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- the production of catechisms self-consciously modelled after the older traditions of Cyril of Jerusalem and Augustine. These catechisms showed special admiration...
- such catechisms (e.g. Youcat and the United States Catholic Catechism for Adults) and other expositions of Catholic doctrine, called a "major catechism."...
- and teachers, as well as a synopsis, the Small Catechism, to be memorised by the people. The catechisms provided easy-to-understand instructional and devotional...
- Reformed. John Calvin's Genevan Catechism was especially influential among the British Reformed. The most po****r British catechisms included works by John Craig...
- Operation Catechism was a British air raid of World War II that destro**** the German battleship Tirpitz. It was conducted on 12 November 1944 by 29 Royal...
- catechisms, by adding maps, glossaries or definitions publishers could copyright and sell their own version of the catechism. The Baltimore Catechism...
- Westminster Catechism may refer to: Westminster Shorter Catechism Westminster Larger Catechism...
- "Palatinate Catechism." It has been translated into many languages and is regarded as one of the most influential of the Reformed catechisms. Elector Frederick...
- methods were lists of questions and answers (Catechism). Sermons were also used (Cyril of Jerusalem). Most catechisms were divided into parts, aiming to follow...
- The Testerian catechisms (Spanish: Catecismos testerianos) are religious do****ents used in the evangelization of the New Spain. They explain the Catholic...
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