KB Categories Archives: Creeds

Don’t Just Tell Me What You Believe: Lex Orandi-Lex Credendi and its Implications for Evangelical Worship

Marc Brown:

Every week I plan worship for my church’s worship services. Our church has four of them; one is traditional, led by choir and orchestra and the other three are modern, led by band and v...

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Creed and Community

Chris Alford: Here's a wonderful chapbook from AFFN Contributing Member Dr. Donald Richmond on the Apostle's Creed. He writes, "The thesis is simple: Creeds not only defend and define doctrine, Creeds...

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The Filioque Debate

Gary DeSha:

What is the question behind the filioque debate? The answer is to define what the filioque is. What is the filioque? It is an addition to the Nicene Creed about the Holy Spirit. The...

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Minimalism: An Ecumenical Possibility

 

Donald Richmond:

A recent discussion, sponsored by First Things on “The Future of Protestantism,” has generated many important considerations. During one of the exchanges between the Rev....

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Wholly Catholic

Donald Richmond:

One of the principal confessions we make when we recite the Apostles’ Creed is that we believe in “the holy Catholic Church.” But what is “Catholic?” Depending upon our theological ...

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