As we said in the beginning, Christadelphians believe that the Bible consists of two general themes, intimately woven together in every book and in every thought. Therefore, Christadelphians teach:
XVII.--That the Gospel consists of "The things concerning the Kingdom of God and the Name of Jesus Christ."
The things concerning the Kingdom of God are those things relevant to His plan and purpose for the earth: and those things concerning the Name of Jesus Christ concern God's plan for the salvation of mankind. While both thoughts are inseparably joined together, to this point, we have concerned ourselves mostly with the things Christadelphians believe concerning the name of Jesus Christ. Now we will turn our attention more toward the things concerning the Kingdom of God.
XVIII.--That the "Things of the Kingdom of God" are the facts testified concerning the Kingdom of God in the writings of the prophets and apostles, and definable as in the next 12 paragraphs. (By paragraphs, we mean the next 12 embolden paragraphs in the Statement of Faith.)