1. The Nicene Creed

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    A caller asks Hank if we can place any faith in the Nicene Creed. http://www.equip.org, 1-888-7000-CRI

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    • Nicene Creed

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      The Nicene Creed (325AD) is one of Christianity's widest-used and oldest statements of faith. It is also the official statement of faith of Denver Institute for Faith & Work. This version was performed by: Jared Mackey, Pastor, The Next Level Church; Brandon Washington, Teaching Pastor, The Embassy Church; Stephen Redden, Community Life Pastor, New Denver Church; Brian Brown, Lead Pastor, Park Church; Brian Gray, Professor of Mentoring, Denver Seminary; JD Punch, Senior Pastor, City Church Denver; Chris Ditzenberger, Rector, St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church; Jeff Haanen, Executive Director, Denver Institute for Faith & Work. Video produced by: Paco Minassian.

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      • Radiant Direction - Part 2

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        WE BELIEVE Radiant Church radiantcoast.org facebook.com/radiantcoast twitter.com/radiantcoast

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        • The Nicene Creed

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          The Nicene Creed Music Credit: "God I Look To You" Without Words Album Bethel Music

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          • July 28th, 2014 Message

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            CityChurchTallahassee.com | Believer - Week 9 | James Ross

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            • July 20th, 2014 Message

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              CityChurchTallahassee.com | Believer - Week 8 | Dean Inserra - Lead Pastor

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              • July 6th, 2014 - Message

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                CityChurchTallahassee.com | Believer - Week 6 | Jim Low

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                • June 29th, 2014 Message

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                  CityChurchTallahassee.com | Believer - Week 5 | Trey Brunson

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                  • June 22nd, 2014 Message

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                    CityChurchTallahassee.com | Believer - Week 4 | Dean Inserra - Lead Pastor

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                    • John Thornhill - The Creed: Statement of our Faith presented by John Thornhill sm

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                      "The Creed" is the last of 4 Videos in "Introduction to Catholic Theology" though it can be viewed on it's own as a separate topic. Introductory clarifications "We believe" -- Popular language is misleading ("I believe someone called"). We are concerned with a level of conviction and commitment that determines the kind of persons we are. Our lives are shaped by a great variety of views and attitudes: some idiosyncratic (e.g. "Young people are unreliable"); some reflect a bias, coming from group interests and securities -- racial, political, sectarian etc. -- (e.g. "The others are up to no good"); some are personal life stands that express our identity and personhood (e.g. "I give my word"; "My family will come first in my life choices"). Without these last, a life carried along by prevailing fads and fashions is hardly a human life at all. The First Article "I believe in God, the Father Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth" The notion of God, as Creator -- "from nothing" - of all that is outside God, is a basic tenet of Judeo-Christian faith that has immense implications. The divine powers of the world‟s mythologies were seen as part of NATURE. The Creator God of Christian faith is absolutely transcendent, "wholly other". There are no bearings, no interpretative frame that we may use to evaluate the workings of the divine omnipotence. We are totally dependent upon a decision and activity utterly beyond our comprehension. It is not surprising that humanity's basic attitude towards God has frequently been one of dread and uncertainty. The Second Article "I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord ... conceived ... born ... crucified, died, ... buried. On the third day ... rose again ... at the right hand of the Father ... to judge the living and the dead" As we have noted, Christian faith is not the product of mythological interpretation of our human condition. Nor is it the expression of an ideology. It is a memory of events that are part of our human history. Mention of "Pontius Pilate", a minor governor of the Roman Empire, in the Nicene Creed, it has often been noted, anchors the confession of the Creed in the world‟s history. The ultimate significance of these events, of course, can only be recognised by faith, a gift of the Holy Spirit (3rd article). The Third Article "I believe in the Holy Spirit the holy catholic Church the communion of saints the forgiveness of sins the resurrection of the body and life everlasting" The Mystery of the Trinity God was revealed to old Israel through what God did for them as a people. As the Old Testament described God‟s self-expression, two themes established themselves: the Word of God (as creative, shaping history, confronting injustice) and the Spirit of God (as God‟s energising presence, giving the breath of life, raising up heroes, and looked forward to as bringing fulfilment to all Israel‟s messianic hopes). This is the last video on The Creed. This conclude our "Introduction to Catholic Theology - A Seminar for Beginners". There are 19 other titles in The Emmaus Series. Please go to our website www.theemmausseries.com for more information.

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