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The Creed by Berard L. Marthaler
Newly revised and expanded, this is the perfect introduction to the beliefs of Catholicism and a unique and invaluable guide for studying the Catechism of the Catholic Church. This revised and expanded edition of The Creed is highly recommended for students of Ecclesiology, Christology, Church History, and Catechetical Theology. Unique among the many commentaries on the classic formulas of Christian faith, this book does not simply relate the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed and the Apostle's Creed to the apostolic faith of the New Testament, but presents them in light of contemporary theological issues. The revised edition features updated, expanded text, a glossary, and enhanced bibliographic resources.
An Exposition Of The Creed by John Pearson
Bible Lessons On The Creed by Charles H. Hayes
The Creed by Rev Andreas Michailidis
CURRICULUM VITAEReverend Andreas Michailidis was born in Cyprus in 1937. He studied at: Columbia University, New York; the Holy Cross Theological School, Boston; the Theological School of the University of Athens and the University of Thessaloniki. He received degrees in Theology, post-graduate Theology and English Language and Literature. He taught Religion at Cyprus College and Greek to the staff of the American Embassy of Nicosia, Cyprus. In 1967 he was appointed translator at the TV programs of the CyBC. After the Turkish invasion in 1974 he went to Thessaloniki where he founded a school of foreign languages. In 1982 he was appointed in the secondary school education of Greece. In 1996 he was ordained a deacon and a priest in London by the archbishop of Thyateira and Great Britain of the Ecumenical Patriarchate. In 2000 he was appointed as the priest-in-charge of the community of Nottingham-Derby of the United Kingdom. He is now serving in Northampton, UK. He wrote several books in English and Greek.SUMMARY OF THE CREEDThe Creed is the heart of our faith and it contains its most profound elements. An analysis of these elements is one of the most difficult tasks that one could attempt to make. At the same time, it is one of the most useful and vital ones. Our people sometimes do not know their faith. They sometimes recite the Creed without knowing what they are saying. They consider all these things that they read some kind of inaccessible mystery of our 'religion' that is there for us just to read but not to know what it is all about. By the way, sometimes religion is combined with an attitude of this kind. And our faith, when it is rendered into a religion, resembles something like that.
The Creed And The Prayer by James Wesley Johnston
The Creed In Scotland by James Rankin
The Creed Legacy Enriched Edition by Linda Lael Miller
Rough-and-tumble rodeo cowboy Brody Creed likes life on the move. Until a chance encounter with his long-estranged twin brother brings him "home" for the first time in years. Suddenly Brody is in Creed territory—at thirty-three, he's a restless bad boy among family with deep ties to the land and each other. And a secret past haunts him as he tries to make plans for his future. Carolyn Simmons is looking for Mr. Right in Lonesome Bend, as the ticktock of her biological clock gets ever louder. Then she falls for gorgeous Brody Creed, the opposite of everything she wants. Until lassoing his wild heart becomes everything both of them need. Includes behind-the-scenes videos of the cover shoots with the sexy Creed cowboys!
The Creed Explained Or An Exposition Of Catholic Doctrine by Arthur Devine
The Creed by Luke Timothy Johnson
This thoughtful, fully accessible exploration of the creed, the list of beliefs central to the Christian faith, delves into its origins and illuminates the contemporary significance of why it still matters. During services in Christian communities, the members of the congregation stand together to recite the creed, professing in unison the beliefs they share. For most Christians, the creed functions as a sort of “ABC” of what it means to be a Christian and to be part of a worldwide movement. Few people, however, know the source of this litany of beliefs, a topic that is further confused by the fact that there are two different versions: the Apostle’s Creed and the Nicene Creed. In The Creed, Luke Timothy Johnson, a New Testament scholar and Catholic theologian, clarifies the history of the creed, discussing its evolution from the first decades of the Christian Church to the present day. By connecting the deep theological conflicts of the early Church with the conflicts and questions facing Christians today, Johnson shows that faith is a dynamic process, not based on a static set of rules. Written in a clear, graceful style and appropriate for Christians of all denominations, The Creed is destined to become a classic of modern writings on spirituality.
The Creed In The Catechism by Eamon Duffy
Eamon Duffy explores the first and longest section of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, its teaching on the basic framework of Catholic belief, as found in the Apostle's Creed. Drawing on material from a whole range of Christian tradition, from the scriptures and early fathers to the work of modern theologians like Hans Urs von Balthasar and Juan Luis Segundo, he traces the distinctive ideas at work in the Catechism, and assesses its faithfulness to the teachings of the council. His book provides catechists, priests, teachers and the general reader with a non-technical and fascinating guide to the Catechism, in the light of theological developments and debate in the Church since the Council. Illustrated with material from contemporary literature as well as theology and liturgy, it also provides an introduction in its own right to some of the most fundamental and urgent themes of Christian belief.