Definition: system of religious or ethical belief
Definition: system of religious or ethical belief
Sentences Containing 'creed'
``That is to say,''replied Villefort with hesitation,``that human nature being weak, every man, according to your creed, has committed faults.''
``Doubtless, and we are not now inquiring into his creed, but his actions; in the name of the prefect of police, I ask you what you know of him.
It must be so; yes, it's part of his creed, I suppose; well, then, let him rest; he'll get up sooner or later, no doubt.
Now restored, the large colorful window features the Shield of the Holy Trinity at the top, displaying the Athanasian Creed in Latin.
By selecting Theodore's writings as his pre-eminent textual source, Qiiore embarked upon a course of study that was to intermingle the deductive principles of Aristotle with Theodore's Dyophysite creed.
After the Nicene Creed the Registrar, confirms that a quorum is present and informs the Bishop.
In the film, Brown sings the song before Apollo Creed enters the boxing ring, in reference to the character's patriotism.
Lastly, Leontius intimates that Theodore wrote a portion of a liturgy; "not content with drafting a new creed, he sought to impose upon the church a new Anaphora".
But he was completely social in his outlook, in his passion for justice, in his desire for the self-realization of all people regardless of race, color or creed.
Christians who profess the Nicene Creed, which is the majority, believe that the "Kingdom of God" will be fully established at the Second Coming of Christ. Some other Christians claim that the Kingdom is a "spiritual Kingdom of Grace".
However, it becomes clear that Calvin had not intended to pass Stoic elements into Protestant theology, and in fact Calvin attacks the Stoic creed more often than he approves it.
Caffyn did not vent his views in print, but in his preaching he avoided 'unrevealed sublimities,' and in conversation he owned his disagreement with material points in the Athanasian creed.
It also featured the reforming of the Party Planning Committee after being broken up in "Moroccan Christmas", and briefly showed Creed's continual habit of using the women's bathroom as seen in "Women's Appreciation".
Producer Creed Taylor worked with guitarist Wes Montgomery on three popular records.
It was a question of spirit of convictions and purpose, not a creed or birthplace.
He is also working on the follow up Ten album to Heresy and Creed.
Admissions are open to all persons of either sex and of whatsoever religion, race, creed or color who are academically qualified for admission to the courses of study offered by the college.
The First Mayor of the Gladstone Regional Council is George Creed, who was the Mayor of the Calliope Shire Council.
The church is said to contain the oldest known altar tablets, Decalogue, Lord's Prayer, and Apostles' Creed, in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
In 2004 it has more than 88 congregations and 133 house fellowships with 10,000 members and the denomination adheres to the Apostles Creed, Heidelberg Catechism and the Canons of Dort.
Unsurpassed in sweetness and charm, and by a consistent strain of high moral purpose coming from his poetic creed, seeing the poet as a prophet.
The Apostles Creed and the Westminster Confession are the offisial standards.
The 1970 Flow album has the distinction of being among the very first issued on the newly independent CTI Records label, founded by noted jazz producer Creed Taylor.
Andrew Knowles is a graduate of the Glasgow School of Art and continues to work extensively with artists David Shrigley and Martin Creed.
An entry of the Liber Pontificalis, the one covering Pope Liberius, mentions Helena being a devout Christian and an adherent of the Nicene Creed.
In 1555, after the Lutheran creed was accepted the monastery was given some of its property back.
He blessed the divine child with all his heart and soul that he would establish the Vedanta creed and be a terror to the religiose and their false arguments.
In the sanctuary are 18th-century panels with the Ten Commandments, the Lord's Prayer and the Creed.
It is the central tenet of Christian faith and theology and part of the Nicene Creed: "On the third day he rose again in accordance with the Scriptures".
The creed also makes reference to appearances to unidentified individuals.
According to the Acts of the Apostles and Paul's Letter to the Galatians, he had contact with at least two of the named witnesses of the creed, James and Peter.
Hans Von Campenhausen and A. M. Hunter have separately stated that the creed text passes high standards of historicity and reliability of origin.
For this and other reasons, it is widely believed that this creed is of pre-Pauline origin.
Geza Vermes writes that the creed is "a tradition he has inherited from his seniors in the faith concerning the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus".
The creed's ultimate origins are within the Jerusalem apostolic community having been formalised and passed on within a few years of the resurrection.
It was initially founded by the Sisters of Mercy but has always treated patients without regard to class or creed.
San Marco is also a place which is used in several video games such as in Tekken, Assassin's Creed II and Venetica.
According to the NSCL Constitution, the objectives of the organization are as follows: Creed and Song.
NSCL Creed We, the members of the Senior Classical League, covenant to hand on the torch of classical civilization in the modern world.
Each creed retained its ceremonies, and all participants pledged to cooperate with each other, and to invite each other to synods.
The only Protestant creed that retained its position was Lutheran Church, which was very strong among German-speaking residents of Royal Prussia.
"The Creed" debuted and peaked at #104 on the Billboard 200 chart for the week of March 13, 2004, and to date has spent a total of eight weeks there.
Under Oliver Bowden, he has written four novels based on the "Assassin's Creed" series: ', ', ' and '.
Luciferianism can be understood best as a belief system or intellectual creed that venerates the essential and inherent characteristics that are affixed and commonly given to Lucifer.
Luciferianism is often identified as an auxiliary creed or movement of Satanism, due to the common identification of Lucifer with Satan.
A soldier is above politics and should not believe in caste or creed," was another insight of this soldier.
The difference in social status, caste or creed does not come in the way of their friendship.
According to Sayajirao Gaekwad it was built to commemorate the benefactors of his state irrespective of their race, caste or creed.
His political creed was that 'as sure as a lobster turns red by boiling, a whig grows tory when long in power.
In addition to this, students from all strata of society, irrespective of caste, creed, community, religion and financial background are also given admission, based on merit.
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draconian - extremely severe; Ex. draconian punishment; CF. Draco: Athenian politician
prosper - become successful (esp. financially); thrive; grow well; Ex. children prospering under his care
stentorian - (of the voice) extremely loud; CF. Stentor: a loud herald in the Iliad
peripheral - of a periphery; marginal; outer; of minor importance; not central; Ex. peripheral nerve/interest
exploit - brave and successful act; deed or action, particularly a brave deed; CF. crossing the Atlantic ocean
subterfuge - stratagem(deceptive scheme); pretense; evasion; Ex. resort to a harmless subterfuge
unison - unity of pitch (in musical performance); complete accord; Ex. The choir sang in unison.