Freedom for Elephants and Black African Christadelphians

By Balenga Ebengo
A Christadelphian in DR Congo
And Mbalanga Francis in Zambia

Dear Mbalanga

I am only very happy to hear from you. I know you are African and would like the African improvement in economy and freedom. I am going well with all my family here in Baraka. May I know about the process of joining the Ex-Christadelphians?


CBM threatened to "close down" an ecclesia in Africa

Can you find the CBM Christadelphian
in this picture?
By John Bedson

"The next ecclesia had severe problems, theft of money, immoral behaviour, and a split amongst the brotherhood existed that led to shouting and recriminations between two groups. There had been threats of violence to brothers, and the number of members had dropped from 80 to 17 as members drifted away from the unhealthy situation. An ecclesial business meeting was held and a new Rec Bro chosen. A warning was given by CBM that unless a radical change of behaviour was seen during the next year then the ecclesia would be closed down..."

Christadelphian slavery supporter predicted that Christ would return in 1866

The founder of the Christadelphian
religion opposed the freeing of
black African slaves in the US
In Matthew 7:24 Christ exhorted his followers in a parable that described the wisdom of building a house on a foundation of rock and not on a foundation of sand.

The Christadelphian house is a religion constructed on the foundation of the teachings of Dr John Thomas; a medical doctor who lived in various parts of the United States prior to the American Civil War. These teachings were the result of a long period of sixteen years in which he evolved and changed his interpretation of the Bible until he arrived at an explanation that he thought was the truth.

There is no reliable way in which we can test much of the accuracy of Thomas's interpretation of Scripture. If he is wrong we will never know because we will stay in our graves until the end of the Universe and never be resurrected. If he is right we will be raised to the judgement seat of Christ and some will be rewarded, while Atheists like me will be given a hard time.

The "King of the South" to become "The King of the North"

By John Bedson


The Christadelphian prophets have once again been wrong footed as modern day events turn out to be completely different to their predictions based on false Bible prophecy.

A Black African Christadelphian resigns saying "Better me die free!"

"Don't be shocked when I tell
you that I was in prison, 
'cause you are still in prison."
- Malcolm X
By Anthony Balyedhusa    
Uganda Africa

Dear Wilbur (An African Berean Christadelphian representative)

We have for long kept your Lumpenary ways and now I have eye openers. As such I am resigning from the Berean slavery and moving on to no need of you. I ask you to resign like me and be free of human rules.

Emma and John I am very poor. But I am tired of being fooled! We are in pockets, bags and files.

Better me die free!

Some questions from an African Christadelphian Recording Brother

By Balenga Ebengo
CBM Baraka-Centre ecclesia

DR Congo

Dear brothers,

My name is Balenga Ebengo, from the DR Congo. I am Christadelphian (CBM), chairman of one ecclesia here in Baraka, East of the DR Congo.

I am so surprised at your organisation. When you call yourselves Ex-Christadelphians, I do not see any importance for this change. In what do you believe? When I tried to visit your website, there are comments say you accept White, Black, Gay, Divorced, ... I think your faith becomes more and more dangerous because it is against the Bible basics. The Bible says, "you must reject men who have sex with men". I can call you to come once more in CBM.

White Christadelphian Racism - What do African Christadelphians make of this?


Christadelphian Jim Cowie speaking at
Rugby Christadelphian ecclesia in the United Kingdom