/ (ˌkrɪstəˈdɛlfɪən) /
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a member of a Christian millenarian sect founded in the US about 1848, holding that only the just will enter eternal life, that the wicked will be annihilated, and that the ignorant, the unconverted, and infants will not be raised from the dead
of or relating to this body or its beliefs and practices
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“Evoke” and “invoke” both derive from the same Latin root “vocāre.”
Word Origin for Christadelphian
C19: from Late Greek khristadelphos, from khristos Christ + adelphos brother
Words nearby Christadelphian
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How to use Christadelphian in a sentence
A monthly magazine, The Christadelphian, is published in Birmingham.