The Beliefs of the Berean Christadelphians

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Reject: That the Bible is only partly the work of inspiration--or if wholly so, contains errors which inspiration has allowed.

Reject: That God is three persons.

Reject: That the Son of God was co-eternal with the Father.

Reject: That Christ was born with a 'free life.'

Reject: That Christ's nature was immaculate.

Reject: That the Holy Spirit is a person distinct from the Father.

Reject: That man has an immortal soul.

Reject: That man consciously exists in death.

Reject: That the wicked will suffer eternal torture in hell.

Reject: That the righteous will ascend to the kingdoms beyond the skies when they die.

Reject: That the devil is a supernatural being.

Reject: That the Kingdom of God is 'the church.'

Reject: That the Gospel is the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ merely.

Reject: That Christ will not come till the close of the thousand years.

Reject: That the tribunal of Christ, when he comes, is not for judgement of saints, but merely to divide among them different degrees of reward.

Reject: That the resurrection is confined to the faithful.

Reject: That the dead rise in an immortal state.

Reject: That the subject-nations of the thousand years are immortal.

Reject: That the Law of Moses is binding on believers of the Gospel.

Reject: That the observance of Sunday is a matter of duty.

Reject: That baby sprinkling is a doctrine of Scripture.

Reject: That 'heathens,' idiots, pagans, and very young children will be saved.

Reject: That man can be saved by morality or sincerity, without the Gospel.

Reject: That the Gospel alone will save, without obedience to Christ's commandments.

Reject: That a man cannot believe without possessing the Spirit of God.

Reject: That men are predestined to salvation unconditionally.

Reject: That there is no sin in the flesh.

Reject: That Joseph was the actual father of Jesus.

Reject: That the earth will be destroyed.

Reject: That baptism is not necessary to salvation.

Reject: That a knowledge of the Truth is not necessary to make baptism valid.

Reject: That some meats are to be refused on the score of uncleanness.

Reject: That the English are the ten tribes of Israel, whose prosperity is a fulfillment of the promises made concerning Ephraim.

Reject: That marriage with an unbeliever is lawful.

Reject: That we are at liberty to serve in the army, or as police constables* , take part in politics, or recover debts by legal coercion. * "or as police constables" was added in 1917.

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