What was the relationship between the church, Scripture, and the creeds of the early church? What implications do these creeds, specifically the Nicene Creed, have in today's postmodern, ecumenical context? Nicene Christianity presents some of the world's premier theologians in an exploration and exposition of the Nicene Creed and explores the practical implications of confessing the Creed as Christians, then and now. Includes essays by John Zizioulas, Colin Gunton, Elaine Storkey, Robert Jenson, William Abraham, John Webster, and others.
Explores the Nicene Creed both in light of what the Creed was about in its original setting and what it can contribute today.
Christopher Seitz is professor of biblical interpretation at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto. He is the author or editor of more than a dozen books, including Word without End.