Apostles' Creed

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A·pos·tles' Creed

A Christian creed traditionally ascribed to the 12 Apostles and used typically in public worship services in the West.
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Apostles' Creed

(Ecclesiastical Terms) a concise statement of Christian beliefs dating from about 500 ad, traditionally ascribed to the Apostles
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Apos′tles' Creed′

a creed dating from about a.d. 500, traditionally ascribed to Christ's apostles and beginning with “I believe in God the Father Almighty.”
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Apostles' Creed

n the Apostles' Creedil credo apostolico
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'To secure supernatural guidance,' according to Father Cortez, 'the mananambal recites the Apostles' Creed and implores the aid of San Antonio de Padua, Maria Santisima and other Catholic saints.'
The three great ecumenical creeds, Nicene, Athanasius, and Apostles' Creed echo Scripture and the faith of Christians through church history.
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The Apostles' Creed was said by the standing congregation, prior to the presbytery clerk reading the narrative.
In the first of a projected series of books exploring theological questions that arise from the Apostles' Creed, scholars of religion ponder past and present understandings of the Creed's assertion that Jesus visited Hell.
The Apostles' Creed is considered to be a summary of the apostles' faith.
This creed itself echoes the Apostles' Creed I grew up reciting every Sunday at Catholic Mass.
Impressively well-researched, engaging, and accessible, "Ancient Faith for the Modern World: A Brief Introduction to the Apostles' Creed, by Brian Schmisek (Director of the Institute of Pastoral Studies, Loyola University--Chicago) carefully and succinctly explains each of the Roman Catholic church's twelve "articles" of the Apostles' Creed, and in doing so deftly explores their meaning for a twenty-first century Christian faith.
"They may not be completely convinced of all the phrases of the Apostles' Creed and be able to say they believe all that and be baptized.
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