Catechetically


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Cat`e`chet´ic`al`ly


adv.1.In a catechetical manner; by question and answer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A copy of Cardinal Arinze's letter directing that the translation of "pro multis" be changed to "for many" instead of the literally incorrect (but catechetically explicable) "for all" can be found at http://www.nccbuscc.org/romanmissal/ translating_arinze_letter.shtml.
Insisting that it is not possible to embark on a critical reconstruction of the Christian doctrine without exposing and determining the truth question, (45) Pannenberg invokes the authority of Johann Franz Buddeus (1727) who cited two conditions that systematic theology, then a newly emerging 18th-century term, must meet: it must deal with its subject matter comprehensively and explain, prove, and confirm its content, which, for Pannenberg, shows that systematic theology argumentatively (not catechetically) presents Christian doctrine in ways that involve its truth and the ascertainment of that truth.
The task assigned to all Catholic school teachers, and that DelFra addresses, is presenting "theologically valid and catechetically effective" curricula that are engaging, interesting, and relevant.