did Jesus achieve by dying on a cross? Crucifixion was terrible torturous agony
– a cruel punishment devised for criminals. It was inflicted on Jesus Christ.
He was nailed, hands and feet, to a cross. What were his intentions? What did
he expect to achieve by crucifixion?
did Jesus achieve by dying on the cross"
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Crawford posted a critique of the book "What They Said Would Happen" on the
internet in late 2004. This critique raises a number of questions as to
credibility and you are invited to read his article and then examine our
response carefully. Follow this link to read
To read the online reply to Aleck Crawford's critique on the book
"What They said Would Happen" <click here
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Reply to Aleck Crawford's Critique of the book
"What They Said Would Happen"
Astray from the Bible
They Said Would Happen -
Christadelphian Predictions Exposed
to Examine a Religion that Claims to be Christian
the Real JESUS
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an advertisement in The Advertiser the editor of INVESTIGATOR Magazine hosted a
written Bible debate. Seven debators participated.
This article contains the exchange between John Hutchinson (Baptist) and Jim
To find out how the Christadelphian teaching contradicts the Bible (and even
their own teaching at times)
read the complete transcript
online , <click here
Word V's Christadelphian Teaching
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1921 Mr Walter Marks MHR addressed the Federal Parliament of Australia with his
(Christadelphian) beliefs, based on C.P. Wauchope s predictions - a leading
Christadelphian lecturer. Marks stated that Armageddon would occur in 1934, and
that Christ would return that same year, dressed in the tattered robe of a
To read the transcript of this speech in its entirety, along with comments by
the Author of What They Said Would Happen, <click
Further Reply to Aleck Crawford
a further reply in a continuing conversation with Aleck Crawford
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