When the Apostle Paul wrote a letter to the Church in Philippi, he included what is probably one of the earliest declarations of Christian belief, or creed. Numerous creeds have been published during the two thousand years of the Church’s existence: in the early centuries by the Ecumenical Councils at which bishops gathered to debate doctrinal controversies, and later on by all manner of church and other organisations and individuals.
The Apostles’ Creed written on one of the side panels of the reredos was probably written during the fourth century of the common era, and not by Jesus’ twelve apostles.
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