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Luther's Large Catechism consisted of works written by Martin Luther and compiled Christian canonical texts, published in April of 1529. This book was addressed particularly to clergymen to aid them in teaching their congregations. Luther's Large Catechism is divided into five parts: The Ten Commandments, The Apostles' Creed, The Lord's Prayer, Holy Baptism, and The Sacrament of the Altar. It and related documents was published in The Book of Concord in 1580. (from Wikipedia)
 
For Christians, spiritual growth depends on a healthy diet that includes both the milk and meat of God’s Word. But before we can savor large portions of sound doctrine, we need to be able to digest the basics of biblical truth. Whether you are a pastor, Sunday school teacher, or parent, helping others enjoy the “solid food” of Scripture is one of the most important components of discipleship. Released each weekday, this podcast can help Christians, families, and churches enjoy the rich doctr ...
 
A catechism is a summary of the principles of Christian religion and articles of the faith. The Baltimore Catechism specifically was the de facto standard Catholic school text in the United States from 1885 to the late 1960s. It was the first such catechism written for Catholics in North America, replacing a translation of Bellarmine's Small Catechism. The Baltimore Catechism remained in use in nearly all Catholic schools until many moved away from catechism-based education, though it is sti ...
 
The Westminster Larger Catechism, along with the Westminster Shorter Catechism, is a central catechism of Calvinists in the English tradition throughout the world. 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 ...
 
A Closer Look™ with Sheila Liaugminas features notable experts, newsmakers, elected officials, scholars and clergy on a variety of current event topics including social and moral issues, politics, and medical bioethics. Sheila and her guests put the news of the day into sharp focus from a uniquely Catholic perspective.
 
A weekly podcast of Mercy Street Reformed Church. Mercy Street Reformed is a Denver area church plant of the RCUS (Reformed Church in the United States). On this podcast you will learn Reformed teaching from Pastor Chris Moulton. Initially the podcast will make its way through the Heidelberg Catechism - a faithful summary of the Bible (God's Word).
 
This podcast is dedicated to a close reading of the "Catechism of the Catholic Church." Our goal is to understand, in detail, the four pillars of Catholic teaching — the Creed, the sacraments, the moral life, and prayer. Abundant use of Sacred Scripture will enhance our study of the "Catechism." "A Walk through the Catechism of the Catholic Church" is hosted by Jeff Vehige. Jeff holds a BA and MA in theology from the University of Dallas (a small, Catholic liberal arts college) and has been ...
 
We have weekly online Catechism Classes for members of the parish, for those who would like to join (catechumens), and for anyone who would like to learn more about our Faith. The Catechism we use is titled Light for Life (God With Us Publications, 1994) and comes in three volumes; 1. The Mystery Believed, 2. The Mystery Celebrated, 3. The Mystery Lived. It is availabe on the book table in the parish hall for free to anyone enrolled as a catechumen. The set is also available for purchase onl ...
 
A Golden Apple Award-winning Catholic School Religion teacher answers the questions people young and old have about the Catholic faith in a manner consistent with the teachings of the Church. Relying on Scripture, Tradition, and common sense, people can discover the Truth - "on earth as it is in Heaven." What started as a simple classroom activity now casts a much wider net (through the inter-"net") for Christ!
 
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Question: What doth the conclusion the Lord's prayer teach us? Answer: The conclusion of the Lord's prayer, which is, "For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever, Amen." teacheth us, to take our encouragement in prayer from God only, and in our prayers to praise him, ascribing kingdom, power and glory to him. And, in testimony…
 
Question: What do we pray for in the sixth petition? Answer: In the sixth petition, which is, "And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil," we pray, That God would either keep us from being tempted to sin, or support and deliver us when we are tempted. A donor-supported outreach of Ligonier Ministries. Donate: https://gift.ligonier.o…
 
In this episode, we dive into the doctrine of "Total Depravity." Just how bad is our sinful nature and condition? What exactly does it mean that we are born dead in our sin? Do we have the free will to choose to believe in Jesus? These are all very important questions that we dive into during this episode. We also address a few of the misconception…
 
As we inch our way to the end of the Nicene Creed, we reach Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory. Join Christine in this mini-episode to learn what the Catholic Church teaches on the Last Things. How does Christ's death and resurrection pertain to us, His adopted brothers and sisters? What can we expect when our own earthly lives come to an end? Find out in…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Harvest Reformed Church -RCUS is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Church With a Good But False Reputation Subtitle: The Book of Revelation Speaker: Phil Poe Broadcaster: Harvest Reformed Church -RCUS Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/25/2020 Bible: Revelation 3:1-6; 1 John 1:8-10 Length: 34 min.…
 
Christine answers two listener-submitted questions in this episode: How do you manage spiritual or general burnout when you do so much? And What does a typical homeschool day look for you? Join Christine at The Domestic Church - find out how at https://thecatholicmama.com/the-domestic-church/ Like what you hear? Don't forget to subscribe and leave …
 
A new MP3 sermon from Hopewell Associate Reformed Presbyterian is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Praying on Earth As They Do in Heaven (201028 Prayer Lesson in Rev 4:8–11) Subtitle: Prayer Meeting Devotionals Speaker: James Hakim Broadcaster: Hopewell Associate Reformed Presbyterian Event: Prayer Meeting Date: 10/28…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Reformation Orthodox Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Isa. 40:31 Lit. or fig.? Geneology in Neh. 7; Speaking on the Sabbath; Eng. versions Subtitle: Q & A - 2020 Speaker: Joel Ellis Broadcaster: Reformation Orthodox Presbyterian Church Event: Question & Answer Date: 10/27/2…
 
Blessed are the meek who assert healthy boundaries, even when they stir up trouble. For more about the topic of this podcast, watch GNM’s video, “How to handle difficult relationships” @ https://gnm-media.org/how-to-handle-difficult-relationships/. The text of this podcast can be found on our website at http://gnm.org/good-news-reflections/?useDrDa…
 
The only real shame is rationalizing our sins to call them good. For more on the topic of this podcast, see GNM’s WordByte, “Why must we go to Confession if God's love is unconditional?” @ https://wordbytes.org/faqs/why-confession/. The text of this podcast can be found on our website at http://gnm.org/good-news-reflections/?useDrDate=2020-11-05. S…
 
There are no good excuses for saying no to God. For more on the topic of this podcast, use GNM’s WordByte, "How can you be sure what is God's will?" @ https://wordbytes.org/master-needs-you/what-is-Gods-will/. The text of this podcast can be found on our website at http://gnm.org/good-news-reflections/?useDrDate=2020-11-03. Subscribe to receive the…
 
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