Author:Robert Roberts

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Robert Roberts
(1839–1898)
generally considered to have continued the work of organising and establishing the Christadelphian movement founded by Dr. John Thomas; a prolific author and the editor of The Christadelphian Magazine from 1864-98. His most famous literary work is Christendom Astray From the Bible (commonly: Christendom Astray).
Robert Roberts

Works[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Dr Thomas: His Life and Works (1873)
  • Seasons of Comfort (1879)
  • Thirteen Lectures on The Apocalypse (1880)
  • The Ways of Providence (1881)
  • The Trial (1882)
  • Christendom Astray From the Bible (1884)
  • Nazareth Revisited (1890)
  • The Law of Moses
  • My Days and My Ways
  • To the Elect of God in Times of Trouble
  • The Truth about God and the Bible
  • The Visible Hand of God

Booklets[edit]

  • The Good Confession (1869)
  • Was Jesus of Nazareth The Messiah? (The Stern debate; 1871)
  • The Slain Lamb (1873)
  • The Ecclesial Guide (1883)
  • The Christadelphian Instructor (1891)
  • The Blood of Christ (1895)
  • The Parables of Christ
  • The Sect Everywhere Spoken Against (reprint of a lecture)
  • The Commandments of Christ

Magazines[edit]

  • The Christadelphian (editor)
Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.