A criticism of Stephen Palmer's talks at the Coventry Creation Day - 1

By Ken Gilmore - Source

(Editor's Note: Ken is Christadelphian Theist, NOT an Ex-Christadelphian. He does not support or condone the Atheist position of this website and we do not support or condone his Theism. Nevertheless there remains a considerable amount of agreement between us and we consider his work to be of the utmost value) 

Fifty years ago, in the wake of the excommunication of bro Ralph Lovelock over his views on how to reconcile the evidence for pre-Adamic humanity with Christadelphian theology, the then arranging brothers of Watford, his home ecclesia in their letter to The Christadelphian reminded our community that:

Video: Lawrence Krauss 'Humanist of the year' award acceptance speech - 'Learning to doubt'

Please watch from 46:30 onwards

Teaching Doubt

By Lawrence M 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.

A thorn in the side of the literal interpretation of Genesis

By Ken Gilmore
(Ken is Christadelphian Theist, NOT an Ex-Christadelphian. He does not support or condone the Atheist position of this website) 

The clash between YEC and much of modern science is an example of how shoddy exegesis creates problems that would not exist if the Bible was interpreted in context, rather than in a naive, woodenly literal way. Fundamentalist rejection of geology, biology, and cosmology are without doubt the best known examples of problems created solely by a poor approach to Biblical interpretation, but one lesser known problem is the curious belief that thorns and thistles did not exist until Adam sinned. 
 
Click here to read the rest of this article on Ken's blog

See also: 'Yet another hominid species? The fossil evidence for human evolution grows even richer.' Click here for another great article by Ken Gilmore. 

Video: Stephen Palmer warns Christadelphian young people against studying Biology, English Literature or Psychology!

Watch from 10.00 mins onwards

Video: Stephen Palmer wants Christadelphian young people banned from using social media!

Richard Cranium

I apologise for mistakenly deleting four of your comments. Please post again. - John Bedson

Professor Stephen Palmer, MA, MB, BChir, FRCP, FFPH defends Christadelphian creationism

by Credo Quia Absurdum

Christadelphians are clearly getting worried about the vocal theistic evolutionists in the community, with their new-fangled internet propaganda trying to persuade the brethren to accept evolution.

So much so that they organised a special “Creation Day” last weekend in Coventry UK, and have posted nearly 4 hours of YouTube video of the proceedings. I've only linked to one - you can easily find the other 7 on the ChristadelphianVideo YouTube channel.

The Christadelphian magazine and evolution. Part 4 - Andrew Godber


By Ken Gilmore  Source
(Ken is Christadelphian Theist, NOT an Ex-Christadelphian. He does not support or condone the Atheist position of this website) 
 
Andrew Godber's anti-evolution article [1] in the May 2015 edition of The Christadelphian takes a different approach from the previous three articles in that it does not directly attack evolution, but seeks to provide ways in which young Christadelphians can maintain their evolution denialism in the classroom.

How many Christadelphians are there?

By Credo Quia Absurdum

It turns out that there are not as many as you might think – or at least not as many as Wikipedia thinks.

The Fine Tuning of the Universe and the Kalām Cosmological Argument - Ken Gilmore raises the white flag

Source This is a short extract from the article. Emphasis (underlining) by John Bedson.
 
By Ken Gilmore
(Ken is a Christadelphian Theist, NOT an Ex-Christadelphian Atheist. He does NOT support or condone the Atheist position of this website.)
 
Cosmologist and non-theist Sean Carroll has recently featured a guest post from Don Page, a leading expert in cosmology and theoretical gravitational physics who is also an evangelical Christian.


American Christianity in sharp decline

The Christian share of the U.S. population is declining, while the number of U.S. adults who do not identify with any organized religion is growing, according to an extensive new survey by the Pew Research Center. Moreover, these changes are taking place across the religious landscape, affecting all regions of the country and many demographic groups.

Click here to read the rest of this article

Copy of a letter to the editors of The Christadelphian magazine from Christadelphian Ken Gilmore



By Ken Gilmore    SourceAlso here.

Dear bro. Andrew   

Greetings in the Hope of Israel. I have read with increasing dismay and frustration the ongoing series of articles published in The Christadelphian on special creation, particularly those from the February 2015 issue onwards which specifically attack evolutionary biology.

Anonymous comments

Anonymous comments will not be published. Anyone can comment and remain anonymous by adopting a pseudonym. Please use the drop down menu at the comment box and choose "Name/Url" where it will give you the option to insert your real name, or a pseudonym.

Copy of a letter to the editors of The Christadelphian magazine from Christadelphian Mike Pearson

By Mike Pearson
(Mike Pearson is a Christadelphian, NOT an Ex-Christadelphian)

Source

Dear Brethren     Greetings in Jesus’ name.

I’m writing in regard to the article entitled “Evolution, Education and the Believer” in the May edition of The Christadelphian magazine.

Steve Pryde exposes the Berea-Portal forum

Berea-Portal is a mysterious and
secretive Christadelphian fellowship
who believe in Evolution
By Steve Pryde

As someone who was "on the inside" on the private BEREA forums for a while, and was a relatively active discussion participant, I'll just say that you're not really missing anything.