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A small Christian sect founded in the United States c. 1845, the Christadelphians were originally called Thomasites after their founder, John Thomas (1805 - 71). Rejecting all doctrinal development, they claim to return to biblical belief and practice. They do not believe in the Trinity, but awaited the Second Coming of Christ and his establishment of a theocracy centered in Jerusalem; only those who believe in the gospel will become immortal. There is no central organization of clergy; it is therefore difficult to ascertain membership.

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