Reformed Baptist Fellowship

An Orthodox Catechism by Hercules Collins

In Reformed Baptist Fellowship on February 22, 2014 at 11:36 am

Orthodox Catechism

This catechism, first published in 1680, is a Particular (i.e., seventeenth-century Calvinistic) Baptist revision of the Heidelberg Catechism. The editors slightly revised the original for modern use.

The book includes the original Preface by Collins, a Foreword by James M. Renihan, and an Introduction by Michael Haykin and G. Stephen Weaver, Jr.

Here are the chapter titles from the table of contents:

  • Acknowledgements
  • Preface by Hercules Collins
  • Foreword by James M. Renihan
  • Introduction by Michael A. G. Haykin and G. Stephen Weaver, Jr.
  • General Introduction and The First Part: Of  Man’s Misery
  • The Second Part: Of Man’s Redemption (Introductory Questions)
  • The Second Part: Of Man’s Redemption (God the Father)
  • The Second Part: Of Man’s Redemption (God the Son)
  • The Second Part: Of Man’s Redemption (God the Holy Spirit)
  • The Second Part: Of Man’s Redemption (The Sacraments)
  • The Second Part: Of Man’s Redemption (Baptism)
  • The Second Part: Of Man’s Redemption (The Lord’s Supper)
  • The Third Part: Of Man’s Thankfulness (Introductory Questions)
  • The Third Part: Of Man’s Thankfulness (The Law of God)
  • The Third Part: Of Man’s Thankfulness (Prayer)
  • The Nicene and Athanasian Creeds

124 pages
Published 2014

A great tool for solid, doctrinal instruction in church and home.

Available here

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