The program, On Being with Krista Tippett, looks at why we might need creeds in our time:
The idea of reciting an unchanging creed sounds suspicious to modern ears. But the late, great historian Jaroslav Pelikan illuminated ancient tradition in order to enliven faith in the present and the future. He insisted that strong statements of belief will be necessary if pluralism in the 21st century is to thrive. We take in his moving, provocative perspective on our enduring need for creeds.
More on the Nicene Creed.
Other readings about creeds, including the Masai creed, are here.