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A creed generally emphasizes the beliefs opposing those errors
that the compilers of the creed think most dangerous at the time.
The Creed of the Council of Trent, which was drawn up by the Roman
Catholics in the 1500's, emphasized those beliefs that Roman
Catholics and Protestants were arguing about most furiously at the
time. The Nicene Creed, drawn up in the fourth century, is emphatic
in affirming the Deity of Christ, since it is directed against the
Arians, who denied that Christ was fully God. The Apostles' Creed,
drawn up in the first or second century, emphasizes the true
Humanity, including the material body, of Jesus, since that is the
point that the heretics of the time (Gnostics, Marcionites, and
later Manicheans) denied. (See 1 John 4:1-3)

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