Christian, what do you believe? For the Colson Center, I’m John Stonestreet with The Point.
A creed is a matter of faith that for Christians have historically helped conclude and urge orthodoxy, which means “right belief.”
The best famous creed is the Nicene Creed, a product of the Council of Nicaea in the year 325. This legislature met to answer a sin about Jesus, and constructed a obvious matter of the Christian faith that’s been shouted in churches worldwide for almost 1,700 years.
The Nicene Creed didn’t settle Christian doctrine. But it did commend what had been perceived from God by Scripture, by His Son, and by the Apostles—the very core of the Christian worldview.
The Creed takes the figure of the Trinity. Its sections report who any Person of the Godhead is and what He has done.
When we confess the faith together using the Creed, we display the togetherness with Christians around the universe and via time. And tomorrow on The Point, I’ll speak about the first theme of the Creed—God the Father.
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