Shorter Catechism


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Shorter Catechism

n
(Protestantism) chiefly Presbyterian Church the more widely used and influential of two catechisms of religious instruction drawn up in 1647
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there could be many other suggestions for his rebellion than just the Westminster Confession, the Shorter Catechism, etc.
14) Thus, in 1907 the articles were adopted by the newly formed national Presbyterian Church of Korea, and since then they have become the Korean Presbyterian churches' most influential confession, along with the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Shorter Catechism.
The Westminster Shorter Catechism put it well, when, answering the question "What is the chief end of man?
concentrates on the influence of dialogue, both catechistic in The Shorter Catechism of the Presbyterian Church and elenctic in the Socratic tradition.
Circumstantial evidence and speculative hypotheses are used to "argue" that Hegel came from a strongly pietistic family and was trained in Luther's Shorter Catechism.
The 122nd question of the Shorter Catechism speaks of duty to others .
I grew up in an age when there'd long ceased to be any mention of the Westminster Shorter Catechism in our Sunday school.
She strongly believed in the affirmation of the shorter catechism that the chief purpose of mankind is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.
Many readers will recall being asked that question in their Sunday school years as they, sometimes unhappily but usually diligently, attempted to memorize the Shorter Catechism.
The second question asks why the Shorter Catechism does not give God's love the same emphasis as his attributes of wisdom, power, holiness, justice, goodness and truth.
I remember receiving a certificate for memorizing the 107 questions and answers of the Shorter Catechism.
Bill's life was characterized by the first question and answer of the Shorter Catechism, which he loved and knew so well.