Theology Creed

What We Believe

We believe in the one, true, living God

Sovereign over creation

Humanity is greatest creation, and

He gave us the capacity to love and reason

The Apostles Creed
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Ecumenical creeds or the Universal Creeds is an umbrella term used in Lutheran tradition to refer to three creeds: the Nicene Creed, the Apostles’ Creed and the Athanasian Creed. These creeds are also known as the catholic or universal creeds.

These creeds are accepted by almost all mainstream Christian denominations in the West, including Lutheran, Reformed, Catholic, and Anglican. Many Methodist churches
accept the Nicene Creed and Apostles’ Creed. The Eastern Orthodox Church accepts the Nicene Creed, but does not use the Apostles’ Creed or the Athanasian Creed.

A creed by definition is a summary or statement of what one believes. It originates from the Latin credo meaning “I believe”. The purpose of a creed is to act as a yardstick of correct belief. A creed is an epitome, not a full definition, of what is required for orthodoxy. It was hoped that by memorizing this summary of the faith, lay people without extensive theological training would still be able to recognize deviations from orthodox doctrines based on the Bible as interpreted in Christian tradition. The term ecumenical can refer to efforts by Christians of different church traditions to develop closer relationships and better understandings. The term is also often used to refer to efforts towards the visible and organic unity of different Christian churches in some form.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecumenical_creeds

All Creeds

Apostles’ Creed
Creed of Nicaea
Nicene Creed
Chalcedonian Creed
Athanasian Creed
The Didache
The Creed of Aristides of Athens
The Creed of Cyprian of Carthage
The Der Balyzeh Papyrus
The Creeds of Arius and Euzoius
The Creed of Alexander of Alexandria
The First Synod of Antioch
The Second Dedication of Antioch
The Baptismal Creed of Jerusalem
The Apostolic Constitutions
World Evangelical Alliance Statement of Faith
National Association of Evangelicals
The Unaltered Augsburg Confession,
The Doctrine of the African Orthodox Church
Westminster Confession of Faith
Common Declaration of Pope John Paul II
A New Creed United Church of Canada
The Statement of Faith of the American Baptist Association
The Statement of Beliefs of the North American Baptist Conference
The Orthodox Creed
The Free-will Baptist Confession
The Holy Spirit and the Catholicity of the Church
The Church’s Unity, World Council of Churches
The Christian Unitarian Creed


We base our theology on “Only One God ” as in John 1 and 1 Ephesian 4:5. From various doctrines methods or styles where those parts are considers the best to our knowledge that make sense by reason. God is a single power defined as the One or All which is composed of everything it has ever created. This supreme energy force does not rule over the Universe, He is the Universe, He is the Universal Christ.

Abp. Eric Michel

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