What is a catechism?
The word “catechism” comes from a Greek word that is used in the New Testament to refer to teaching someone in an orderly and systematic way, by word of mouth, in the form of dialogue–question and answer.
A catechism is an instruction in the Christian faith, taught to all Christians, equipping them to follow Christ as Lord and Savior.
The ICCEC Catechism set in order the fundamental of the faith and our beliefs. We hope you find the Catechism useful and edifying, in the teaching of the faith.
The Catechism is copyrighted and may not be reproduced for commercial purposes. Nothing in the copyright is designed to prohibit congregations from the free use of the texts in the form published.
The ICCEC Catechism