Niceno-Constantinopolitan Creed (325 AD)
17th-century Russian icon illustrating the articles of the Creed
First composed in 325 A.D. at the behest of Constantine the Great, and later revised and ratified at the Council of Constantinople in 381 A.D., the Nicene Creed put to rest the Arian heresy as regards Christ’s consubstantiality with the Father.
Icon depicting the Emperor Constantine, with the bishops of the First Council of Nicaea (325), holding the Nicene Creed as adopted in 381.
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