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of or relating to a creed

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This objective consists in identifying an original and authentic Islamic method of social research, the principles and perspectives of which should be derived from the Madman model of society and enriched by the credal and cultural, moral and spiritual, historical, intellectual, and traditional academic sources of Islam.
This error was compounded when you claimed, "Later in the meeting, it said that same-sex blessings are not a Communion-breaking issue and they are not in conflict with the church's doctrine ..." Synod did not pass any resolution on the question of whether it is a "Communion breaking issue" and the wording of A186 that finally passed was: "not in-conflict with the core doctrine (in the sense of being credal) of the Anglican Church of Canada." What you may have missed was that the use of the negative reduces the positive content of an), statement.
(14) Ermengarde also expanded on Aude's account of their conversation, noting that she had reminded Aude that the words of eucharistic consecration were ordained by Christ, and recounting several credal prayers (in a combination of Occitan and Latin), which she herself regularly spoke during the elevation of the Host and upon awakening.
The five official rituals of Islam--the credal formula, prayer, fasting, alms, and pilgrimage--are discussed in 19 articles reproduced from publication in academic journals and anthologies published since 1900.
"Those words lie at the bottom of all credal and social difficulties and differences to unite all men together.
Cet ouvrage collectif a ete publie sous la direction de trois professeurs associes a trois equipes de recherche de l'Universite de la Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris III : le Centre d'etudes et de recherches sur la vie economique dans les pays anglo-saxons (CERVEPAS), le Centre d'etudes canadiennes (CEC) et le Centre de recherche et de documentation sur l'Amerique latine (CREDAL).
Most of the members of Urban Expression represent the evangelical tradition, yet what surprises is the lack of credal formulations, i.e.
(34) See the fragment of AElfric's homily for the first Sunday after Easter (Clemoes 534), which describes the phoenix as a sign of bodily resurrection; see also Gatch 86-88; Cross, "Literate Anglo-Saxon" 92; Hassig 779-83; and Garde and Muir 58, 62 for the phoenix as a sign of credal confession, orthodox resurrection theology, and the individual soul's relationship to God.
He further argues that many people saw the passing of the platform as setting a standard for the movement because they viewed it as "a credal affirmation, as an oath of allegiance, as a litmus test." (32) But surely that is a reasonable inference for a Classical Reform Jew to make.
Ford's Companion to Narnia, because of its encyclopedia-like entries such as "Credal Elements" and its inclusion of wide-ranging sources and suggestions for further reading.
As to the credal doctrines of pathogenesis and the bodily resurrection of Christ they can still be defended as what they are - articles of faith based on the contents of Holy Scripture.
According to Jost, the minister who narrates Frost's poem has succumbed to fashionable skepticism, treating as mere empirical statements what Jost calls "credal statements" (55), fundamental expressions of principle or belief about which it makes sense to ask, "What does it mean?" but not, "Is it true?" In "The Black Cottage" two such statements are at issue: "That all men are created free and equal" and that "[Christ] descended into Hades." Jost's idea is that these statements are constitutive of a community's form of life, its norms of truth and value, and so when the minister questions them, he does not question their relation to reality but rather his own relation to his community, both state and church.
Bruce Lawrence (7) defines fundamentalism as "the affirmation of religious authority as holistic and absolute, admitting of neither criticism nor reduction; it is expressed through the collective demand that specific credal and ethical dictates derived from scripture be publicly recognised and legally enforced".
When the government of a society organized and saturated by liberal values acts dictatorially toward another liberal democracy, it conspicuously violates its own credal values in that it is denying not to some regime but to another people the right to determine its policies and to shape its fate.
Part 2 expands the investigation to include the postapostolic writings with a major focus on the development of credal and conciliar formulations up to and including the fifth century.