Those green boughs, the hymn and anthem never heard but at Christmas-- even the Athanasian
Creed, which was discriminated from the others only as being longer and of exceptional virtue, since it was only read on rare occasions--brought a vague exulting sense, for which the grown men could as little have found words as the children, that something great and mysterious had been done for them in heaven above and in earth below, which they were appropriating by their presence.
Minchin for his part liked to keep the mental windows open and objected to fixed limits; if the Unitarian brewer jested about the Athanasian
On Trinity Sunday, many congregations traditionally recite the Athanasian
Creed, the Christian Church's confession of the doctrine of the Most Holy Trinity - the three persons in one God - all three of whom as distinct and co-eternal persons.
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E, Hameed M, Hwang S.
Psalms for Sundays, Athanasian
Creed, other psalms, the hymn Memento rerum conditor (incomplete), the antiphon Asperges me Domine.
round the Athanasian
Creed and save scientific civilisation" and
Hannibal Frederich's message, "The Trinity at Work," will be based on Acts 2:32-33 and the Athanasian
Creed (The Paddock Lectures for 1962-63), by J.
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(66) For example, reference to the underworld (hades) appears in the Apostles' (The Received Form) and Athanasian
Creeds; the de novo creation of Adam is found in the Councils of Carthage and Trent and the Augsburg and Westminster Confessions.
In theological seminaries as well the Definition of Chalcedon and the Athanasian
Creed (Quicunque) are used in teaching.
The earliest complete English prose Psalter, together with eleven canticles and a translation of the Athanasian
creed (Early English Text Society Original Series 97).