New book, video and genetic evidence proves Bible prophecy wrong about the Jews

By John Bedson

The Invention of the Jewish People authored by Shlomo Sand, professor of History at Tel Aviv University, debunks one of the central myths of the Christadelphians - that the preservation of the Jewish people through history and their recent return to Israel is evidence of the existence of God and of his ability to inspire the Biblical prophets to accurately predict the future.

New Book by Jerry Coyne: Faith vs Fact - Plus Jerry Coyne video on the same subject

By John Bedson

In this new book, released May 2015, New York Times bestselling author Jerry Coyne, author of 'Why Evolution is True', explains why attempts to make religion compatible with science are futile. The book strikes at the heart of attempts by Christadelphians Ken Gilmore, Dave Burke, David Brown and others to try to reconcile modern scientific discovery and thinking with a belief in God and the Bible.

Trapped in the Christadelphian web

Are YOU trapped in the
Christadelphian web?
By John Bedson

I thought that Joe's comment (click here) was an excellent description of the plight of many Christadelphians. 
".... by the time it has dawned on them that it is a load of nonsense it is too late; they are in the web and can't get out.
The overwhelming majority of Christadelphians are not converted; they are born, bred and conditioned into belief in the religion. The same is true of all faith based religions.

Chemists claim to have solved riddle of how life began on Earth

A team of chemists working at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, at Cambridge in the UK believes they have solved the mystery of how it was possible for life to begin on Earth over four billion years ago.

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Teaching Doubt

By Lawrence Krauss

Last month, Scott Walker, the governor of Wisconsin and a presumed Presidential candidate, delivered an address at Chatham House, an international-affairs think tank in London. For Walker, the point of the address was to bolster his foreign-policy credentials. That’s probably why the last question—“Are you comfortable with the idea of evolution?”—took him by surprise. “I’m going to punt on that one,” he said.

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Thanks to Ken Gilmore

Ken: Thanks for explaining at B-P that Paulkovich's article has no merit. I have removed it.

Will Christadelphians/Evangelicals Ever Learn To Embrace Evolution?

By Neil Carter
(Thanks to Ken Gilmore for finding this excellent article.)

In the late summer of 2012, I was teaching a 7th grade World History class when I ran into a snag at the very beginning of the school year. Our state educational standards called for me to briefly discuss how scientists determine the dates of early human communities as well as how they trace “early hominid evolution in Africa from the Australopithecines to Homo erectus.”

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Why bother?

Hi to the Ex-Christadelphian group:
I married a lady who became a Christadelphian after we were wed two years. Being something of a liberal free thinker and an Atheist I have supported her in her beliefs out of respect and she took our kids to Bible schools and Sunday school and generally raised our kids in the system. 

Noah's Flood - Fact or Fiction?

By Steve Pryde

Do you believe in Noah's flood as a historical event? Do you believe the flood was global, or local? Have you considered the evidence from all sides of the question? Perhaps there is a viewpoint you haven't considered. Today I'm going to look at some of the evidence for the various viewpoints and hopefully give you plenty to think about.
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