The Apostles’ Creed is one of the oldest creeds in the Western church. Using simple, Scriptural language, the Apostles’ Creed is a formalized “rule of faith,” containing ortodox truths passed down from church leaders in the second century, or possibly earlier. It is still confessed and read aloud in both Protestant and Roman Catholic churches today. The Apostles’ Creed “is not a logical statement of abstract doctrines, but a profession of living facts and saving truths. It is a liturgical poem and an act of worship” (Philip Schaff).
This mini-book contains 38 days of handwriting practice.
The translation used is from the Book of Common Prayer.
The handwriting font used is D’Nealian Cursive.