Apostles' Creed: and its Early Christian Context by Piotr Ashwin-Siejkowski

By Piotr Ashwin-Siejkowski

The Apostles' Creed is an expression of Christian theology in a interval of artistic and engaging debate. The Creed isn't easily a dogmatic, static and cryptic image of Christian religion, yet, to the contrary, a full of life narrative that may nonetheless motivate mind's eye, serious mirrored image and religion. A problem is issued to either those that have a literal interpretation of the Creed, and people who brush off it as an Read more...

content material: i think in God --
the daddy Almighty, author of Heaven and Earth --
And in Jesus Christ, his simply Son our Lord --
Who was once conceived by means of the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary --
Suffered less than Pontius Pilate, was once crucified, useless and buried --
He descended into hell; at the 3rd day he rose back from the lifeless --
He ascended into heaven, and sits on the correct hand of God the daddy Almighty --
From thence he shall come to pass judgement on the dwelling and the useless --
i think within the Holy Spirit --
The holy catholic church (the communion of saints) --
The forgiveness of sins --
The resurrection of the flesh --
And everlasting lifestyles; amen.
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The Creed isn't really easily a dogmatic, static and cryptic image of Christian religion, yet, to the contrary, a full of life narrative that may nonetheless motivate mind's eye, serious mirrored image and religion. In Read more...

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The Bishop of Lyons underlines this essential connection between the human and divine elements in Jesus Christ. In his view they are not a part of sophisticated speculation about the nature of the Saviour, rather they are the indispensable conditions of our salvation, which reached its fullness in Jesus. 12 Only Christ can lift up the whole of humanity to its original place and status which was lost through the disobedience of Adam and Eve. There the original break took place, but in Christ, a ‘new Adam’, the final restoration takes place, and this motif is one of the crucial ideas of Irenaeus’ theology.

27 The Apologist proved Christ’s virgin birth not just from one Scriptural sentence or a particular translation of the term, but rather from the whole context of that sentence, that to him, undoubtedly, pointed to Christ’s life, and to Mary, his mother as virgin (Gr. 28 Tertullian’s substantial contribution in the debate went alongside Ignatius’ and Irenaeus’ efforts to reject Docetism, although . . 29 Tertullian loudly and persistently raised his voice against denunciations of Christ’s human body and consequently his human existence.

Good God is the intelligent architect of the beautiful universe and its creation reflects the personal characteristics of the divine Artist. To Irenaeus, God is a cosmic Mind who not only ‘thinks’ and ‘creates’ but also as an Artist, he uses his perception to create universe of harmony, beauty and light. Irenaeus’ theology of God is fascinated with the motif of order and intentionality. Everything has its place, . . the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and Earth 25 the whole history of salvation develops according to God’s plan, and nothing is accidental.

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