|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".|
|Creed of Nicaea||325||Product of the first ecumenical council in Nicaea which tried to solve the Arian controversy.|
|Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed||381||Nearly all Christian denominations||Expansion and revision of the 325 Creed of Nicaea. Refutes apollinarism and a later addition, the Filioque clause, resulted in disagreements between Eastern Christianity and Western Christianity.||"Nicene Creed".|
|Chalcedonian Creed||451||Council of Chalcedon|
|Athanasian Creed||500||Nearly all Christian denominations||Lat.: Quicumque vult||"Athanasian Creed".|
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