Nicene Creed

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Nicene Creed:

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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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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.
Living Faith adds a second line to the traditional wording of the Nicene Creed in calling the Spirit the renewer and helper of God's people.
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.
The Anglican-Orthodox contacts continued at Canterbury on the 1600th anniversary of the Nicene Creed (1925); at the "Faith and Order" conferences at Lausanne (1927), Lambeth (1930), Bucharest (1935), and Edinburgh (1937); and at meetings of the Fellowship of St.
Doing so ignores the basic orientation of Christianity in its classic forms from the Nicene Creed onward, an approach that treats which Jesus not as a historical figure but as divine reality.
He consciously departs from the ordinary practice of organizing systematics according to the structure of the Nicene Creed.
In particular, he argues that the Nicene Creed should be given a "privileged" place in the interpretation of Scripture, which was itself the product of tradition (10).
However, at some point the bishops did agree on a version of the Nicene Creed that is still used today.
Participants are referred back to the book for important discoveries on the Apostle's Creed, the Nicene Creed, the Gospels, Epiphany and a myriad of other interesting and important Bible-related subjects This guide can be used to assist the leader in a classroom discussion of the book to encourage further study and review of the material covered.