Thursday, 7 February 2013

The Agora — a meeting place for Bible students

For a long time the Agora has been the exclusive place for Christadelphians to find Christadelphian writings.

Now everybody can come and visit the Agora — a meeting place for Bible students, containing the writings of George Booker and many other Christadelphians.
English: Christadelphian Hall - Park Street Th...
English: Christadelphian Hall - Park Street The name "Christadelphian" means "Brethren in Christ". Christadelphians are located throughout the world. Like the early Christians, they meet in homes, rented rooms, and as in this case, their own halls. They are a lay community and Members of each congregation are addressed as "Brother" or "Sister". (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


In the Greek of the New Testament, the agora was the marketplace, the place of public assembly, the center of community life. It was the place where people met and greeted one another, where children played. It was the place where news was circulated, where ideas were exchanged, and where the gospel of Christ was first proclaimed. (The “forum” was the Latin equivalent of the Greek agora).

In the Christadelphian Market Place every interested Bible-student shall be able to find an incredible amount of information, a treasure of Bible studies. You shall be able to find

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