The Heidelberg Catechism, first approved in 1563, is a
confessional document of the Protestant movement considered one of
the most ecumenical of the confessions. Published to coincide with
the catechism's 450th anniversary, this book explores the
Heidelberg Catechism in its historical setting and emphasizes the
catechism's integration of Lutheran and Reformed traditions in all
of its major doctrines. An appendix contains a translation of the
Heidelberg Catechism recently prepared and adopted by three of the
Reformed denominations that recognize the catechism as one of their
confessions: the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the Reformed Church
in America, and the Christian Reformed Church in North America.
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