, so you can now browse the new site on your mobile device.

Sunday School Resources Sunday School resources are now available for download, to help you teach your Sunday School students, and to teach our children how to Bible mark. The Library The small collection of studies we started out with probably numbered about We have now grown to over exhortations alone. The new site, which we have built from the ground up, allows you to search the entire audio library.

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It seems that the words of Jesus took a while to have their full effect on Peter. Only when a great number of fish had been caught vv. However, Jesus has plans for these men, seeing the potential that Peter has. Forsaking all Peter left behind everything—his work, his wife unless she also followed Jesus and his home. All that must previously have meant so much to him was now gone. He had realised what really was important in life and he did something about it. Later the disciples were asked to go away across the lake in a boat so that Jesus could pray by himself in the mountains Mt.


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Coronavirus: support offered in isolation Thursday, 5th March As the current situation with Coronavirus seems to be worsening, and we are hearing of more brethren and sister having to isolate themselves to try and prevent the spread, the time seems right to remind brethren and sisters of the services that the CIL can provide to those who are in isolation. These are updated weekly and Lectures are provided each month, as well as all the articles going back nearly 20 years. Alongside this we host a vast archive of recordings of talks. To receive any of these please sign up to the Website and follow the relevant links. CIL Meet is a service which allows ecclesias to live stream meetings in a secure environment. Christadelphian Organisations will be able to securely stream their events and meetings within the brotherhood using this service. The services are provided at the request of your ecclesia, however you can access all of our material on this website, whether you are in isolation or not.


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