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A Briefe Catecheticall Exposition of Christian Doctrine Diuided Into Foure Catechismes, Comprizing the Doctrine of the 1. Two Sacraments. 2. Lords P

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Paperback, 70 pages
Published July 13th 2010 by Eebo Editions, Proquest
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Andy
Sep 13, 2012 Andy rated it it was amazing
Twisse rocks, as usual. Like William Perkins, Twisse rightly abhorred Arminianism wherever he found it. Twisse (1578-1646) was the Prolocutor of the Westminster Assembly, elected to this position unaminously by both houses of Parliament. That tells you something of the regard in which his peers held him. The four catechisms are view succinct and intelligently worded. They were obviously paistakingly worded to convey Reformed doctrine clearly and to anticipate objections.
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