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Comparison of Nicene Creeds of 325 and 381

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  1. The following table presents in the same way the texts of the two Councils, as given in the original Greek language on the Web site Symbolum Nicaeno-Constantinopolitanum - Greek

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  2. The Nicene Creed was originally composed at the First Council of Nicaea in 325, and subsequently revised at the Second Ecumenical Council (the First Council of Constantinople) in 381

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  3. The following table displays side by side both forms of this Creed in the English translation given in Schaff's Creeds of Christendom, which indicates by brackets the portions of the 325 text that were omitted or moved in 381, but uses no typographic

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