Differences between Christadelphians and other Christian churches
I believe in God, the
I believe in Jesus
Christ, his only Son, our Lord.
On the third day he rose
I believe in the Holy
We believe in one God,
We believe in one Lord,
We believe in the Holy
Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life,
‘Epitome Of The One Faith’ (Christadelphian Creed#)
One God, the Eternal Father, dwelling in heaven, in light of glory inconceivable.
One Universal irradiant spirit, by which the Father fills all and knows all, and when He wills, performs all.
One Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, begotten by the spirit, of the Virgin Mary, filled therewith at his baptism, put to death for sin, raised from the dead for righteousness, and exalted to the heavens as a Mediator between God and Man.
Man, a creature of the ground, under sentence of death because of sin, which is his great enemy – the devil.
Deliverance from death by resurrection and bodily glorification at the coming of Christ, and inheritance of the kingdom of God, offered to all men on condition.
# Perhaps termed the Christadelphian Creed and penned by Robert Roberts. This first appeared (as far as I know) in 1896. You will notice some similarity in phrases. It was included in the Bible Companion or tables. Due to some terminology I can understand it falling to disuse (maybe the capital V did it) but it is still sound in its message. Ironically, today the reading tables as printed in England are done so including a “POCKET EPITOME” of the commandments of Christ – there seems some reluctance to let go of that word entirely.