Theology, Philosophy, Culture and Public Life


The NICENE CONSTANTINOPOLITAN CREED, professed by billions of Christians throughout the world, makes radical claims about the nature of reality and the identity of Jesus Christ.
What are those claims? Can they withstand contemporary scrutiny? Who should care? And, why?
In this remarkably succinct consideration, the 12 basic articles composing the Creed are examined historically, theologically, philosophically, linguistically, scientifically and culturally, in order to access more fully the treasure to which the Creed provides such a unique yet “under-utilized” key.