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Historic Creeds and Confessions
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Table of Contents

Title Page

Introduction

Apostles' Creed

Nicene Creed

Athanasian Creed

The Heidelberg Catechism

Introduction

The First Part—Of The Misery Of Man

The Second Part—Of Man's Deliverance

The Third Part—Of Thankfulness

The Canons of Dordt

The Belgic Confession

There Is Only One God

By What Means God Is Made Known unto Us

The Written Word of God

Canonical Books of the Holy Scripture

Whence the Holy Scriptures Derive Their Dignity and Authority

The Difference Between the Canonical and Apocryphal Books

The Sufficiency of the Holy Scriptures to Be the Only Rule of Faith

God Is One in Essence, Yet Distinguished in Three Persons

The Proof of the Foregoing Article of the Trinity of Persons in One God

Jesus Christ Is True and Eternal God

The Holy Spirit Is True and Eternal God

The Creation of All Things, Especially the Angels

The Providence of God and His Government of All Things

The Creation and Fall of Man, and His Incapacity to Perform What Is Truly Good

Original Sin

Eternal Election

The Recovery of Fallen Man

The Incarnation of Jesus Christ

The Union and Distinction of the Two Natures in the Person of Christ

God Has Manifested His Justice and Mercy in Christ

The Satisfaction of Christ, Our Only High Priest, for Us

Our Justification Through Faith in Jesus Christ

Wherein Our Justification Before God Consists

Mans Sanctification and Good Works

The Abolishing of the Ceremonial Law

Christ's Intercession

The Catholic Christian Church

Every One Is Bound to Join Himself to the True Church

The Marks of the True Church, and Wherein it Differs from the False Church

The Government of the Church and its Offices

The Ministers, Elders, and Deacons

The Order and Discipline of the Church

The Sacraments

Holy Baptism

The Holy Supper of Our Lord Jesus Christ

The Magistracy (Civil Government)

The Last Judgment

Indexes


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