Thursday, February 19, 2015
Make Sure You're Not in Cult!
This is a video exposing the Christadelphians. I was reading more about them. They sound just like Jehovah Witnesses, they deny the divinity of Jesus Christ. The founder was John Thomas, who had false predictions which according to the bible name him as a false prophet. I don't agree with the videographer on the pre-mill Rapture of course. It looks like the Christadelphians not only deny the existence of demons but hell as well. In that, I ask myself if they are related to the Unitarians, Unitarianism began out of the roots of denying hell. I believe they may be, I found this definition of them:
"The Christadelphians are a millenarian Christian group who hold a view of Biblical Unitarianism."
The teaching of baptism regeneration doesn't surprise me, that seems to be consistent among cults such as the SDA and others.
I do believe if someone is denying demons, or hell or other plain facts of scripture they have departed from the faith. They are being influenced by cult teachers. Even if Jim Brown may not have official connection to the Christadelphians, his teachings are influenced by them.
I was going around Youtube today looking at some of their websites, here I wanted to see what they said about hell. Hmm has one of their ministries marked itself with a Horus Eye and eclipse?
Christadelphians are considered "biblical Unitarians", I was correct in surmising that there is overlap with their teachings and the Unitarian Universalist Association. For newbies to this board, before I was born again, I am not only an ex-Catholic but was in the UUA for over 12 years.