Athanasian Creed

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  • Essay On Christianity And Islam

    his followers through covenants. Jesus is believed in with the Islamic faith and Christianity, in Islam an example of this is in the Quran, "(Jesus) was a prophet, sent by Allah and born of the Virgin Mary, but not divine (Quran 5:17)." The Nicene Creed states that, "The second person of the Trinity and born of the Virgin Mary. "...true God from true God". Islam and Christianity both have an understanding of hell, this is supported by both of their holy bibles. In the Quran, "A place of torment…

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  • The Origins Of The Universe

    The Nature of God regarding the Holy Trinity states there is one God (Deut. 6:4), but the one God exists in 3 persons as The Father (John 17:3), The Son (1 John 5:20), and The Holy Spirit (Acts 5:3-4) which we recognize in the Athanasian Creed (neither confounding the Persons nor dividing the Substance, Father is God, Son is God, Holy Spirit is God, not three Gods, but one God). II. The Origins of the Universe The Origins of the Universe, teach us the incredible power of God’s voice originating…

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  • Trinity Argument

    conclusion favored Athanasius and the first version of the Nicene Creed (see Appendix 1) was adopted ecumenically across the Eastern and Western Christian churches, become the new Christian profession of faith (Holcomb 2014, 38). This first version of the Nicene Creed contains critical verbiage regarding the relationship of the Father to the Son, stating they were of identical substance (homoousis). While the Holy Spirit is in the Nicene Creed, it is with little emphasis. This lack of attention…

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  • Moksha In Hinduism

    Moksha, as a concept in the religion of Hinduism, is the ultimate goal in life. Moksha is also known as liberation or salvation. Moksha is the ultimatet goal because Samsara or rebirth happens before the liberation. In order to attain Moksha, there is the cycle of rebirth as also known as Samsara. The maintenance of world order can be achieved through Dharma while Moksha is the release from the world. Karma, as the cause-and-effect to the Samsara, is doing good or well in your duty or social…

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