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[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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I shall certainly use Bishop's book for courses on the philosophy of social sciences.
In Mr Bishop's book the husband and wife are spies, while in the Pitt and Jolie movie they are assassins.
But the above-mentioned fact does not mean Gospel accounts are historically fictitious even if they are not verbatim and even if they do not allow being harmonized (precisely where Bishop's book and any moviemaker, by the very nature of Gospel materials, have to trip up).
We announced in the last Newsletter that Steve Kroschel's wonderful Gerson Therapy documentary The Beautiful Truth was going to be released as a DVD on March 17th, and since then, it has been difficult to keep Charlotte Gerson and Beata Bishop's book, Healing the Gerson Way, in stock.
The exhibition includes well-known books, such as Mary Jones' Bible, and lesser known items such as the Bangor Pontifical - or Bishop's Book - which comes from the Library's Bangor Cathedral Library Collection.
Ulla had read Beata Bishop's book, A Time To Heal, in the Finnish translation many years ago and vowed someday to find her way to Gerson and help people.
Also in May, we are expecting a Korean translation of Charlotte Gerson and Beata Bishop's book, Healing the Gerson Way.
lecture Sunday at Unity of the Valley Church, 39th Avenue and Hilyard Street; the retired Episcopal bishop's books include "Rescuing the Bible from Fundamentalism" and "Why Christianity Must Change or Die"; registration and other information at www.
The bishop's books on such key New Testament narratives as the infancy and the Resurrection seek to show that these stories can be questioned as literal fact but, nevertheless, understood as "true" on a deeper level as symbols with religious meaning.