Its Origin and Signification. "There are many students who have been, and indeed still are, earnest Christians; and though their faith has gradually broadened out into unorthodoxy, they have retained a strong affection for the forms and ceremonials of the religion into which they were born. It is a pleasure to them to hear the recitation of the ancient prayers and creeds. I have thought that it might be of interest to such students to have some slight account of the real meaning and origin of those very remarkable basic formul of the Church which are called the Creeds, so that when they hear them or join in their recital the ideas brought into their minds thereby may be the grander and nobler ones originally connected with them, rather than the misleading materialism of modern misapprehension." Contents: Earlier Creeds; Their Origin; Descent into Matter; Exposition of the Creeds; Athanasian Creed.Chapter I. The Earlier Creeds
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