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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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King's book is most fascinating when he discusses the work Arendt did on civil rights issues from the 1950s through the 1970s.
always said, 'to do, you have to go for it.'" She cites Stephen King's book Writing, in which he mentions how often a writer turns out to have a supportive partner.
Should King's book kindle an interest in visiting Istanbul and its most famous hotel, you'll find it has been restored to late 19th-century glory by a Dubai-based luxury-hotel chain.
The title of King's book is a play on The God Delusion, the title that biologist and philosopher Richard Dawkins gave to his controversial 2006 disquisition on the nonexistence of a supernatural creator.
Still we can only recommend reading King's book from cover to cover.
That seems to be the chilling choice in the new TV thriller inspired by horror master Stephen King's book.
TODD ROSENTHAL FACED SOME UNIQUE CHALLENGES AS HE CREATED THE SCENIC ELEMENTS FOR Ghost Brothers of Darkland County--bringing the visual world of Stephen King's book to life without the benefit of Hollywood-style special effects.
The students will present a program on Tuesday recognizing the 44th anniversary of King's assassination, and Wellman has given them two tasks: to select an excerpt from King's book "Where Do We Go From Here?" to recite, and then to write and share something of their own inspired by King's book.
Although there is relatively little new information regarding Camus, King's book is a wonderful addition to the growing ranks of commentary on the Nobel Prize-winning author.
Ross King's book was translated by Belkis Disbudak and published by YEM Publishing House.
King's book, the product of years of field research and hundreds of interviews conducted on both sides of the Green Line, highlights the propulsive, dynamic nature of a popular uprising that transformed Palestinian society and challenged the Israeli occupation in unprecedented ways.
King's book covers these matters, tied to interests of the Mythopoeic Society, but they are just part of the biography.