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The Westminster Shorter Catechism By Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.
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The purpose of the Shorter Catechism is to educate lay persons in matters of doctrine and belief. The WSC is in a simple question and answer format to facilitate memorization. Typically, parents and... More > the church would use the shorter catechism to train their children in the ways of the Lord. New converts are also given the WSC as well as the Confession of Faith and Holy Scripture to study. Various denominations have used the Westminster Confession and Catechism to instruct their members. The catechism is composed of 107 questions and answers. The first 12 questions concern God as Creator. Questions 13-20 deal with original sin and the fallen state of man's nature. Questions 21-38 concern Christ the Redeemer and the benefits that flow from redemption. The next set of questions, 39-84, discuss the ten commandments. Questions 85-97 teach concerning the Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion. The final set of questions, 98-107, teach and explain the Lord's prayer.< Less
Calvinism: The Westminster Standards By Red Beetle
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This is the greatest short explanation of Christianity ever produced by fallible men. It is English Calvinism / Presbyterianism at its best! It was the theology that swept Catholicism out of... More > England. It was the theology that was brought to America by the Pilgrims, and eventually became the foundation of our representative government. Scripture Alone, Predestination, Justification, and much more are fully explained. Nothing is held back, even the Pope of the Roman Catholic Church is correctly identifed to be anti-christ in chapter 25, section 6, of the Westminster Confession Faith. Sola Fide!< Less
Calvinism: The Westminster Standards By Red Beetle
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This is the greatest short explanation of Christianity ever produced by fallible men. It is English Calvinism / Presbyterianism at its best! It was the theology that swept Catholicism out of... More > England. It was the theology that was brought to America by the Pilgrims, and eventually became the foundation of our representative government. Scripture Alone, Predestination, Justification, and much more are fully explained. Nothing is held back, even the Pope of the Roman Catholic Church is correctly identifed to be anti-christ in chapter 25, section 6, of the Westminster Confession Faith. Sola Fide!< Less
The Westminster Larger Catechism By Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.
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In 1643 when the Long Parliament of England called the Westminster Assembly to produce the Westminster Confession, it also asked for a directory of "catechising". The Assembly asked Herbert... More > Palmer to produce a draft of the Larger Catechism. Robert Baillie and other Scottish delegates found the work disappointing. In December 1643 a committee was formed to write the Catechism. In January 1647 the Assembly gave up writing one catechism and split it into two. The Westminster Shorter Catechism was to be "easier to read and concise for beginners" and the Larger Catechism was to be "more exact and comprehensive". The Catechism was completed by the Westminster Assembly in 1647. It was then adopted by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in 1648 and (with modifications relating to the civil magistrate) by the Presbyterian Synod of New York and Philadelphia in 1788.< Less
The Westminster Assembly: Its History and Standards By Alexander F. Mitchell
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Throughout this magnificent work Alexander Mitchell has endeavored to give prominence to aspects of Puritan history which have been generally overlooked, and to treat more briefly of those which have... More > been previously dwelt on. Mitchell writes in an irenic manner, making this a perfect introductory volume to Puritanism and the work of the Westminster Assembly. It has been noted by many that, next to the Scripture itself, there is probably more to be gained from the study of this segment of history than any other single period of history – right up to the present era. Mitchell’s account of this age of brilliance is a veritable information cornucopia in which all lovers of Puritanism, the Westminster Assembly, and especially the truth of Jesus Christ (which these our forefathers in the faith so boldly proclaimed) can readily take delight! Don't miss this fine historical account newly typeset for easy reading.< Less
The Westminster Assembly: Its History and Standards By Alexander F. Mitchell
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Throughout this magnificent work Alexander Mitchell has endeavored to give prominence to aspects of Puritan history which have been generally overlooked, and to treat more briefly of those which have... More > been previously dwelt on. Mitchell writes in an irenic manner, making this a perfect introductory volume to Puritanism and the work of the Westminster Assembly. It has been noted by many that next to the Scripture itself there is probably more to be gained from the study of this segment of history than any other single period of history – right up to the present era. Mitchell’s account of this age of brilliance is a veritable information cornucopia in which all lovers of Puritanism, the Westminster Assembly, and especially the truth of Jesus Christ (which these our forefathers in the faith so boldly proclaimed) can readily take delight! Don't miss this fine historical account newly typeset for easy reading.< Less
Creeds and Confessions By David Coons
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A one-volume collection of Reformed creeds, confessions, and catechisms: The Apostles' Creed, The Nicene Creed, The Chalcedonian Creed, The Athanasian Creed, Westminster Confession of Faith,... More > Westminster Shorter Catechism, Westminster Larger Catechism, Belgic Confession of Faith, Heidelberg Catechism, Canons of Dordt. This is being offered at cost.< Less
Scottish Confession of Faith (1560) By Anonymous Anonymous
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The Scottish Confession of Faith, or the “Scots Confession,” appeared during the Protestant Reformation in, of course, Scotland. Its group of six authors—all of whom happened to... More > share the first name “John”—included John Knox, one of Calvinism’s most influential leaders. The Confession’s twenty-five chapters detail the Christian faith as understood by contemporary followers of John Calvin. The Scottish Confession remained the official Confession of the Church of Scotland until the Westminster Confession replaced it in 1648. -Kathleen O'Bannon, CCEL Staff< Less
The Pattern of Sound Words: Baptist Catechism, Biblical Confession of Faith, and New Testament Philosophy of Ministry By Massimo Lorenzini
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To "catechize" means to teach biblical truth in an orderly way, usually by question and answer. This book contains a revision of "The Baptist Catechism" first published by... More > Baptists in 1693 in London, England. It is patterned after the well-known reformed Westminster Shorter Catechism. Also included is a lengthy and detailed confession of faith and a theology-driven philosophy of ministry. This book is sent forth with the prayer that God would use it to establish contemporary Christians in the foundational doctrines of biblical faith and practice.< Less
When the Mountain Thundered By Chuck Baynard
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Commentary on the practical application of the Ten Commandments for today based on the Westminster Larger Catechism. by Dr. Chuck Baynard 290 pages paperback

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