As Christians, we know that the real apocalypse is a lot weirder and more awful than the robot apocalypse. But as our StackExchange overlords apparently want to immanentize the robot eschaton, I guess we're not supposed to mod-hammer delete and burninate users who do so. Oh well, I can still have my private hatreds and seethe with rage on this side of the monitor.
That being said, if someone's gonna post chatGPT generated stuff it better be good. This answer is not good. It picks one part of the question and then runs with it, doesn't really answer the question at hand it just picks one part of the question, unnecessarily explains the history behind it and then explains why it explained the history
The Council of Nicaea, convened in 325 AD, was called in response to the growing influence of Arianism, a theological doctrine proposed by Arius, a presbyter from Alexandria. Arius argued that the Son (Jesus Christ) was created by the Father, and therefore, was not co-eternal with the Father, essentially making Jesus less than God the Father.
Nobody asked about Arianism, they asked about the Nicene Creed which refutes Arianism, but it still in use and not just to refute Arianism, but to provide a model for what the Catholic Church and her offshoots believe to this day. So spending 4 paragraphs talking about the council and almost no time talking about the Bible is pointless.
So, I'll leave this for now, maybe another mod will delete it, but it is an example of a BAD answer, if you want to use generative AI to help you research a question, fine, but please don't post that as an answer.