Trinity UpDates-and a perfect GOD This Is Amazing
They Come from A perfect GOD-That’s Amazing C-Ps - 19:7- Nu 23:19, 23:19-Open GWGpnc Rule.htm-GODorgod.htm--JehovahOrYahweh.htm-- Son of GOD--Genesis-6-1-4.htm Mt 5:48---Meaning Translator strive to do so --and See--Heb-2:10—Plus IntroductionForConcernedStudents.htm---
Plus -Sickness--Did Satan Cause it or GOD--JehovahOrYahweh.htm— the English-HistoryOf.htm
SatansID.htm- SatansMainPurpose.htm Compare -GOD ID--Ps - 19:7- Nu
23:19, 23:19-Open GWGpnc Rule.htm--Gen3-15.htm
of Genesis-6-1-4.htm Mt 5:48---Meaning Translator strive to do
so --and See--Heb-2:10—Plus IntroductionForConcernedStudents.htm---
The Nicene_Creed Revisional Updates- What are they? + The Big Compare 2-Groups
This Raises The
is it necessary to keep revising the Nicene Creed Century after Century? after Century?
Why? From (325 AD) ArianismGD.htm Arius collapsed and died while walking through the streets
of Constantinople in 336.When Constantine died in 337, In 350 Constantius II
became sole ruler of the empire, in 357, Constantius' death in 361, the Emperor
Valens (364-378) 367-383) and Theodosius I (379-395) 381 the Second Ecumenical
Council met at Constantinople. Arianism was proscribed and the Nicene Creed was
approved. Details in ArianismGD.htm (381 AD) (451 AD) (500 AD)
(529 AD) (533 AD (600 AD)
681 AD) (753 AD) (787 AD)
+ Open history.html#creeds+ Nomenclature
Arianism was a fourth century
Christian movement begun, in part, by a Libyan Presbyter by the name of Arius
Arius and His followers did not
consider His Biblical Theology of (Open)*GOD defined*was heretic Theology.
Plus The Creed of Ulfilas or Wulfila--He Lived From ( 310
- 383) A.D.From
It Is Note-Worthy (Modern_English_Bible_translations) That Many Bible Translators and
Publishers down through the Centuries did not make good accurate Foot-Notes or
Were not allowed to-(Example Open) King_James_Version_of_the_Bible
& (bible03b.htm) & King James
Also Read HiddenTruthsPLUS.htm Imaginary Concepts should be listed as such
--as a second possibility at best and as aa note foot, and
Not as Holy Doctrine By God’s Written Inspired Words-history/creed.apost.proofs.html
That We Are In The Communication Age
We Can *Examine * Everything Ourselves The Expository Library 20.htm
is a statement or confession of belief — usually religious
belief — or faith.
Jesus say to Worship? Is In (PROSKUNEO in Greek)
Who Came the Real Jesus or GodtheSon.htm- Is Jesus Real
4. Creeds And Canons
for the Apostolic Creed, prepared by Steve
· The Ecole Initiative Building a Hypertext
Encyclopedia of Early Church History.
· Doctrine of the Trinity, by Dr. Francis Beckwith
· The Church Fathers page,
Wesley Center for Applied Theology, Northwest Nazarene College.
· CHURCHRODENT: R.A. Tatum's Glossary of Church History
· The Early Church Fathers collection at the Christian Classics Ethereal Library,
· The Internet Medieval Sourcebook, a
comprehensive project that includes Readings in Medieval History, Full Texts
for Readings, etc.
· The Christian History Institute provides
an ample archive of Church History documents for all periods of history in its Glimpses
archive. Particularly germaine are two sections on Early Church History that
include: Foundations of Our Faith, Whatever Happened to the Twelve Apostles?,
The Spread of the Early Church, Accusation, The Canon, and biographical
information on Polycarp, Constantine, Clement of Rome, Justin Martyr, Blandina,
Irenaeus, Tertullian, Origen, Jerome.
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The English Language Liturgical Consultation
(ELLC), the successor body to ICET, published in 1988
the book Praying Together, which included a revision of the 1975 ICET
text, which is given below.
This has not been widely accepted without modifications that vary between the
Churches: see, for instance, the discussion within The
ELLC Texts: A Survey of Use and Variation.
