By their very nature Christadelphians do not seek fame, and would be suspicious of any among their number who became 'famous'. They do not enter politcs and on the whole reject prevailing cultural norms. There tend to be famous ex-Christadelphians. Alan Paton, author of 'Cry, the Beloved Country', was raised a Christadelphian. Matt Collishaw, the most notrious of the notorious Young British Artists (YBAs) that reshaped the art world in the 1990s was also raised a Christadelphian.