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Definition of Catechetics
Catechetics Cat`e*chet"ics, n.
The science or practice of instructing by questions and
CatecheticCatechetic Cat`e*chet"ic, Catechetical Cat`e*chet"ic*al, a.
[Gr. ?. See Catechise.]
Relating to or consisting in, asking questions and receiving
answers, according to the ancient manner of teaching.
Socrates introduced a catechetical method of arguing.
Meaning of Catechetics from wikipedia
this time, catechumens attended several meetings
of intensive catechetical
by the bishop
himself, and often accompanied
- the key beliefs shared among major
denominations, as stated
in their catechetical
texts. Christian views
110 AD from Saint Ignatius
to the Smyrnaeans. In the Catechetical Lectures
(c. 350) of Saint Cyril
of Jerusalem, the name "Catholic Church"...
- used by a number
of Christian denominations
for both liturgical
purposes, most visibly
by liturgical churches
of Western Christian
- The Catechetical School
was a school
of Christian theologians
in Alexandria. The teachers
of the school
of Catholic catechetics
with his name being synonymous
with the "kerygmatic renewal."[vague] He argued
18th-century hymnals tended
the hymn as Trinitarian rather
, and 20th-century...
- Book V: 3 (Origen). Retrieved
2017. of Jerusalem, Cyril. Catechetical Lecture
35. newadvent. Retrieved
2016. of Alexandria...
- View Books, Michigan, p. 15. De Marchi, John. True Story
of Fatima, Catechetical Guild Educational
Society, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1956 Petruzzello, Melissa...
- Paschal homily
in Gr**** as Hieratikon
or as the Catechetical
Homily) of St John Chrysostom
(died 407 AD) is read aloud
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