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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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Data Source: A systematic literature review of articles published between January 1966 and August 2009 that yielded 781 articles, was further narrowed to 39 articles, and ultimately included 10 articles; in addition, a study of 366 patients who were monitored at the University of Oulu (Finland).
The researchers identified 39 articles that were included in a systematic review and 18 articles in the meta-analysis.
Although, the parliamentary majority voted for amending only 38 and 39 articles of the internal regulation.
But Sudan and Egypt have objected one article on the security of water from the total 39 articles of the package.
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They want their own bishops, clergy and theological colleges and intend to return to the 1662 Book of Common Prayer (which deleted "Catholic" prayers) and the 39 articles (Protestant, 1563-1571).
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.
1563 Convocation draws up 39 Articles of Faith (Jan).
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.