A Short Instruction Into Christian Religion: Being A Catechism Set Forth By Archbishop Cranmer In 1548, Together With The Same In Latin
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This catechism, written by the influential English churchman Thomas Cranmer, provides a concise and accessible introduction to the principles of the Christian faith. Originally published in 1548, the catechism reflects Cranmer's commitment to the idea of an accessible and comprehensible Christianity, free of the complexity and ritualism that had come to characterize the late medieval church. This edition includes both the original English and Latin versions of the text, making it an essential resource for scholars and students of church history and theology.
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