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Primal Credo: Your Entrance Into the Apostles' Creed

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"Primal Credo" is a fresh, modern reading of the Apostles' Creed. Some followers of Christ have never heard of the creed and others recite the creed Sunday after Sunday without giving it much thought. This book will help you grow in faith if you are a new Christian or a seasoned saint. Enter into the creed and discover your DNA as a believer in Jesus Christ.

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Paperback, 198 pages
Published April 28th 2011 by Doctrina Press
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Mike Hyatt
Nov 26, 2012 Mike Hyatt rated it liked it
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Primal Credo by Derek Vreeland is a short book designed to unwrap The Apostle's Creed. The Apostle's Creed is an early creed from the 3rd-4th centuries that outlines some of the foundational Christian beliefs (e.g. the Trinity; Jesus' virgin birth, his death burial and resurrection; his return to judge; the church, forgiveness of sins and the resurrection of the body, etc.). It provides a good understanding of some (not all - one belief not covered in The Apostle's Creed is justification by ...more
Adam Shields
Oct 16, 2012 Adam Shields rated it really liked it
Short Review: This is a good basic introduction to the Apostle's creed. It is written by someone that is from a non-creedal background so many that are not familiar with the Apostle's creed will identify with the writing. It is also well formated for discussion in a small group with short chapters and discussion questions. The Apostles' Creed is the most basic theological statement of the Universal Church and is something all Christians should learn and understand.

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