Christadelphianism

"Christadelphian theology is another clever impersonation of Christianity. It denies the devil's existence as a fallen angel, as well as fiery hell, the Trinity, that Jesus' sacrifice was substitutionary, and it teaches that Jesus had a sinful nature. It is definitely not Christian. Read about the Christadelphians here." - CARM

The Christadelphian sect was founded in 1838 by John Thomas, a London-born physician turned Bible teacher. Like the founders of the Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormons and Christian Scientists, Thomas believed he alone had found the truth of real Christianity. [1]

Christadelphianism teaches the same two lies as literally every cult and false religion: they deny the deity of Jesus Christ and preach a works-based salvation. [2]

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