Unamended Christadelphians

The Unamended Christadelphians are a "fellowship" within the broader Christadelphian movement worldwide, found only in the United States and Canada. They are, like all Christadelphians, millennialist and non-Trinitarian. The term Unamended Christadelphians is not the formal name of this community but is used informally to identify the grouping since a statement of faith traditionally used by many in this community is the "Unamended Statement of Faith". Similarly, most of the much larger grouping of Amended Christadelphians traditionally use a statement of faith that has been amended and therefore, in North America is known by the prefix "Amended". Nevertheless, Christadelphians worldwide and both Amended and Unamended Christadelphians in North America share fundamentally the same doctrines, with a few exceptions.

The name Christadelphian derives from the Koine Greek meaning “Brethren of Christ”. Like all Christadelphians, The Unamended Christadelphians’ have neither formal, ordained, or paid clergy.

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Amended Christadelphians - Use of The Term
... Both "Amended" and "Unamended" are prefixes exclusive to the United States and Canada, as the issue is localised there ... The majority of Christadelphians within the US and Canada, and all Christadelphians outside of this area, are de facto Amended Christadelphians (although there are a number ... The Unamended community is confined to the US and Canada ...
Amended Christadelphians - Difference in Doctrine Between Amended and Unamended Christadelphians
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Unamended Christadelphians - Social Views
... the Father, but is of the world.”), the Unamended see the world as fundamentally evil and in contrast to God’s will ... Unamended Christadelphians recognize the world as belonging to God, and they are servants of God and Christ ... From the founding of the Christadelphians, the group have been conscientious objectors ...
Christadelphians - Organisation - Fellowships Today
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