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.
One Sunday in our ecclesia, a brother spoke on the topic, “Fun With Genealogies.” The exhortation was rather memorable for several reasons. First, the chapter read as an introductory reading was 1 Chronicles 2 — 55 verses of names. In all the thousands of meetings I’ve attended I’ve never heard …Read more »
“Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much” (James 5:16). Introduction It is probable, if you read the title, that: 1) You expect the subject of this editorial to be a further …Read more »
We call ourselves Christadelphians. When someone unfamiliar with us first hears about us, they often say, “That’s a funny name.” We respond by asking, “Do you think that the word Philadelphia is a funny word?” No one has ever said that they did. Then we explain that the word Philadelphia …Read more »
“Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me” (Matt 25:36). After a long battle with a rare bullous lung disease Bro. William Casivant passed away on Sunday, July 21, 2013 at the John M. Reed Nursing Home …Read more »
Scriptural discipline is often a difficult topic for brothers and sisters to discuss. It brings to mind painful interactions and often strains at the very fabric of our ecclesial lives. However, as we examine Scriptural standards for ecclesial life and the real principles for discipline, it offers to significantly increase …Read more »
The apostle Peter believed in Jesus and followed him faithfully for three years, and yet at the last supper, Jesus tells him, “When thou art converted, strengthen thy brethren.” Are we converted? We certainly hope so. Peter might have thought he was converted, but clearly Jesus did not. Peter’s actions …Read more »