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Religion in the UK: Diversity, Trends and Decline

"Religion in the United Kingdom: Diversity, Trends and Decline" by Vexen Crabtree (2007)


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I stumbled across your website totally by accident when compiling a quiz for my LJ yesterday. I was amazed to find that my church "Christadelphians" were placed in your table of results in Section 8 (Diversity) as being non Christian (as the Christian majority has been removed).
Christadelphians are very much a Christian Fundamentalist religion. I just thought I would make you aware of this! Here are some links for your reference:

http://www.christadelphia.org/
http://www.christadelphianals.org/

Re: Christadelphians

Thanks for that, but, Christadelphia is different enough from mainstream Christianity to have it's own entry, in just the same as the Amish, who are also strict Biblical literalists.

Why are you a Christadelphian? Not many fundamentalist adherents are the children of similar parents, so I'm guessing you got into it somehow... how?

I do find it very strange. My mum originally was a Methodist and having studied them and also Baptists in the past, I don't think they are that different....but then I am no expert on the other two faiths.

My parents were Christadelphians and I was brought up as one. But becoming a Christadelphian is an adult decision and as you suggest many children don't get baptised as adults, but many also do. Many Christadelphian families are also interwoven as its recommended we marry within the church.

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