The Making of the Creeds Paperback

by Frances Young (Edward Cadbury Professor of Theology, University of Birmingham);

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The Making of the Creeds

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In lucid and non-technical prose, Young demonstrates how and why the two most familiar Christian creeds - the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed - came into being. She describes how creeds originated in instruction before baptism and have their roots in the New Testament itself. She then shows how the rise of Gnosticism and a tendancy towards fragmentation in the church made a clear statement of faith necessary, as well as outlining the various controversies which led to particular words and phrases being included in the creeds as we now have them. She then describes the construction of the great Christian doctrines of the Trinity and incarnation.

The Making of the Creeds by Frances Young (Edward Cadbury Professor of Theology, University of Birmingham) was published by SCM in May 2002 and is our 22048th best seller. The ISBN for The Making of the Creeds is 9780334028765.

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Details for The Making of the Creeds

Page last updated 24th October 2015
Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback (B format)
PublisherSCM (May 2002)
EditionNew edition
Preface byGareth Jones (Professor of Christian Theology, Christ Church University College, Canterbury)
Number of Pages130
Thickness154 mm
Height198 mm
Width129 mm
Product Code11666
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