Aged CD wastes an entire page of The Christadelphian Magazine saying that he doesn't understand the Internet!

Editor's Note: The Christadelphian religion continues its descent into senility with this recent 'Letters to the Editor' which consumes over a page of the of The Christadelphian Magazine. As it is subject to copyright I have restricted our use of the original to extracted quotations, but I can assure you that the rest of the letter makes no more sense than what you can read here. 

Christadelphians are WRONG! - Happy 2015 - The World is the Safest, Richest and Healthiest in History!

By Fraser Nelson     Source
Judging the world through headlines is like judging a city by spending a night in A&E – you only see the worst problems. This may have felt like the year of Ebola and Isil but in fact, objectively, 2014 has probably been the best year in history.

Take war, for example – our lives now are more peaceful than at any time known to the human species. Archaeologists believe that 15 per cent of early mankind met a violent death, a ratio not even matched by the last two world wars. Since they ended, wars have become rarer and less deadly. More British soldiers died on the first day of the Battle of the Somme than in every post-1945 conflict put together.

The End Of Swanwick Christadelphian Youth Weekends

Swanwick Conference Hall
Writing in this month's Christadelphian magazine, the secretary of Swanwick Christadelphian Youth Weekend in the United Kingdom, Tim Morgan, has announced that the event, which has been held in October since 1947, is "suspended until further notice." He explained that "falling numbers have made the event prohibitively expensive."

A Question About Divorce And Remarriage

Dear Ex-Christadelphians

I really do not know what to do. As a young divorced women am I supposed to live the rest of my life without a partner? - I don't think so!

Will Religion Ever Disappear?

By Rachel Nuwer


A growing number of people, millions worldwide, say they believe that life definitively ends at death – that there is no God, no afterlife and no divine plan. And it’s an outlook that could be gaining momentum – despite its lack of cheer. In some countries, openly acknowledged atheism has never been more popular.

Video: PZ Myers - The Conflict Between Science and Religion

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Book Review: 'The End of Biblical Studies' - Prometheus Books, 2007.

Hector Avalos, 'The End of Biblical Studies'
Reviewed by Robert M. Price


What a refreshing book! Professor Avalos questions the utility and advisability of continuing to keep the superannuated field of Biblical Studies alive in its present form: as a species of apologetics on behalf of Christianity, whether in its evangelical/apologist form or its academic/ecumenical/liberal form.