Paul University in Ottawa, Canada, said a profession of faith, such as in the form of the Nicene Creed
, is normal procedure for rescinding an excommunication.
18) He argues that the faith articulated in the Nicene Creed
can be just as adequately expressed with symbols and concepts that reflect a different time and culture.
She uses the Nicene Creed
to remind readers that Christianity, first and foremost, concerned itself with a created world in which God was vitally interested.
Vermes draws his narrative to a close with the Nicene creed
and its dogma that the Son of God was no longer an inferior divinity to the Father, as was customary in pre-Nicene theology, but homoousios--of the same substance--with his Father.
Some Christians have considered the Nicene Creed
to be "a product of Constantinianism," which marked a sharp shift from early Christianity.
It uses the classical Christian doctrines of the Nicene Creed
to guide students on the faith, and provides an ecumenical work identifying major personalities and history in classical Christian thinking.
10) was a solid second to Nicene Creed
at Chepstow last time out and can go close again in the two-miler under useful 3lb claimer Mark Quinlan.
Living Faith follows the wording of the Nicene Creed
in saying that the Spirit is the Lord and Giver of Life.
The Independent Church also incorporates the precepts of the Nicene Creed
and the seven sacraments of the Roman tradition.
In recognition of the 1,600th anniversary of the Nicene Creed
in 1925, the Church of England offered dramatic evidence of its interest in the Eastern Orthodox churches.
45pm) and the Philip Hobbs-trained Nicene Creed
in the betdaq The Betting Exchange Handicap Hurdle (6.
Rain-softened ground proved the undoing of Nicene Creed