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And this I pray, that your love may abound yet more and more in knowledge and in all judgment; That ye may approve things that are excellent; that ye may be sincere and without offence till the day of Christ.
{Philippians 1:9-10}


We are currently re-designing the entire site! All the links should continue to work however, some pages may be in our old format while others are being changed over to our new design and layout as we continue work on the new look. We hope our the new look, and more organized layout, will make Antipas more appealing and easier to navigate. We are adding more PDF files and downloadable content as well. Please be patient, and check back regularly, as we have almost 7 thousand pages to re-design.

Any comments or concerns regarding functional problems, or the new design, are greatly appreciated! If you find a mistake (broken links, spelling errors, missing pages) please drop us an e-mail (info@antipas.org) with the page title and URL location. This can be done simply by copying and pasting the link at the top of your web browser.


As we add more to the site we are in great need of additional people to review the material. If you would be willing to proof read a chapter of two of "Dr. Thomas: His Life and Work" "Nazareth Revisited," and/or "Eureka" please let us know. Proof reading consists of matching the text of a chapter in PDF with a web copy and making any necessary corrections. It shouldn't take more than an hour or so per chapter. Proof reading is the most time consuming portion of expanding this site. Any help will be greatly appreciated.


The hymns on the site are really very beautiful, simple arrangements. They were written with singing, rather than listening, in mind. Each hymn has a (4-6 bar) musical introduction like that typically used at meeting. Pauses (or rests) were added to help with group singing.

The entire Green Hymnbook is on our site. Many thanks to Peter Clausen for sending us the Mp3 files. Simply go to the hymn and press the play button.

Want to use the hymns for meeting? The windows are set for mobile files. We suggest opening a separate page for each hymn in your browser. After the hymn is announced click on the opened page for that hymn and play.


Many thanks, to all who forward materials to us for publication. Please continue to send us information when possible. We are especially interested in original articles from Dr. Thomas and brother Roberts.

Please be aware that some areas of the site were removed or are being revised, and may be inaccessible. Some articles will not return to the site. If there is a particular article you wish to view, please contact us and we will e-mail the article.

We are aware that "Spam e-mailers" frequently use fraudulent addresses indicating Antipas as the sender. Unfortunately, we have no way to control their actions without affecting our ability to receive e-mail directed to us. Please be aware that we do not send out product information and we NEVER ask for money or personal information.