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Early Christian Creeds

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A comprehensive study of the rise, development and use of credal formulaines in the creative centuries of the Church's history.
Paperback, 3rd, 460 pages
Published January 4th 1982 by Pearson (first published 1972)
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Aug 20, 2010 Pamela rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I read this book after 1972 when this book was edited in its third edition. I always had a leading of the Holy Spirit to understand my neighbors in their various views of the denominations since then. I would visit the various churches and fellowship with many people. I was also curious about their doctrine and even the Apostles
Creed. There are many and this book gives the theological student a full reading of this important issue from then. It is really a fascinating subject. Starting with the
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Started but ran out of time.
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John Norman Davidson Kelly FBA (1909–1997) was a prominent academic within the theological faculty of Oxford University and Principal of St Edmund Hall, Oxford between 1951 and 1979 during which the Hall transformed into an independent constituent college of the University and later a co-educational establishment.

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John Kelly was born in Bridge of Allan, Perthshire on 13 April 1909 and was
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