believe in one God, the Father, who upholds everything, the Creator of
all things that are seen and unseen. [We believe] in one Lord God, and
in Jesus [Christ], the only son of God, [the firstborn] of all beings,
who… in the beginning was not created but begotten by the Father; [true
God] of true God… by whose hand the [aeons] were fashioned and
was created, he who for the sake of men and for our salvation descended
from the heavens and clothed himself in a body by the Holy Spirit, and
became man and entered the womb; who was born of Mary, the virgin, and
[who] suffered agony and [was] raised on the cross [in] the days of
Pilate; and [was buried] and ascended and sits on the right hand of the
Father and is ready to come (again) to judge the dead and the living.
[we believe] in the Spirit of Truth, the Holy Spirit, who went forth
the Father, the Holy Spirit who gives life.
Gillman & Klimkeit, Christians in Asia Before 1500 (Ann
University of Michigan Press, 1999), 252-253.
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