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The new statement will comprise the skepticisms as well as the faiths of society, and out of unbeliefs a creed shall be formed.
Your present work of suspicion and slander is worthy of your coat and creed.
But the memory of the vision, the memory that abides forever within the seer made him say to her with the naive austerity of a convert awed by the touch of a new creed, "You haven't the gift.
In consequence of these demonstrations, on the part of the venerable priest, it came to be whispered among the faithful, and finally it was adopted, as part of the parish creed, that Inez had been translated to heaven.
Let it be your task also to teach him our holy creed.
As Arms mentions in his article, "In the early 1980's I first started seeing NCO Creeds produced by various commands.
Ancient peoples ascribed more power to the spoken than to the written word, and ancient creeds are based on oral baptismal confessions spoken in the presence of the Christian community.
Yoder returned again to the question of the authority of the classic creeds at the conclusion of his Preface lectures on Chalcedon.
Credo: Historical and Theological Guide to Creeds and Confessions of Faith in the Christian Tradition.
This is the introductory volume to the four-volume Creeds and Confessions of Faith in the Christian Tradition edited by Jaroslav Pelikan and Valerie Hotchkiss.
I have recently come across several people who find the creeds unsatisfactory.