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creed (noun) a set of beliefs or principles (religious, political, etc.).

A person's creed is their religious or political beliefs. A creed is a set of principles which a person tries to follow in connection with their religion or political beliefs. People of all creeds means people of different religious beliefs. A secular setup is one in which no one is discriminated against because of their creed, which is their religious, political, or social beliefs or attitudes. The democratic creed is the democratic principle which implies that in a democracy people are assured of freedom. The Christian creed is the set of principles to be followed by all Christians.

  • Though creeds differ in many respects, they are all one in upholding truth, love, and peace as the greatest of virtues, so it is just common sense that people of all creeds should place them above any other principles that distinguish the creeds.
  • When all creeds preach peace and brotherly feeling, it is absurd that in their desire to establish the superiority of their creeds, people of one creed fight and kill people of another creed.
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