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Creeds and Confessions

button Creeds from the Bible (Statements of Faith)
button The Apostles' Creed: with notes by James E. Kiefer.
button Nicene Creed (325 AD): with notes by James E. Kiefer.
button Notes on the Filioque Clause Controversy
button The Church in the Nicene Creed
button The Definition of Chalcedon (451 AD)
button The Athanasian Creed (c 500 AD)
button Canons of the Council of Orange (529 AD)
button Anathemas of the 2nd Council of Constantinople (533 AD)
button Creeds and Statements from the period after 600 AD
Statement from the 3rd Council of Constantinople (681 AD)
Statement from the Synod of Constantinople (753 AD)
Confession from the Council of Nicea (787 AD)
button Luther's 95 Theses
button The Augsburg Confession, 1530
button The Scottish Confession of Faith, 1560
button The Belgic Confession of Faith, 1561
button The Heidelberg Catechism, 1563
button The Second Helvetic Confession, 1566
button The Thirty-nine Articles of Religion, 1571
button The Canons of the Synod of Dort, 1618-1619
button The Irish Articles of Religion, 1615
button London Baptist Confession, 1644
button London Baptist Confession, Second Edition ("corrected and enlarged"), 1646
button Westminster Confession of Faith, 1646
button Westminster Shorter Catechism
button Westminster Larger Catechism
button Keach's Catechism, 1677
button The Baptist Confession of 1689 (original version with Scripture proofs)
button The Philadelphia Confession, 1742
button Carter Lane Declaration (John Gill's Confession), 1757
button The Baptist Confession, 1689 (Spurgeon's edition)
button The New Hampshire Baptist Confession, 1833
button Spurgeon's Catechism, 1855
button Abstract of Principles, 1858
button The English Baptist Union's 1888 Statement
button Baptist Faith and Message, 1963
button The Nottingham Statement, 1977
button Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy, 1978

A study of the important Creeds and Councils of the Christian Church

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