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We close out our conversations on the creeds by talking about the Athanasian creed (which isn’t really a creed nor was it written by Athanasius) plus we highlight an ancient heresy and Lisa delights to learn Jon was wrong* in a previous episode.
Welcome to our 200th episode and thanks for being in the journey with us. This week we’re continuing our exploration of the creeds, inspired by the catechism, focusing on the Apostle’s and Nicene creeds. Plus we learn a bit of Roman history.
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