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Apostles Creed Web Research
a. The fact that the text repeatedly emphasizes that faith is the outcome of the contributions
of many people gives the 12 apostles even more credit for its formation.
b. It was most common throughout the Middle Ages.
c. The credo functioned as a "form of doctrine" for newly converted Christians, urging them
to believe with both their hearts and intellect.
d. They were never meant to be written down; instead, they were supposed to be
(1) I believe in God the Father
(1) I believe in God the Father Almighty Creator of
Heaven and earth
(2) And in Jesus Christ, His only
Son, our Lord;
(2) And in Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord;
(3) Who was born of (de) the
Holy Ghost and of (ex) the Virgin
(3) Who was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born of the
Virgin Mary,
(4) Crucified under Pontius
Pilate and buried;
(4) Suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead,
and buried;
(5) The third day He rose again
from the dead,
(5) He descended into hell; on the third day He rose
again from the dead;
(6) He ascended into Heaven,
(6) He ascended into Heaven, sitteth at the right hand of
God the Father Almighty;
(7) Sitteth at the right hand of the
(7) From thence He shall come to judge the living and
the dead.
(8) Whence He shall come to
judge the living and the dead.
(8) I believe in the Holy Ghost,
(9) And in the Holy Ghost,
(9) The Holy Catholic Church, the communion of saints
(10) The Holy Church,
(10) The forgiveness of sins,
(11) the forgiveness of sins;
(11) The resurrection of the body, and
(12) The resurrection of the
(12) life everlasting.
e. They typically convey the same sentiments but in greater detail; they were both crucified
and suffered under Pontius Pilate.
f. The most rudimentary yet significant usage addressed in that section is baptism.
g. The Apostles' Creed is said every day in the Church, not only at the beginning of Matins
and Prime and at the end of Compline, but also frequently during Prime and Compline.
h. I feel it should be said before baptism because of its importance to the Christian religion.
i. It should be said throughout mass for the same reason it should be mentioned during
The Nicene Creed Web Research
The study of religious faith, practice, and experience is known as theology.
"Christology" is a branch of theology that deals with Our Lord Jesus Christ.
The basic term for Christological doctrine in Christianity, homoousios, was coined in 325
at the first ecumenical council at Nicaea to declare that God the Father and God the Son
are one and the same.
The Council of Nicaea, held in 325 AD, was primarily concerned with theological
disagreements over the nature of Jesus Christ. The major topic of debate was the Arian
heresy, which was espoused by the priest Arius. Arius believed that because Jesus was
a created creature, he was not of the same substance as God the Father.
a. He endured, and on the third day, he rose from the dead and ascended into
c. He will come from there to judge the living and the dead.
e. And in the Holy Spirit.
g. [However, those who say: 'There was a period when he was not;' and 'He was
not before he was made;' and 'He was made out of nothing,' or 'He is of another
substance' or 'essence,' or 'The Son of God is created,' or 'changeable,' or
'alterable' are condemned by the holy catholic and apostolic Church.]
h. Perhaps the last thing I'll add is that there are numerous ways to convey this, so
it may be confusing depending on who you're with.