Three Historic Christian Creeds

A creed is a brief statement of faith used to list important truths, to clarify doctrinal points and to distinguish truth from error. The word creed comes from the Latin word credo, meaning, \"I believe.\" The Bible contains a number of creed-like passages. The Jews still recite a creed known as...


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