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  • 1Catechising — Catechise Cat e*chise, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Catechised}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Catechising}.] [L. catechizare, Gr. ?, equiv. to ? to resound, sound a thing into one s ears, impress it upon one by word of mouth; ? + ? to sound, ? a sound.] [1913… …

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  • 2catechising — catechise (Brit.) v. instruct using questions and answers; question thoroughly; (in Christianity) give religious instructions to a person using questions and answers (also catechize) …

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  • 3catechising — catˈechīzing or catˈechīsing noun • • • Main Entry: ↑catechize …

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  • 4Six ages of the world — [ thumb|right|From the Winchester Bible, showing the seven ages within the opening letter I of the book of Genesis. This image is the final age, the Last Judgement. For images of the other six ages see External links below.] The Six Ages of the… …

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  • 5John Willison — John Willison, (1680 ndash;3 May 1750) was an evangelical minister of the Church of Scotland and a writer of Christian literature.His father was laird of a small property near Stirling, where John Willison was born. He was inducted to the parish… …

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  • 6Christian Doctrine —     Christian Doctrine     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Christian Doctrine     Taken in the sense of the act of teaching and the knowledge imparted by teaching , this term is synonymous with CATECHESIS and CATECHISM. Didaskalia, didache, in the… …

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  • 7Catechisation — Cat e*chi*sa tion, n. [LL. catechizatio.] The act of catechising. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8Catechise — Cat e*chise, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Catechised}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Catechising}.] [L. catechizare, Gr. ?, equiv. to ? to resound, sound a thing into one s ears, impress it upon one by word of mouth; ? + ? to sound, ? a sound.] [1913 Webster] 1. To… …

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  • 9Catechised — Catechise Cat e*chise, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Catechised}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Catechising}.] [L. catechizare, Gr. ?, equiv. to ? to resound, sound a thing into one s ears, impress it upon one by word of mouth; ? + ? to sound, ? a sound.] [1913… …

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  • 10Augustine of Hippo — This article is about the theologian and philosopher, Augustine of Hippo. For his theodicy regarding the problem of evil, see Augustinian theodicy. Augustine , Saint Augustine , and Augustinus redirect here. For other uses, see Augustine… …

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  • 11Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers — Christianity portal A Select Library of the Nicene and Post Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church, usually known as the Nicene and Post Nicene Fathers (NPNF), is a set of books containing translations of early Christian writings into English. It …

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  • 12Catechism — A catechism (pronEng|ˈkætəkɪzəm; gr. κατηχισμός) is a summary or exposition of doctrine, traditionally used in Christian religious teaching from New Testament times to the present. [ [http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=2727… …

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  • 13William Perkins (Puritan) — William Perkins (1558 1602) was a clergyman and Cambridge theologian who was one of the foremost leaders of the Puritan movement in the Church of England. Early lifePerkins was born to Thomas and Anna Perkins at Marston Jabbett in the parish of… …

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  • 14Westminster Larger Catechism — The Westminster Larger Catechism along with the Westminster Shorter Catechism is a central catechism of Calvinists in the English tradition throughout the World. History In 1643 when the Long Parliament of England called the Westminster Assembly… …

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  • 15Dechristianisation of France during the French Revolution — History of France series French Revolution Causes Estates General National Assembly Storming of the Bastille National …

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  • 16Popular Tales of the West Highlands — is a four volume collection of fairy tales, collected and published by John Francis Campbell, and often translated from Gaelic as well. Alexander Carmichael was one of the main contributors.Volume IV contained Ossian .Fairy talesVolume I*The… …

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  • 17Robert Cawdrey — (ca. 1538 after 1604) produced one of the first dictionaries of the English language, the Table Alphabeticall , in 1604. CareerRobert Cawdrey did not go to college, but became a school teacher in Oakham, Rutland, in 1563. In 1565, Cawdrey was… …

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  • 18Richard Bernard — (1568 1641) was a Puritan pastor and English writer. Bernard was born in Epworth, England and received his education at Christ s College, Cambridge. He obtained his BA in 1592, a second BA in 1595, and an MA in 1598. He was married in 1601 and… …

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  • 19William Fitzgerald (bishop) — William Fitzgerald (1814–1883) was the Church of Ireland bishop of Killaloe.Fitzgerald, son of Maurice Fitzgerald, M.D., by his second wife, Mary, daughter of Edward William Burton of Clifden, county Galway, and younger brother of Francis… …

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  • 20William Brodie Gurney — (1777–1855), was a famed English shorthand writer and philanthropist of the 19th century.BiographyGurney, grandson of Thomas Gurney (1705–1770) and brother of Sir John Gurney (1768–1845), was younger son of Joseph Gurney (1744–1815), shorthand… …

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