Nicene Creed


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(Christianity) a formal creed summarizing Christian beliefs

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Even if they do come to the event, they don't have to say the Nicene Creed, and they don't have to participate in that part of it if they don't want to.
While the Nicene Creed presents an ontological view of the meaning of Jesus, speaking of an incarnation which brings the second person of the Trinity--the pre-existent Son--down to earth, a Spirit Christology conveys the meaning of Jesus within a historical-teleological framework, claiming a divinely bestowed finality to his life as the long-expected Messiah.
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 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.
Menorah's trainer Philip Hobbs has also entered Nicene Creed for the same owner Diana Whateley, who is joined in the field by Clerk's Choice, Astracad, Der Spieler and Liberty Seeker.
He ran on well to finish third to the very useful Nicene Creed and will know more about what is required of him this time.
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.
For another, we cannot be sure of what Arius actually thought since most of what we know of him comes from his enemies, especially Athanasius, the champion of the Nicene Creed.
Chief among these are a set of beliefs that are rooted in the Nicene Creed, which was developed in the fourth century.
When the congregation recited the Nicene Creed, I remained silent.