The version of the Roman Missal used
in the United States was prepared before the 1975 ICET text of the Creed was
decided: it contains an earlier (1973) ICET draft. The points (apart from an
American spelling) where it differs from the later version, used by the
Catholic Church elsewhere, are here indicated in italics.
"Of one Being with the
Father" (1975) replaced "one in Being with the Father" (1973),
which, when spoken, could be confused with "one, in being with the
"He became incarnate from the
Virgin Mary, and was made man" (1975) replaced "He was born of the
Virgin Mary, and became man" (1973): neither Greek
Latin "incarnatus" means "born", and the 1973 text linked
hominization ("became man") with birth ("he was born").
"He suffered death and was
buried" (1975) replaced "he suffered, died, and was buried"
(1973): "παθόντα" in Greek and
"passus" in Latin are indicative of a suffering demise; but the 1973
draft inserted an extra verb, "died", not present in the original
Greek or Latin.
We believe in one God,
the Father, the Almighty
maker of heaven and earth,
of all that is seen and
We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ,
the only Son of God,
eternally begotten of the Father,
God from God, Light from Light,
true God from true God,
begotten, not made,
one in Being
with the Father.
Through him all things were made.
For us men and for our salvation
he came down from heaven
by the power of the Holy Spirit
he was born of the Virgin
Mary, and became man.
For our sake he was crucified under
he suffered, died, and was
On the third day he rose again
in fulfilment of the
he ascended into heaven
and is seated at the right hand of
He will come again in glory to judge
the living and the dead,
and his kingdom will have no end.
We believe in the Holy Spirit, the
Lord, the giver of Life,
who proceeds from the Father and the
With the Father and the Son he is
worshiped and glorified.
He has spoken through the Prophets.
We believe in one holy catholic and
We acknowledge one baptism for the
forgiveness of sins.
We look for the resurrection of the
and the life of the world to come.
I believe in one God,
the Father Almighty,
maker of heaven and earth
and of all things visible and
And in one Lord Jesus Christ,
the only-begotten Son of God,
begotten of His Father before all
God of God, Light of Light,
very God of very God,
begotten, not made,
being of one substance with the
by whom all things were made;
who for us men and for our salvation
came down from heaven
and was incarnate by the Holy Spirit
of the virgin Mary
and was made man;
and was crucified also for us under
He suffered and was buried.
And the third day He rose again
according to the Scriptures
and ascended into heaven
and sits at the right hand of the
And He will come again with glory to
judge both the living and the dead,
whose kingdom will have no end.
And I believe in the Holy Spirit,
the Lord and giver of life,
who proceeds from the Father and the
who with the Father and the Son
together is worshiped and glorified,
who spoke by the prophets.
And I believe in one holy Christian
and apostolic Church,
I acknowledge one Baptism for the
remission of sins,
and I look for the resurrection of
and the life † of the world to come.
Writings - >Polycarp -Who Was Part of The Original
1st & 2nd Century Christian Church
(*born ~70 A.D or 69ca* died (martyred) 155 A.D in Rome)
Then Read Tertullian (ca. 155–230)
Open Polycarp.htm-Polycarp8-1Plus.htm Then Read Tertullian (ca. 155–230)
Jesus Came In The Flesh-No Mention of (God YHWH
010.htm) Came in The Flesh
Writings as Christendom Teaches. SBT is The YHWH TETRAGRAMMATON Testifier of The Theology-of GOD Open GOD
Tertullian (ca. 155–230)
He introduced the term Trinity (Theophilius to Autolycus -
115-181 - introduced the word Trinity in his Book 2, chapter 15 on the creation
of the 4th day) as the Latin trinitas, to the Christian vocabulary and also probably the
formula "three Persons, one Substance" as the Latin "tres Personae, una Substantia" (itself from the Koine Greek "treis Hypostases, Homoousios"), and also the terms vetus testamentum ("old
testament") and novum testamentum ("new
testament").For Full article Open http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tertullian
The Ante-Nicene Christian
library 0-325 The Apostolic Fathers
Open Table of Contents Schaff, Philip (1819-1893)
CLEMENT OF ROME
Open and learn about Sbt’s Commentary Notes What Makes Sbt’s Commentary Notes different.-