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Diocese of the South, Orthodox Church in America
Denton, Texas
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Basics of Orthodoxy 301 -- The Creed

Basics of Orthodoxy 302: The Divine Liturgy
January--March 2022, Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.


Basics of Orthodoxy 301: The Nicene Creed

14 Sessions

Creed 1: Introduction: The Need for a Creed

Article One

Creed 2: “I Believe”

Creed 3: “One God”

Creed 4: “The Father”

Creed 5: “The Almighty”

Creed 6: “Maker. . . of All Things”

Creed 7: The Problem of Evilf

Article 2

Creed 8 Christ’s Divinity

Article 3

September 24 Creed 9: Christ’s Humanity

Articles 4-6

Creed 10: Christ’s Death, Resurrection, Ascension

Article 8

Creed 11: “In the Holy Spirit”

Article 9

Creed 12: “In One, Holy Catholic Church”

Article 10

Creed 13: “One Baptism” and the Mysteries

Articles 7, 11, 12

Creed 14: Eschatology

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St. Maximus the Confessor Orthodox Church is part of the Diocese of the South, which is presided over by The Right Reverend Alexander, Bishop of Dallas, the South and the Bulgarian Diocese. Our mission is bringing the joy of Christ's resurrection to those who have never heard the Good News, and to strengthen and encourage the faithful who reside within Denton and the local area. 

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