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see creedcreed
[Lat. credo=I believe], summary of basic doctrines of faith. The following are historically important Christian creeds.

1 The Nicene Creed, beginning, "I believe in one God the Father Almighty, maker of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and
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The 39 articles were originally published in Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research.
This collection of 39 articles that work as integrated chapters significantly expand our understanding of the relationship between the brain and behavior.
The author writes: "The Queen clearly has decided to continue disregarding her Coronation Oath, the Bill of Rights, Acts of Settlement, 39 Articles, Westminster Confession, something she has increasingly done throughout her reign.
Wesley selected 24 articles from the 39 Articles of Religion of the Church of England and the Americans added one that recognized the independence of the colonies.
Rinder, an associate professor at the Department of Anesthesiology at Yale University's School of Medicine, received her degree from the University of Vermont College of Medicine and has published more than 39 articles, written 19 chapter books and is the editorial reviewer for seven medical journals in her field.
In July, the lower house approved the law, which has 7 chapters and 39 articles.
In both cases, I managed to download them only to learn that the Anglican Covenant is a rewrite of the 39 Articles of Religion but with emphasis on conflict resolution ruled by a new level of bureaucracy.
Monday, with 21 of the 39 articles on the warrant settled.
Interestingly, the same report states 50% in the region consider themselves Christian, even if all they have done is mentally subscribe to the Church of England's 39 articles of faith.
The 27 books of that volume are all listed in the 39 Articles of Religion which Dr Williams and all other Anglican clergy have sworn on oath they accept.
The trouble is that the more one becomes immersed in the Book of Common Prayer, its 39 Articles, its history, liturgy, and theology, the more inexorably one is led to Rome.