This book does not pretend to impart any information to the learned historians of the creeds, save that, for better or worse, the author has often made use of their works. Nor does it deal in depth with any of the current theological problems, although it does not avoid alluding to them in passing. Nor should one seek in this book a systematic study or trinitarian doctrine or Christology. Its purpose is not even, at least not directly, pastoral. Rather, we have tried to make it sort of an introduction to catechesis, addressed to all those who, either in preparing candidates fro baptism or in teaching children or in a day to day preaching to Christian people, are entrusted with this most beautiful of all the roles: handing on the faith received from the apostles, always and infinitely fruitful even as it was when they themselves received it from Jesus Christ.
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