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" [pg.212 "The Christadelphians What they Believe and Teach" Birmingham 1986].
Dear John, thanks for the reply.
You say Christadelphians simply don’t hold the beliefs I claim. From my email you make a summary and refute those points. May I comment further?
1. Yes, I advocate the "Gospel of Grace" rather than the "Gospel of the Kingdom". There’s a difference between these and Christadelphians emphasize one, ignoring the other. You respond,
>>The "Gospel of Grace" has no contradiction with the "Gospel of the Kingdom"<<
 Gospel (good News) to Israel.
Half the contents of the Bible relate to one nation – Israel. They were in covenant with God enjoying specific promises. The Messiah [who was expected at every Passover] was to come and rule on the throne of David setting-up an earthly kingdom of splendour and power. The Jews hoped the Messiah would come and "….rescue [them] from the hand of [their] enemies" [Luke 1:74]. This was the Gospel [good news] of the kingdom to Israel (with a distinction between Jew and Gentile) [Isa.11:11-12 14:1 Zeph.3:14-15 Jer.23:5-6 16:14-15 32:37-38 Lk.1:31-33 Ac.15:14-16 Rom.11:1,11, 24-26].
 Good News to all.
When Israel rejected the Messiah the Holy Spirit turned to the Gentiles with the Gospel of God’s grace. The ‘good news’ was Christ's coming "to give [the] knowledge of SALVATION … by the remission of… SINS" [Lk.1:77]. "I declare unto you the gospel which I preached unto you, which also ye have received, and wherein ye stand … how that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures [the OT] and was buried, and rose again the third day, according to the Scriptures." [I Cor.15:1-3]
This good news of God’s grace wasn’t preached while Christ was on earth for He had not risen. The church began in Acts 2 [Mt.16:18 Eph.3:5-10] it’s message is the Gospel of Grace, NOT of the Kingdom Gospel. With no distinction between Jew and Gentile the Church is to take this message to the whole world. So to emphasize the kingdom and not the gospel is a big mistake.
The next point – 2. I exhort that Christians are saved by grace and not by works. You write,
>>there is not one Christadelphian who would claim that either you were incorrect on this point. I assure you we make no such claim. If you have found this thought in literature published in our name, then I can only suggest that it was poorly written.<<
Correct, they do not make the “claim”. But under examination it is an obvious and refutable part of their salvation doctrine. Answer me this, Can I lose my salvation? Yes or no? The Christadelphian H. Tennant wrote, "This work of salvation continues throughout the life of the disciple. He is saved finally because he has held fast to the lifeline secured in Christ