Some articles on creeds, creed:

List Of Christian Creeds - Creeds
... Creed Date Accepted by Original name Notes Link to text Apostles' Creed 200-900 Nearly all Christian denominations Lat ... Symbolum Apostolorum or Symbolum Apostolicum The origin of the creed is unknown ... "Apostles' Creed" ...
Sambandar - Review and Analysis
... wickedness and duplicity perpetrated by rogue creeds.Sambandar is clear about his hatred for the evil and duplicity of the obsure communal creeds and ... the misinformation campaign of sramana( buddist and jain) communal creeds and in many places of tiruvasagam calls them senseless, duplicitous,deceitful and falseful(poy samayattar) ...
Ecumenical Creeds
... Ecumenical creeds is an umbrella term used in the western church to refer to the Nicene Creed, the Apostles' Creed, and the Athanasian Creed ... The ecumenical creeds are also known as the universal creeds ... These creeds are accepted by almost all mainstream Christian denominations in the western church, including the Roman Catholic Church, Anglican ...
Statement Of Faith - Christians Without Creeds
... those descending from the Radical Reformation, do not profess a creed ... Church of the Brethren also espouses no creed, referring to the New Testament, as their "rule of faith and practice." Jehovah's Witnesses contrast "memorizin ... the most liberal of all religions, do not share a creed ...
Statement Of Faith
... A creed is a statement of belief, in particular a statement of faith that describes the beliefs shared by a religious community ... Religious creeds are not intended to be comprehensive, but to be a summary of core beliefs ... The term "creed" can also refer to a person's political or social beliefs, or is sometimes used to mean religious affiliation ...

Famous quotes containing the word creeds:

    Thus far women have been the mere echoes of men. Our laws and constitutions, our creeds and codes, and the customs of social life are all of masculine origin. The true woman is as yet a dream of the future. A just government, a humane religion, a pure social life await her coming.
    Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815–1902)

    As men’s prayers are a disease of the will, so are their creeds a disease of the intellect.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Fatalism, whose solving word in all crises of behavior is “All striving is vain,” will never reign supreme, for the impulse to take life strivingly is indestructible in the race. Moral creeds which speak to that impulse will be widely successful in spite of inconsistency, vagueness, and shadowy determination of expectancy. Man needs a rule for his will, and will invent one if one be not given him.
    William James (1842–1910)