EJK, I can see you're going to draw me out by not responding and talking like you know something about Christadelphians. Thing is, you don't know all that much about them. I was a lifelong charismatic, who then became a Baptist; but still I was not happy with my understanding of the gospel. I prayed for a better understanding and I got it when I found a copy of Christendom Astray, written by Robert Roberts who was equally influential with John Thomas among the Christadelphians. (Also Jay-Jay Armstrong) Christadelphians are actually not a 'John Thomas' sect but were put together from a rag-tag group of Bible students left over from various early Baptist type groups who believed in freedom of belief. These were true conscientious objectors cruelly labeled unpatriotic by their fellow Americans and banded together, so that they could obtain permission from the government not to fight. Nevertheless some people do claim they are John Thomas sect, though this is not at all true. He would be honored, by the way, to know that in England his name is synonymous with the word 'Cock'. "You can suck my John Thomas." After all its only fitting, since Jesus his Lord taught that "Anything spoken against the son of man shall be forgiven." John Thomas would of thought of it as being crucified upside down, so it would kind of cool to him. I'm not a Christadelphian by any stretch of the imagination, although for a time I did study with them, passed their miniature Bet-din-thingy. They were like a waypoint on my way to wherever it is I'm going, like a well of water for a thirsty man. It is too bad that I could not repay them for kindness to a man who could never offer them anything while he was with them. These people took me in, an unfriendly, difficult man. They tried to be like family to me, and they are really nice people. I had to leave, because I came to understand that communion has to be open. If you'd like, then I will be happy to show you how 'God manifestation' is in the Bible. I won't suggest that you belong with Christadelphians, but I will suggest that all believers belong together, trinity or not, annihilation-ism or not. That is the best God-manifestation that Christians could ever hope to attain.