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Think of the Creed as a PPX 2.0--only with better looks, a much better trigger and an amazingly low price.
The Creed is advertised as a "pre-cocked" double action, which took me a while to say with a straight face since it calls to the hive mind
James Coutts, prosecuting, said after the Creeds' windows were smashed last October Hazeldine and Mr Creed fought, with Hazeldine hitting Mr Creed on his head with a shovel and a child's scooter.
Where the creed originated from has questioned many.
He noted that for the Catholic tradition, "the creeds are the history of the church" [Emphasis Yoder's].
325) when the bishops inserted into the creed what has been called the most controversial word of the fourth century: homoousios in Greek, consubstantialis in Latin, rendered as "one in being" in our version of the creed.
When I say the creed I mean two things: that I am one with those who have done down the ages and that I believe what they expressed, though I, in the 21st century, use different ideas and words to express the faith.
This is a fine book, the more welcome because its type has become unusual; for it aims to speak not only to professional students of Church history but, in straightforward non-technical language, to ordinary Christians (particularly German Lutheran Christians) about the origin and meaning of the Creed promulgated at the second ecumenical council in 381 and commonly called `Nicene'.
Already in Paul's letters we see the beginnings of the Creed. Paul knew it mattered whether one thinks there is one God or many gods because it leads to a different way of acting in the world (or ought to).
Visit any Catholic Church on any Sunday morning, and you're likely to find, at the appropriate time, a handful or more Massgoers rattling off the Creed without much thought or excitement.
Scott Appleby in the December issue ("The Creed: Do you believe what you just said?").