Friday, January 05, 2007

The Heidelberg Catechism & Project

This is from the Resurgence blog:

"Resurgence is starting its second podcast feed. In this second podcast feed we are going to spend the year on what we are calling the Resurgence Heidelberg Project...Each week Resurgence will podcast one of the sections typically titled as, 'Lord’s Day 1, Lord’s Day 2 and so on' for the rest of 2007, being read by professors, pastors and other godly men and women in the church. The Heidelberg Catechism has been translated into many languages and is the most influential and the most generally accepted of the several catechisms during the Reformation. This Catechism has been noted by many theologians and pastors up to our present day as one of the more practical Catechisms".

An explanation of the project can be found here and the entry for Lord's Day 1 can be found here

2 comments:

Andrew and Carolyn said...

Hi Martin,

Thanks for such a helpful and God-honouring blog: your articles are edifying and inspiring.

Thanks too for the 'heads-up' on the Heidelberg podcast, can't wait to get it on to my iPod.

God bless you.

Martin Downes said...

Thank you for your kind words. This blog really is on online version of what would otherwise be a file marked "heresy" on my desk.

Please be sure to read Scott Clark's "Heidelblog" if you have not done so before. It is a link in the side bar.