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Why a Creed?
A Conversation with Robert Louis Wilken
Who Came to the Council of Nicaea?
Which Creed is Which?
The Road to Nicaea
The Council of Nicaea Strove to Answer one of the Central Questions of the Christian Faith, but it also Proved that Theology is Never a Tidy Buisiness
How Arianism Almost Won
After Nicaea, the Real Fight Began
Debating Jesus' Divinity: Did You Know?
Interresting and Unusual Facts about the Council of Nicaea
Pugnacious Defender of Orthodoxy
Debating Jesus' Divinity: Christian History Timeline
The Trials and Triumphs of Nicaea
Changes and Challenges
Dogs, Missions, and Holy Relics
The Dead Sea Scrolls Unrolled
New wine, new wineskins
Taking Care of (Church) Business
More was decided at the Council of Nicaea than the nature of Christ.
Do You Know Whom You Worship?
Did the Nicene Creed distort the pure gospel, or did it embody and protect it?
Saints and Heretics
Key players in a high-stakes game of politics and theology.
A Marriage Made in Byzantium
When it came to determining doctrine, there were limits to an emperor's power.
The Final Act
It took almost 60 years for the church to make Nicaea its standard of faith.
The Council of Nicaea and its bitter aftermath
Holiness of heart, life, and pen
Charles Wesley and Charles H. Sheldon
How Armenia "Invented" Christendom
Surprised by Orthodoxy
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