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A Short Essay on Personhood


There are some ideas so fundamental to a particular subject that they can be taken for granted. However they are so fundamental that one cannot afford to do so. 3,326 more words


The Nicene Creed

“We believe in one God, the Father All Governing , creator of all things visible and invisible;

And in one Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, begotten of the Father as only begotten, that is,  from the essence of the Father, , God from God, Light from Light, true God from true God, begotten not created , of the same essence as the Father , through whom all things came into being both in heaven and in earth; Who for us men and for our salvation came down and was incarnate, becoming human . 138 more words


The Council of Nicea, Part 2 (The History of Christianity Podcast #116)

Our History of Christianity Scripture passage today is Ephesians 2:19-20 which reads: “Now therefore ye are no more strangers and foreigners, but fellowcitizens with the saints, and of the household of God; And are built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief corner stone.” 1,116 more words

So my studies took a different turn. I set out to discover whether “Easter” had its roots in paganism. There is so much to sift through, and so many varying opinions, with very few facts. 2,694 more words

The Truth of the Nicean Council (325 AD) and Arian Controversy- 318-381 AD

Paul Bilal Williams, a British convert to Islam, has reposted an article on the Council of Nicea by Unitarians, that is very skewed and inaccurate.  (No longer there, since Paul Williams deleted that blog.) 1,592 more words


Ken Temple reblogged this on Apologetics and Agape and commented:

So many mis-conceptions and lies are repeated about the Council of Nicea of 325 AD, it is necessary to constantly revisit the review the facts of it. Be sure to watch the video, a good 9 and 1/2 minute summary of the Council of Nicea, and be sure to read Dr. James White's article, "What Really Happened at Nicea?" also. (linked to in the article)

Bartolomeu si papa Francisc au facut planuri de viitor : se vor intalnii in 2025 la Nicea unde vor sarbatorii impreuna, dupa 17 secole, primul Sinod Ecumenic -unde s-a emis CREZUL

La întoarcerea din Ierusalim, Bartolomeu a spus  împreună cu papa Francisc :

”Am fost de acord să lasam ca moștenire pentru noi și urmașii noștri să ne întâlnim la Nicea în 2025, pentru a sărbători împreună, după 17 secole, primul sinod ecumenic cu adevărat, unde s-a emis Crezul “. 488 more words