Provides a history of the Christian creed and versions of how it evolved over time.
Annotated commentary of the Christian creed that answered the challenge of gnosticism by emphasizing the human nature and corporal body of Jesus.
Site of the church to which Pelikan converted and conducts historical research.
Explanation of the primary Jewish declaration of faith in one God.
Further information on the Muslim creed.
Text of 1909 essay by John Stuart Mill that was cited by Pelikan during the show.
Text of Ralph Waldo Emerson's address to the students at Harvard Divinity School in 1838.
A hypermedia archive of encyclicals issued by the Holy See.
Text of an important work by Rabbi Maimonidies that provided a systematic formulation of Jewish theology.
A Speaking of Faith show in which the author and Washington insider discusses his Catholic faith growing up in Brooklyn and the impact of Vatican II.
Pelikan was professor of History at Yale University. He's written more than 40 books, including his 2003 opus, Credo. His most recent work is Whose Bible Is It? A History of Scriptures Through the Ages.
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