Tag Archives: Nicene Creed

The End of All Things

The heresies (among other things) that prompted the convening of counsels throughout Church History, in a manner of speaking, brought about maturing thoughts to the Creeds and Confessions. One such example might be the addition, at Constantinople, of the words, … Continue reading

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Gospel: Authentic or Synthetic?

As I rummage through archives of Church History, I’m awed often by the resolved effort of past leaders to preserve the truth. Take for example the Filioque from the revised Nicene Creed. This minor insertion caused no small disturbance and … Continue reading

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