The Shorter Catechism, after a brief introduction on the end, rule and essence of religion, is divided into two parts:—I.
The Shorter Catechism, which they all understand, is a proof of this.
In spite of the Shorter Catechism, the chief end of man is to make a living.
I wouldn't wonder if you did not know a single word of the Shorter Catechism.
But as pure dogma it fits the spirit of man no more exactly than the Shorter Catechism.
The Shorter Catechism was, perhaps, the most important part of this primer.
But I was a little restive—felt that the limits of the Shorter Catechism were too short and strait for me.
I have been most unjust to the Shorter Catechism, I perceive.
What is the argument at present going on about taking the Shorter Catechism out of the schools?
I will make one exception in my own case—the Shorter Catechism, which was acquired by compulsion and yet remains with me.