1. of or relating to the ancient city of Nicaea in Asia Minor
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  • If one is to read "canonically", one must address why the appropriate approach is to let John and the Nicene Creed be one's guide to Deuteronomy, rather than vice versa. Review of Kostenberger and Swain, Father, Son and Spirit: The Trinity and John's Gospel
  • The whole of it was profoundly congenial, and the opening of the chapter on Nicene Orthodoxy, which expounds creatio ex nihilo and its implications for the doctrine of contemplation, was a revelation.
  • Daniel, I'm not sure if I followed your point about dualism, but the Jewish Christians who produced the Pseudo-Clementine literature had a high but not Nicene Christology that was adoptionist and viewed Jesus as the legitimate son of Joseph - there's a lot of intriguing family resemblance between their views and the Gospel of John. When Did The Word Become Flesh?
  • Unfortunately, I will need to pass over much of Newman's history; for my purpose his hermeneutic is more important than his recapitulation of the Nicene controversy.
  • She just has an affability about her and a niceness about her that permeates everything she does.
  • Snakeskin ankle boots with amber Perspex heels, a David Bowie soundtrack and messy ponytails subverted the niceness of the collection. Paris fashion week turns to Lady Gaga – and a quiet Belgian
  • Generic niceness is a dangerous trait to give a character – particularly the protagonist. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Please do not make your characters generically nice
  • Anthony's niceness and kindness acts as a catalyst on the other kids.
  • What has brought on this discourse about niceness, is a meme in which my friend mom-nos has been nominated as a nice person, and in turn has nominated me, which really chuffs me, especially coming from her. Archive 2007-09-01
  • The Nicene Creed, drafted by an 'oecumenical' conference of bishops under the auspices of Constantine himself, [1] was the last notable formulation of Ancient Greek philosophy. The Balkans A History of Bulgaria—Serbia—Greece—Rumania—Turkey
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