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Why Teach Catechism?

The benefit of the Shorter Catechism

The great C.H. Spurgeon had the following to say about the Shorter Catechism:

‘For my part, I am more and more persuaded that the study of a good Scriptural catechism is of infinite value to our children, and I shall see that it is reprinted as cheaply as possible for your use. Even if the youngsters do not understand all the questions and answers in the “Westminster Assembly’s Catechism,” yet, abiding in their memories, it will be of infinite service when the time of understanding comes, to have those very excellent, wise, and judicious definitions of the things of God. If we would maintain orthodoxy in our midst, and see good old Calvinistic doctrines handed down from father to son, I think we must use the method of catechising, and endeavour with all our might to impregnate their minds with the things of God’

Read more: http://protestant-standard.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/the-benefit-of-shorter-catechism.html

These are the catechism resources my family uses:

Children’s Catechism (up to Grade 3 or so):

The Puritans’ Home School Curriculum Bible Primer plus:

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WhyCantISeeGod

Westminster Shorter Catechism (Grades 4-8):

The Puritans’ Home School Curriculum Bible Primer plus:

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Westminster Larger Catechism (Grades 9-12):

The Puritans’ Home School Curriculum Larger Catechism workbooks 1 and 2

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