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       Fundamental Christadelphian 

   Beliefs of What the Bible Teaches     



  •  The Bible is God's Word and is His message to human beings. It contains God's plan and purpose and his plan of redemption for human beings. It is without error, except for copying and translation errors. (For example: 2 Timothy 3:16, Hebrews 1:1)
  • There is only one God - the Father. The Holy Spirit is God's power. (John 17:3, Luke 1:35, Deuteronomy 6:4, Matthew 10:20)
  • Jesus the Christ (Messiah) is the Son of God, and also the son of a human being, his mother Mary, so making him the Son of Man. (Luke 1:30-31, John 3:18)
  • Because of the sin of the first humans, all human beings are born with mortal bodies and with a proneness to sin (including Jesus) that separates them from God. As a result, all human beings (except Jesus), are in need of redemption from the effects of sin, and all die. After death, there is no conscious existence. (Psalm 6:5, Isaiah 38:18, Acts 2:29, 34)
  • Even though Jesus was tempted in all things like all other human beings, he lived a perfectly sinless life that culminated in his sacrificial death by crucifixion. By this means, he opened the way of salvation from death for all human beings. (Hebrews 4:15, John 3:16, I Corinthians 5:7,                I Corinthians 15:20-23)
  • Belief in God's promises and the redeeming work of Jesus, and baptism (full immersion) into his Name, are essential for salvation. Baptism into Christ results in the forgiveness of our sins and brings us into a new relationship with God and His Son. We then become potential heirs of all the good things God has promised. (Mark 16:16, Galatians 3:27-29)    
  • God raised Jesus from the dead (resurrection) to demonstrate that Death could be overcome and defeated. Jesus is currently in Heaven, on God's right hand but will one day soon return to earth to raise and judge the dead and set up the Kingdom of God here on Earth, (Acts 10:40, Romans 8:34, Acts 1:11, Daniel 2:44)
  • When Jesus returns, he will raise his"sleeping" faithful servants from the dead and bestow on them new immortal physical bodies. (I Corinthians 15:20-21)
  • His followers will then assist him in the Kingdom of God here on Earth, to bring justice, righteousness, peace, and other blessings to the whole world. (I Corinthians 15:23-26)