Is a term used in trinitarian theology to describe the divine origination of the Holy Spirit which is different from the begetting of the Son. The Western a term translated from the Greek word “Ecclesia” which means an assembly called together and is sometime translated as a congregation. A church is... more adopted the is derived from the Latin word for teaching, doctrina, and is an important aspect of Christianity more so than other world religions because Christian... more of See filioque. more teaches that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father “and the Son,” which the Eastern a term translated from the Greek word “Ecclesia” which means an assembly called together and is sometime translated as a congregation. A church is... more opposed as an unauthorized addition to the Refers to the Trinitarian theology accepted by the Council of Nicaea in A.D. 325 that is the foundation of the “Nicene Creed” that was actually fo... more Creed. The dispute regarding this issue was the straw the broke the camel’s back causing the split between the Eastern and Western Churches. See Latin work translated as “and of the Son.” This term was added to the Western version of the Nicene Creed to indicate that the Holy Spirit “proc... more.