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    This essay will address the question, what is a Creed and why did the Church feel the need to produce them? To begin with the essay will define a Creed, later providing context as to why they were. Furthermore, the essay will explain and explore numerous avenues for the Church initiating the creation of Creeds, issues, Church identity, theology, evangelism, ecclesiology, and politics. A Creed has been described as an expression that elaborates on essential Biblical truths, with an attempt to try and encapsulate scripture (Bromiley, 1984, pp283), leading to the definition of a Creed as, “a concise statement of Christian doctrine” (Fahlbusch, 1998, pp727). However, it seems some consider this widely accepted definition is arbitrary and slightly…

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    Assassin's Creed

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    We all wanted to be a Captain of our own ship sailing the Seven Seas, well now you can Me-Hearties!!! My brother was the one who told me about Assassin 's Creed Black Flag, I wasn 't sure about it because when I played the first Assassin 's Creed it wasn 't really my type of game and quite repetitive, also I prefer open world, 3rd person games. After seeing a few YouTube videos I decided to buy and give it a go. I have only just completed the game 100 percent after many years of owning the…

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    The Apostle’s Creed The Apostles Creed is the creed most widely used in Christian worship in the western world. Throughout the Middle Ages it was generally believed that this creed was composed by the Apostles on the day of Pentecost and that each of them contributed one of the twelve sections. This appears to be a legend dating back to somewhere between the 4th and 6th Centuries. However it still has good reason to be called the Apostles Creed because its content is in agreement with apostolic…

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    Nicene Creed

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    To further clarify questions about Christian belief, the Council of Nicaea created the Nicene Creed. This creed was the most famous result of the council and was a statement and proclamation of faith that was issued by the bishops that made up the council. The Nicene Creed, signed at the council was very clear in its position on the arguments that brought the council together: We believe…in one Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, begotten from the Father, only-begotten, that is, from the…

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    Coogler's Creed

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    As someone who hopes to make poignant films about social injustices, I was already a fan of Ryan Coogler because of his film Fruitvale Station. As I sat in the theater and watched Creed I thought, “I want to do that”. I wish I could’ve directed Creed because I thought it could’ve packed the same emotional poignancy as The Wrestler. One of the best aspects of Creed were the quiet emotional moments with Rocky Balboa. Like its predecessors, Creed was not only about the fight in the ring but it was…

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    The Assassin's Creed '

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    how they are played, either stay exactly the same throughout the series or they are changed in some way or another, such as what buttons do what, the way the game is played (ex: stealth or in your face), or how challenging it is. In the Assassin’s Creed series, one and two in particular, the changes made in between them are noticeable. The changes are as in the first game, the player can hardly manage to sneak around without being caught, where as in the second, it relies mainly on sneaking and…

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    The Apostle's Creed

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    The Apostle’s Creed is a major work in the Christian faith that has been revised a multitude of times in order for it to accomplish its’s goal of being a standard for people to follow and learn over time. The Creed was altered until Charlemagne’s rule, during which he standardized the Creed, and it has been essentially the same ever since. According to Martin Luther in his Sermon on the Creed, the Apostle’s Creed is split up into three articles, the first being about creation and the Father, the…

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    Assassin's Creed Unity is the newest installment and the popular Assassin's Creed franchise. I'm here to tell you guys my full thoughts on this game. It may not be entirely finished in this game. You play as Arno who's basically the Spider-man of the French Revolution, that's right. He's extremely good at modern-day parkour, he can do just about anything. He can jump off a building and land directly on a rope I mean this guy is basically, he's a god and you play as him throughout this game, as…

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    get hit multiple times and have people watching. Especially at the end when Adonis’ right eye is completely swollen shut, that is not something I could every imagine thinking going through is a good idea. However, boys are taught at a young age to be tough and that fighting is a normal thing. You always see shows where boys get in fights and their fathers are all happy about it and the mother is all upset about her little boy getting hurt. Boys are taught that fighting is a way to be masculine. …

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    The west resurrected Tertullian’s view in the debate in that Christ was two natures in one person. This reasoning balanced and helped a compromise to be reached between the East and its notions but the controversy was still not over. The Nicene Creed which took place prior in the Trinitarian Controversy was still an issue. Apollinaris of Laodicea who was a strong supporter of the the Nicene Creed believed he could help the situation. He formulated a doctrine which stated that Christ had no…

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