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22nd Theological Conference


Are you looking to meet others of like precious faith? Cheap Jerseys free shipping Do you want to know what theological developments are afoot in the movement? Are you interested in stimulating conversation with other bible-minded people? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions then you should come to this year’s Theological Conference held near Atlanta, Georgia. Here’s the official invitation from Anthony Buzzard:

Once again we urge all of our readers to join us in beautiful Georgia (the weather is spectacular in May) for the 22nd annual Theological Conference. Do not be alarmed at that particular title. This is a gathering of fellow biblical unitarian and Gospel of the Kingdom believers, many of whom will not before have encountered each other face to face. These are Christians of the “radical reformation” belief system. Your presence there, and your personal faith story, have provided the highlights of this event for the past 22 years. You will bless others immensely by your presence at this conference. There will be more formal presentations to instruct and encourage. We plan to have Kermit Zarley with us, author of the significant book on The Restitution of Jesus Christ. I am hoping that he will share his very interesting insights on prophecy. We are hoping that Ray Faircloth of the extensive website biblicaltruthseekers.co.uk will be with us. We hope for updates on the growing number of scattered brothers and sisters who are now in contact with each other, thanks to the tireless work of Robin Todd. If there is a demand for this, we will offer a post-conference two-day extra Bible instruction with Anthony. Just let us know at 800-347-4261, please, if this would be of interest to any of you.

To register for the conference please call Atlanta Bible College at 800-347-4261 or print and mail this form by April 19. The non-refundable deposit is $50 per individual or couple.

If you are coming this year, please drop a comment below.

8 Responses to “22nd Theological Conference”

  1. on 01 May 2013 at 4:29 pmSean

    Looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow at the Theological Conference in Atlanta!

  2. on 01 May 2013 at 9:12 pmXavier

    Look forward to your prez.

  3. on 02 May 2013 at 7:49 pmSean

    click here to access the live webcast

  4. on 05 May 2013 at 3:55 pmDoubting Thomas

    I hope that everyone had a good time at the conference… 🙂

  5. on 06 May 2013 at 11:49 amXavier


    Depends, its like beauty. 🙂

  6. on 07 May 2013 at 6:38 amWolfgang

    will there be an opportunity to listen to or get the notes of some of the presentations at the conference here ? As some might guess, I would be interested in learning more about two presentations which concerned topics and matters we have discussed previously:
    (a) “An Inquiry into the Identity and Meaning of the Devil and Demons”
    (b) “Did Jesus Say He Would Return Soon?”

    Did the presenters provide detailed studies evaluating various possible understandings of certain scripture passages ? or did they more or less list verses with related words or relating some other way to the topic and then use these to “prove” their particular understanding (without taking possible different understandings into consideration ) ?

  7. on 07 May 2013 at 11:48 amSheryl

    I was really hoping it would work out that I could attend the conference but God has other plans for me at this time. I am also hoping that the conferences will be quickly uploaded to the Christian Monotheism site (click on the link at the top to the right) as they have been from past conferences. How invaluable the teachings have been for me this past year as my faith has been renewed and solidified. No longer am I comfortable with the dogma of humans….but rather rely on scripture, even if my beliefs are not now in line with almost every other person I know. It’s refreshing to know that we are all here searching for the truths in God’s word and not trying to ram some long-held cherished belief down others’ throats. I really feel like the “teachers” here are humbly suggesting interpretations instead of pridefully insisting “I am right!” In this way I believe we all are participating in a form of unity that our Lord wants for us as his church body.

  8. on 07 May 2013 at 3:24 pmXavier


    There’s always next year.

    The presentations will be uploaded to 21stcr.org at a future date. Keep it tuned there.


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