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Nicene Creed Jeopardy
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A Christian council in 325 CE in this city gave rise to our fundamental statement of Christian faith.
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A Christian council in 325 CE in this city gave rise to our fundamental statement of Christian faith.
What is Nicea?
Nicea, the interim capital of the Byzantine Empire between 1204 and 1261, was in this modern-day country.
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Nicea, the interim capital of the Byzantine Empire between 1204 and 1261, was in this modern-day country.
What is Turkey?
This Turkish city, now known as Istanbul, was once the imperial capital of the Roman Empire.
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This Turkish city, now known as Istanbul, was once the imperial capital of the Roman Empire.
What is Constantinople?
One of Paul’s epistles was written to the church in this city, where a third ecumenical council affirmed the theology of the original Nicene Creed from 325 CE.
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One of Paul’s epistles was written to the church in this city, where a third ecumenical council affirmed the theology of the original Nicene Creed from 325 CE.
What is Ephesus?
Arius, the presbyter whose philosphy on Jesus’ divinity was addressed by the Nicene Creed, hailed from his city, famous for its library.
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Arius, the presbyter whose philosphy on Jesus’ divinity was addressed by the Nicene Creed, hailed from his city, famous for its library.
What is Alexandria?
While this core concept of Christianity was not established in the Nicene Creed, it helped to more clearly define it.
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While this core concept of Christianity was not established in the Nicene Creed, it helped to more clearly define it.
What is the Trinity?
This controversial clause, known as the filioque clause, defines the relationship of the Holy Spirit to the Father and the Son.
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This controversial clause, known as the filioque clause, defines the relationship of the Holy Spirit to the Father and the Son.
What is “proceeds from the Father and the Son”?
This phrase from the Nicene Creed was meant to make it clear that the Son of God is divine.
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This phrase from the Nicene Creed was meant to make it clear that the Son of God is divine.
What is “begotten, not made” or “of one being with the Father”?
This sacrament is the only one explicitly mentioned in the Nicene Creed.
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This sacrament is the only one explicitly mentioned in the Nicene Creed.
What is baptism?
Violations of orthodox beliefs—such as Sabellius describing the Father, Son and Spirit as the same being with three “faces”—are know by this word.
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Violations of orthodox beliefs—such as Sabellius describing the Father, Son and Spirit as the same being with three “faces”—are know by this word.
What is heresy?
According to the Book of Common Prayer, the Nicene Creed and this “ought thoroughly to be received and believed: for they may be proved by most certain warrants of Holy Scripture.”
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According to the Book of Common Prayer, the Nicene Creed and this “ought thoroughly to be received and believed: for they may be proved by most certain warrants of Holy Scripture.”
What is the Apostles’ Creed?
As it is used in the Nicene Creed, this word means “universal.”
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As it is used in the Nicene Creed, this word means “universal.”
What is 'catholic'?
The catechism of the church found in the Book of Common Prayer notes that these the creeds used in our worship.
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The catechism of the church found in the Book of Common Prayer notes that these the creeds used in our worship.
What is the Nicene and Apostles’ creed?
The Nicene Creed predates this fundamental document of our faith.
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The Nicene Creed predates this fundamental document of our faith.
What is the New Testament?
The controversy over the addition of filioque, or “...and the Son,” sparked the creation of this church in 1054?
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The controversy over the addition of filioque, or “...and the Son,” sparked the creation of this church in 1054?
What is the Eastern Orthodox Church?
This Roman emperor convened the first ecumenical council of Nicea to discuss the heresy of Arianism, the belief that Jesus was not divine.
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This Roman emperor convened the first ecumenical council of Nicea to discuss the heresy of Arianism, the belief that Jesus was not divine.
Who is Constantine?
More than 300 of them attended the First Council of Nicea in 325 CE.
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More than 300 of them attended the First Council of Nicea in 325 CE.
What are bishops?
Constantine, a convert to Christianity in 312 CE, had one overarching purpose in convening the Council of Nicea.
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Constantine, a convert to Christianity in 312 CE, had one overarching purpose in convening the Council of Nicea.
What is a unified church, and thus, a united Empire?
The Episcopal Church is in full communion with another protestant religion that also uses the Nicene Creed among its basic statements of faith.
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The Episcopal Church is in full communion with another protestant religion that also uses the Nicene Creed among its basic statements of faith.
What is the Lutheran Church?
These four words — the so-called “marks of the Church” in the Nicene Creed — describe what we believe about our church.
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These four words — the so-called “marks of the Church” in the Nicene Creed — describe what we believe about our church.
What are “one, holy, catholic, apostolic”?
According to Merriam-Webster, a set of fundamental beliefs; also : a guiding principle.
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According to Merriam-Webster, a set of fundamental beliefs; also : a guiding principle.
What is a creed?
This is the language in which the Nicene Creed was originally written.
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This is the language in which the Nicene Creed was originally written.
What is Greek?
Our version of the Nicene Creed substitutes this pronoun from the earliest English versions of the creed found in the 1662 Book of Common Prayer.
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Our version of the Nicene Creed substitutes this pronoun from the earliest English versions of the creed found in the 1662 Book of Common Prayer.
What is 'I (believe)'?
The Apostles’ Creed was originally written in this language.
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The Apostles’ Creed was originally written in this language.
What is Latin?
This description of the Holy Spirit was missing from the original version of the Nicene Creed in 325 CE.
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This description of the Holy Spirit was missing from the original version of the Nicene Creed in 325 CE.
What is “the Lord and giver of life”?
This Roman emperor called the Council of Constantinople in 381, which laid to rest any creedal doubt that Jesus was anything less than divine.
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This Roman emperor called the Council of Constantinople in 381, which laid to rest any creedal doubt that Jesus was anything less than divine.
Who is Emperor Thedosius?




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