Welcome to the Web Edition of the Christadelphian Tidings of the Kingdom of God magazine. This site represents the third major upgrade to the Tidings’ site since it first went live in 1998. Today, the site has past articles dating from December 1998. Ultimately, the site will include access to all past Tidings’ articles dating back a number of decades. The Web Edition is published on or around the 15th of the month. Readers of the Web Edition can read and print current and past articles, search articles for specific phrases and words, subscribe and renew subscriptions to the print version, subscribe to a daily Bible reading email, and order books published by the magazine.
An ancient Chinese proverb says, “If you won’t want anyone to know, don’t do it.” Most of us have done something that we do not want others to know about. Little children may sneak that cookie before dinner, older children may accidentally break something while roughhousing and hide the evidence, …Read more »
The first disciples of Jesus enjoyed the unique benefit of being directly taught by the Master Teacher for a period of three and a half years. What a privilege it must have been to have access to the skilled and perceptive teaching of the Son of God. Yet despite this …Read more »
One of the things that really impressed me when I was introduced to the Christadelphians over 30 years ago, was the fact that this group of men and women had been held together for over 150 years, not by a institutionalized type of religion, but by a common bond as …Read more »
The motivation that we must all share is to restore In our last article, we looked at the power of our Lord, as manifested in how he works with those who are unwilling to repent of sins unto death. We do not simply “throw the problem over the wall” when …Read more »
God’s help to Lystra Paul went to Lystra, Timothy’s hometown, during his first missionary journey. As he prepared to leave, Paul told the members of Timothy’s ecclesia: “We must through much tribulation enter into the kingdom of God” (Acts 14:22). Paul’s message is quite different from the “prosperity gospel” preached …Read more »
Seventy-seven times When Lamech says, “If Cain is avenged seven times…” he is not referring to the number of times Cain was avenged, since one can only be avenged once, but rather the generation in which Cain was avenged. That generation was the seventh generation, for it is the generation …Read more »