In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1CreedReligionthe (Apostles'/Nicene) Creed — el Credo (apostólico/de Nicea)
2(system of beliefs)credo masculine
- While we respect religious creeds, spiritual leaders and church councils, none of these can bind our consciences or force us to believe or observe anything outside of Bible truth.
- He knew that absolute creeds, whatever their ideal, cannot be reconciled with differing outlooks.
- We are a society of many creeds and religious beliefs.
- Irish Toryism was the dominant political creed down to 1859, at least in terms of Westminster seats.
- It remains a uniting force for people of diverse opinions and political creeds.
- This is not true Hinduism, which has always shown its tolerance and accepted in its fold other creeds and faiths.
- Although the prevailing faith is that of Islam, in no country in the world is a greater variety of religious creeds to be found amongst important sections of the community.
- This chosen nation myth has been the oldest and most continuous creed in American civil religion.
- People should be chosen for public award or recognition on their merits, not according to their race, colour, creed or religion.
- This is as dutiful and strong-willed a creed as any Victorian moralist could hope for.
- Yet wildlife slaughter has never been the prerogative of a single race or a particular political creed.
- Their whole creed in politics, is that it is okay as long as you don't get caught.
- Surely there must be more subtle and effective ways to win people over to your political creed.
- You are intolerant of other races, creeds and religions.
- Constitutional or not, the ideals are part of the American ethos and creed.
- It is the appeasers' doctrine, the creed that inhibits the comprehensive response to a heinous deed.
- Our taxation system should not be based on race, ethnicity, religious belief, or creed.
- Socialism, too, has virtually disappeared, so that liberals and conservatives are seeking a counter-image to contrast to their own political creeds.
- Don't creeds make faith into a matter of doctrines and dogmas?
- The successors to the first apostles were just beginning to organize their ministries and develop the church's worship, creeds, and teachings.
- And an argument without evidence is a sorry one indeed, more akin to a creed or dogma than scientific reasoning.
- What have been the features of this creed that has dominated political life?
- These are voices that represent all world views and political creeds.
- The mayor said Thailand is known for a diversity of religions and creeds.
- The creeds of the church are affirmations of faith and not statements of belief.
- I don't want philosophies, tracts, dogmas, creeds, ways out, truths, answers, nothing from the bargain basement.
- No ideology, creed or policy yet devised has ever stopped people trying to do the best for their children at a purely individual level.
- If that renders its essence elusive, even to those who profess to be its chief practitioners, it also endows this instinctive ideal with a longevity denied to creeds that have been fashioned on the work-benches of ideologues.
- The creed of the leftist religion is that any difference between people is a result of evil social forces.
- Add in the anti-capitalists' flair for dramatic protest, and you have a very attractive political creed.
- Our difference and argument with others is on the basis of their actions, deeds and practice and never on the basis of race, creed or religion.
- On the cover of their magazine was a three inch by five inch mirror, which reflected the face of all their readers of different nationalities, races, religions, and creeds.
- During the past 50 years, our society has been immeasurably enriched by people from different cultures, creeds and religions.
- Historically, creeds have developed whenever religions migrate from their homelands.
- All belief systems, ideologies, creeds, and theological frameworks turn to dust.
- The burden that is laid upon a humanist or an atheist or someone who is not bound by any ideology or creed is that you believe in nothing but you believe in anything.
- Meritocracy really has fallen by the wayside, as a fashionable political creed.
- Churches and philosophers give us the impression that people live by systems and ideologies and creeds and things.
- He scoffed at the disparate creeds of religions, each claiming to see the truth through the colored lenses of its own dogmatism.
- Others, citing religious creeds of one kind or another, claim it was God that unleashed the earthquake and tidal waves to punish humanity.
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