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"He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead and his kingdom will have no end" How should this function in the
Religion and Theology
Pages 5 (1255 words)
The function of the Nicene Creed to the faith of modern-day Christians Name: Course: Tutor: Date: Introduction One of the major questions that face all people, particularly the Christians is the question of, “what happens to a person after they die”. In traditional Jewish traditions and Christianity, the answer to the question has evolved through thousands of years, according to the documented decrees and the values of the bible (Ayres, 2006).
However, during the 2nd century, there was an increasing belief in the resurrection and the ultimate judgement of those that die before the day of judgement. The belief is that the dead will be woken up and some will proceed to enjoy everlasting life while the rest will suffer everlasting disgrace and reproach. This paper will review the effect of the creeds, particularly the Nicene Creed on the faith of modern-day Christians, by exploring its meaning, why it is a creed and its relevance for Christians. Discussion The Christians of today get the basis, for the interpretation of the creed, by exploring the subject covered by the creed during the time of Jesus. During his time, the New Testament tells of the division that existed in the understanding developed around the question, among the Sadducees and the Pharisees, like it is mentioned through Acts 23:8, Mark 12: 18 and Mathew. 22:23 (Muldoon, 2013). However, the position of Jesus about the question was made clear through the account of the gospels. Among the eschatological accounts contained in the bible, which talk about the end of the world, the most memorable is contained in Mathew chapter 25. ...
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