The Christadelphian Magazine 1864-2000, on CD-ROM
All issues of the magazine, from the time it was titled The Ambassador of the Coming Age (1864-1869), and all issues of the Christadelphian (1869-2000) are included. These can be accessed by a very powerful commercial search program, and they are compatible with the material available on the Christadelphian Works volume 2 CD-ROM. Periodic updates will be made available.
Price: £58.75 (Including VAT at 17.5%)
I imagine this collection would provide a treasure trove of information about this heretical group (They deny the Trinity, both Jesus’ eternal existence and the personhood of Holy Spirit, among other things). I suspect that this wasn’t their intent though. On a related note, it would also be helpful to have access to all of the JW magazine and book resources when talking with them so perhaps Logos should come out with a Watchtower and Awake! magazine collection along with such classics as Should You Believe in the Trinity? Perhaps the Watchtower would pay to send us new issues every week ;-). I suspect though that JW’s would rather keep their historical documents “out of sight, out of mind.”
There has been debate before about Logos providing heretical and non-Christian literature in their digital library with some advocating that it should be flagged. Of course Logos cannot decide which literature to flag and which to not flag. I suspect that the Christadelphians would not be willing to make their literature available in Logos format if it was so flagged. What do you think? Should Logos stick to producing mainstream Christian materials or produce anything and everything and leave it up to their customers to discern what is heretical and should be censored and/or not purchased?