Definition of credal in English:

credal

Line breaks: cre¦dal
Pronunciation: /ˈkriːd(ə)l
 
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(also creedal)

adjective

  • Relating to a statement of Christian or other religious belief: differences in credal formulation between the two traditions
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    • The current unhappy divisions among some bishops of the Anglican Communion has this issue of creedal Christianity and propositional revelation at its root.
    • Nor does the completion of the canon of Scripture rule out the use of credal statements as tests of orthodoxy and summaries of Scriptural teaching.
    • A longer creedal statement follows in verses 11-13.

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