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Origin of creed
Examples from the Web for creed
“Basically, Scott was a cool, normal guy,” former Creed sound engineer Kirk Kelsey told Rolling Stone.Creed Singer Scott Stapp’s Fall From Grace: From 40 Million Albums Sold to Living in a Holiday Inn|Marlow Stern|November 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Listening to Creed is perhaps his way of saying, “Forget everything you think you know about music, and start with a blank slate.”Jenny Lewis on 'The Voyager,' the End of Rilo Kiley, and High School Classmate Angelina Jolie|Marlow Stern|August 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
With every race and creed of the the world paddling on a lake in Queens, I was eager to see how a team can win or lose.
Indeed, every Assassin's Creed game—aside from a small segment of one—has had a man as its center.
The council concluded with the emperor Constantine insisting that the bishops come to an agreement over the wording of the creed.Plotting Nicea III Could Be Pope Francis's Masterstroke|Candida Moss|June 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Her creed must arise from her own instinctive and intuitive impressions.Idolatry|Julian Hawthorne
To go forth and be great in commerce by deserting his creed would have been nothing to him.Nina Balatka|Anthony Trollope
In the schools everything that might be offensive to any creed was to be omitted from the curriculum.History of the Jews, Vol. V (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz
But what can be more consistent with the principles and professions of the New-Light creed?Quodlibet|John P. Kennedy
Philip's orders had arrived: no Englishman of any creed or kind was to be allowed to trade in his West India dominions.English Seamen in the Sixteenth Century|James Anthony Froude
Word Origin for creed
Old English creda "article or statement of Christian belief," from Latin credo "I believe" (see credo). Broadening 17c. to mean "any statement of belief."