The final episode in the Anglican Internet Church’s video series, The Nicene Creed is now available. Episode 8 is focused on the second half of the Creed’s final paragraph, from “who spake by the prophets” through the closing “Amen.” As a bonus feature, the episode includes miniatures of the sixteen major and minor prophets of the Old Testament presented in icons, mosaics, frescoes and engravings from the 11th through the 19th Century.
Topics included are Baptism (with a modern photograph of a baptism in the River Jordan (modern site, not the traditional one which is undergoing restoration and mine removal); Resurrection; Life Everlasting (in the kingdom of the Father); and Amen. The episode includes four illustrations from the Bamburg Apocalypse (11th C.) as used in the AIC Bookstore publication, Revelation: An Idealist Interpretation.
The episode closes with a summary of the series plus a link to another AIC Bookstore publication, The Beliefs of the Anglican Church, in which an explanation is provided of the historical and textual differences between the Nicene Creed and the Apostles’ Creed and how they are used in both the Western and Eastern Church traditions.
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Glory be to God for all things! Amen!