To find out where Christadelphians are active in other parts of the UK, URLs for their web sites and information about some of their planned events,

visit
http://ukchristadelphians.org.uk/
or
www.thechristadelphians.org.uk
for a more detailed site.

For other parts of the world
visit
www.christadelphia.org
or
www.thechristadelphians.org

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To search a significant number of other Christadelphian web sites,
visit
http://www.google.com/coop/cse?cx=009165035647258732584%3A_eharx7be14&hl=en

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For video clips featuring expert opinions on the reliability of the Bible
see
Bible4Life Films

For a Christadelphian site which looks at the news as it fulfils Bible
prophecy, visit the online version of The Bible Magazine ,
http://www.biblemagazine.com

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For the online version of Glad Tidings, a Christadelphian magazine explaining Bible teaching in simple terms,
visit
http://www.gladtidingsmagazine.com/

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For a site which offers Bible courses, downloadable literature and comments on current affairs in the light of Bible teaching,
visit
http://www.thisisyourbible.com

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http://www.lifes-big-questions.org
tries to show the answers contained in the Bible for many of life's big questions.

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The Bible Exhibition now has its own website,
www.thebibleexhibition.org

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For a site which examines Bible teaching and its relevance for us today
visit
http://www.one-gospel.org

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For a challenge to examine some arresting ideas in the light of Bible teaching
visit
http://www.theevidence.org.uk

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To download a free copy of OnLine Bible, which includes not only the text of the whole Bible (in several versions if you wish), but also optional extras such as Strong’s Analytical Concordance (to help you find your way around the Bible), Hebrew and Greek Lexicons (to explain the significance of the original Hebrew and Greek words from which the text was translated) and The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge (comprehensive cross-references to link words, ideas, events and people across the pages of Scripture),
visit
http://www.onlinebible.org/
(European site)
or
http://www.onlinebible.net/
(North American site)

Now available - Tyndale’s New Testament, the first complete New Testament in English translated from the original language. Wycliffe’s prior translation was principally from the Latin, and therefore a translation of a translation.

Also available are some modern versions for which royalties must be paid.

We have no connection with this organisation, but have found the versions and tools they supply to be of considerable benefit and have no hesitation in recommending them, especially for personal Bible study. Caution should be exercised with some of the opinions expressed, however, and comparison should be made with the Bible itself.

Similar facilities are available from
http://bibledatabase.com
and
http://www.e-sword.net

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