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The Origins and the Evolution of the Nicene Creed Pt. 1 of 2

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Uploaded on Jun 7, 2011

By Benjamin Sibley through professor Rev. Dr. James Kenneth Powell II, opensourcebuddhism.org. 325 sees the meeting at the council of Constantinople and the filioque was added. 300 Bishops convene St. Clement brings in philosophy to the religion. Paul of Samosata sees Jesus as adopted by God. Lucian says the Word is of lesser power than God. Arius agrees and is popular. The Arian controversy caused Constantine to convene the council. Original sin becomes an issue and the Platonic notions mix in. Excess righteousness is a new idea, whereby the you could pass on your goodness to others. Jesus is just a puppet for Arius. Constantine abolished crucifixion, branding slaves on the face, taxing the celibate.... Greek thought had combined with the Bible. Jesus is God was prime for Eusebius. Denial that Jesus created after God, and that he is less than God. Arianism is banned. Finally proof the Holy spirit is God was demonstrated. Nicaeano-Constantinopolitan Creed: return of Christ, the Trinity, an amalgam of the Apostle's Creed and Nicaean here. Homoousis defeated the Arians, but then the filioque controversy commences. 5th century, the West adds the "and from the Son" segment. Excellent narration, Lots of panning evidence, Video 1, nice effects! Music is very appropriate, love the second narrator and effects on the slides/video, love the light rays bits, lots of work on this Ben!

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