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Q: What are the twelve points of the apostle's creed?
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What does the Apostles Creed mean to the Anglicans?

The Apostles Creed is a profession of faith. It is a summary of the main points of the Christian faith.

Which came first the Apostles Creed or the Nicene Creed?

Some attribute the Apostles Creed to the twelve apostles themselves, although scholars for the most part believe it was constituted in either the latter first or second century. In any account, it is older than the Nicene Creed.

What is the protestant version of the Apostles creed?

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Apostles Creed - album - was created in 2006.

Are the apostles creed and the Nicene creed part of tradition or scripture?

Roman Catholic AnswerThe Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed are part of Tradition, or at least the Apostles' Creed is, the Nicene Creed would probably be considered the Magisterium.

An example of creed in the bible?

the apostles creed

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The Apostles' Creed is prayed in the Rosary. It is the first prayer in the Rosary.

What does the apostles' creed do?

A creed is a statement of beliefs. The apostles' creed is a summary of Christian beliefs, it is a reminder for Christians of the core beliefs of Christianity.

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The Twelve Apostles are made of limestone.

Where can you find the full text of the apostles' creed?

The Apostles' Creed can be found in Wikipedia (both the Latin and English translation), and also on the website of Christianity Today. There are slightly different versions of the Apostles' Creed depending on the particular denomination. There is also a reading of the Apostles' Creed on YouTube.

The statement of what you believe as Catholics is called?

A creed, as in the Nicene Creed or Apostles Creed.

How are the Apostles' Creed and Nicene Creed similar to yet different from each other?

the nicene creed was made in 325ce, and the apostles creed around 700ce. the nicene creed was edited in 451ce. the nicene creed was created by the church, while the apostes creed was created by the apostles themselves. the most important part is that the nicene creed is a prayer of communal celebration while the apostles creed is a prayer of personal celebration. they have many of the same or similar lines and most messages are the same. the nicene creed begins with we believe, and the apostles creed begins with i believe.

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