catechist

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one who instructs catechumens in preparation for baptism (especially one using a catechism)

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As critically compelling as this essay is, readers might find themselves equally entranced by the sheer lyricism of Smith's analysis: "Beginning in medias res, his voice catechistical and surging against the left margin, rebounding, noisy with its alliteration, boisterous and yet controlled, if barely so, Warren flares the stage lights upon Audubon" (p.
Given the material pitfalls, complex lineage, and ethical mazes of the various heroisms, from Foxeian martyrdom and international warfare to new world colonization and Laudian beautification, the interlocutors acknowledge that skeptical questioning is as integral to the strength of the church as catechistical answers.