A CRITICAL DIALOGUE CREDO Introduction For centuries, theologians and church leaders have created creeds for the purpose of refuting or rejecting views that are "thought to be contrary to Christian teaching" or threaten to undermine the whole Christian religion.1 In this respect, traditions such as the Apostles’ Creed have served to protect and even shape fundamental thinking and assumptions concerning what it means to be a Christian. For similar purposes, the following study presents a five chapter critical dialogue credo concerning what I believe as a Christian. Preview of the Current Study The study consists of five chapters as follows: 1) My Understanding of God, 2) My Understanding of Sin and Evil, 3) My Understanding of Christology,...The end:
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