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Christadelphian Belief Comparison

Our Belief Christadelphian Belief
The Bible is the Word of God "[We] believe that the Bible (66 books) is the inspired word of God, complete and self-sufficient to instruct us in the way of salvation."- Christadelphia.org
There is one God There is one God, creator of all things.
The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are 3 in one God is the Father and the Father only. Jesus while being the son of God is strictly human and separate from God.
Man was created in the Image of God Believed to be in agreeance, however this item is unknown at the time.
Salvation is received by faith in Jesus Christ (life, death, and resurrection) and not by our works "We believe that through baptism you participate symbolically in the sacrifice and resurrection of Christ, and thereby attain forgiveness of sins. We do not believe that baptism is optional." - Christadelphia.org
All who believe in Christ become Children of God "Repentance and baptism into Christ by full immersion in water and daily following Him, are necessary for ultimate salvation." - Godsaves.co.uk
As Christians we are to abide by the standards set in the Holy Bible The Bible provides instruction on how to live our lives in a holy and righteous fashion according to the will of God.
No man can contradict/ edit the Word of God We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God, and as such is sufficicent and cannot be contradicted.

Notes: Christadelphianism holds many beliefs contrary to mainstream Christianity, including denial of the diety of Christ, stating that God created evil, denying the physical existence of Satan, and the denial of an eternal Hell.

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Last updated: August 2, 2008

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