Tim Keller writes about catechesis, the Bible, and what it means to be instructed in Christian doctrine.

Historic Christian churches, like the Anglican Church, place a heavy emphasis on being instructed in the faith. The process of catechesis is a little deeper than “Sunday School,” as it involves a systematic survey of theology proper (the study of God and trinity), soteriology (the study of salvation), and the church (ecclesiology), among other things.

Before they were baptized, new Christians were often catechized and able to recite synopses of Christian teaching through the recitation of creeds.

Read Tim Keller’s article on Crossway.

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