Filioque Clause

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Medieval Christians - High Middle Ages (800–1300) - Growing Tensions Between East and West
... of the primacy of the bishop of Rome and the theological implications of adding a clause to the Nicene Creed, known as the filioque clause — were involved ... The other major irritant to Eastern Christendom was the Western use of the filioque clause—meaning "and the Son"—in the Nicene Creed ... issue was the addition by the West of the Latin clause filioque to the Creed, as in "the Holy Spirit.. ...
Features of Western Christianity - Filioque Clause
... See also Filioque Most Western Christians use a version of the Nicene Creed that states that the Holy Spirit "proceeds from the Father and the Son", where the original text as ...

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