1811.088: First Chief Head of the Christian Catechism.
Full Title: The first chief head of the Christian catechism, for the instruction of youth in the knowledge of the Christian religion, together with morning and evening hymns, and prayers. By the Rev. Paul Henkel.
Author: Henkel, Paul (1754-1825).
Place Issued: New Market
Issuing Press: Ambrose Henkel
Description: 30 pgs.; 11 cm. (32mo).
This work restates the first of five religious principles that Henkel discussed in his Christian Catechism, Composed for the Instruction of Youth (1811.086); both were juvenile adaptations of his earlier Kleine Catechismus des Martin Luthers (1809.067 & 1811.085), which was itself an adaptation of Luther's Small Catechism of 1529.
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