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.

Apostles' Creed

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

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.”

Apostles' Creed

n the Apostles' Creedil credo apostolico
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Is it possible that a Christian could even be thinking of assisted suicide, or euthanasia, or whatever the euphemism is, when we, Sunday after Sunday, offer the Apostles' Creed to God, saying,".
The term appears in the Apostles' Creed, thought to have been written in the fifth century.
As the Apostles' Creed and Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed have been used as preparation for baptism, Wainwright lifted up the question that BEM put to churches: "What is the role of the church in the economy of salvation?
While Catholics often profess their common faith by means of creeds, especially the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed, this is not a frequent practice among Baptists.
Langford argues that Liberal Christian theology, which he traces back to Origin in the third century, should be understood as a variation on mainstream Christianity in that it accepts the Apostles' Creed, but with a certain latitude in the interpretation of some clauses.
To get at this, we move to Luther's comments on translation and interpretation and his pastoral use of the Rule in the form of the Apostles' Creed.
Y is for Year of Faith | E is for everyone who took part in our Walk of Witness | A is for Apostles' Creed which we prayed together every day | R is for Reflection, a retreat day in Harvington Hall and Year | O is for Old Testament People who had great faith in God | F is for Francis our Pope who leads and supports us on our faith journey | F is for Faith Week, a week of faith activities | A is for all members of staff who attended a Year of Faith Celebration at Archbishop Ilsley Secondary School | I is for individual people who have opened the Door of Faith for us | T is for This is our Faith and our Dominic Barberi Echo Story | H is for how are we going to continue to deepen our faith?
that all atheists, including those who were brought up in the Catholic Faith, can live a sound moral life without having to believe in any of the twelve articles of the Apostles' Creed.
Complete with the Apostles' Creed, Scripture Index, Subject Index, and Image Guide, the "Adventure Bible Handbook" encourages kids of today to take a second look at the Biblical wisdom of the past for the future expansion of their relationship with God.
The words of the Apostles' Creed, and the later Nicene Creed, were fashioned inside a worldview that no longer exist"; and he sees no hope for a revival of worship "so long as an idol lives undisturbed in the place reserved for a living God.
The 12 drummers drumming symbolised the twelve points of belief in the Apostles' Creed.
s poems pegging images suggesting divine creativity to the clauses of the Apostles' Creed, notably Ecclesiastes 6:12 (passing through existence like a shadow), among analogies found in the Psalms, prophets, Gospels, and Epistles.