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The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity
Khaled AnatoliosKhaled Anatolios

Summaries of the articles of Christian belief. While the New Testament does not provide a fixed formula for expressing the contents of Christian belief, it does contain creedal elements that confess belief in the lordship of Christ, as well as binitarian formulae that speak of Jesus’s relation to the Father, and trinitarian formulae that refer to Christ, the Father, and the Spirit. In the first three centuries ... ...

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