creedal creedal


  • (adj) of or relating to a creed


  1. But something greater than creedal formulation took hold of me, a sense that this Lord of Lords belonged to me in all his beauty and grandeur.
  2. The creedal complexions of the others: Methodist 19.
  3. Gradually extra-creedal Christianity begins to put its substance into shape.


  1. "We respect Islam, the donor of countless benefits to mankind, and possessor of a thrilling history," Amis wrote in "The Age of Horrorism." "But Islamism? No, we can hardly be asked to respect a creedal wave that calls for our own...
    on Feb 2, 2007 By: Martin Amis Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. "It is important for us to remember that this is not an innovation," Mohler said. "We did not come up with this." "This comes out of a tradition of confessional subscription, out of a creedal and confessional history of the church...
    on Aug 23, 2007 By: Albert Mohler Source: Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Towers Online

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