The Apostles Creed Summary: The Transcript Of The Apostle Creed

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Transcript of The Apostles Creed
The Apostles Creed
Year 11 - Religion
-Article 1-
I believe in God, the Father Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth.
-Article 4-
He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried.
-Article 3-
Who was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary.
Article 1 states that the existence of God is true and that God is a triune God, stated from the Bible as God the Son, God the Father, and God the Holy Spirit even though there is only one God. This article also states that God created me, the people around me, all the creatures and the Earth that we are living on today. Therefore, this gives God an impression of a divine and powerful profile who was the source of all creations.
-Article 5-
He descended into hell. The third day he arose
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-Article 10- the forgiveness of sins
Article 10 is very important in the everyday life of a Christian and Catholic. It is important as Christians and Catholics know if they do something to sin then God will forgive them if they have taken the right footsteps in life which are done through the two of the seven sacraments, baptism and reconciliation.
-Article 11- the resurrection of the body
Article 11 talks about how Catholics not only believe that our soul endless but also that at one point in time our body is scheduled to rise up from the grave. Simply what this article is trying to say is that death is a temporary detachment between the soul and the human body as a prediction for the end of the world.
-Article 12- and the life everlasting
The concluding article comes with a strong meaning for Catholics mainly on the Resurrection of their bodies. As Jesus died it is only right and just that we die as well and if he rose to heaven then it is also only right and just that us humans shall all rise as well. From here Jesus will be judging the good and bad souls and therefore placing them where he thinks they really belong either in heven or hell.
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