Christadelphian Studies

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Christadelphian Studies

Mobile friendly

Welcome to the Christadelphian Studies Website

We retired our old site and re-wrote the new website from the ground up, offering you a brand new user experience. A custom made search engine has been developed, making it a breeze to find and download all the latest studies. We hope you enjoy the new the site.

Cross-browser compatibility

Our new site is now cross-browser compatible and runs in the following browsers:


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Touch and Mobile Device Enabled

The site now supports touch enabled devices, so you can now browse the new site on your mobile device.

Sunday School Resources

Sunday School resources are now available for download, to help you teach your Sunday School students, and to teach our children how to Bible mark. Currently we are working our way through resources for Stage One of the CSSS notes.

Audio Library

The Library

The small collection of studies we started out with probably numbered about 30. We have now grown to over 250 exhortations alone. The new site, which we have built from the ground up, allows you to search the entire audio library. We hope you enjoy using it.


Watchman Magazine

The Christadelphian Watchman Magazine is published bi-monthly, and is designed to provide pioneer based Biblical exposition and exhortation in these last days. Email us if you would like a subscription!


Bible Marking/Study Notes

A collection of study notes will God Willing soon be made available. We plan to make them searchable and downloadable in pdf format.  Watch this space!

Who Are We?

Tim Bailye and Simeon Hunter.  We are both Christadelphians or Brethren in Christ, who live in Perth, Western Australia.  We decided to build this site because we felt it would be good to share the Pioneer Based Studies Classes and Resources that we have accumulated and found so useful ourselves..... That was 2005