catechetic


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of or relating to or resembling a rigorous catechism

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of or relating to or involving catechesis

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But while the MSABh and the MSAVBh understood the didactic function of the pudgala as being strictly descriptive--pointing to existing psychological facts in a metaphorical and hypostasized way--Candrakirti interprets it in terms of proselytic and catechetic expediency.
Not only was he catechetic from refusing to eat, he also had quite the vocabulary.
After discussing the terminology and theories of nationalism, Vulpius presents the background to the dispute over the use of Ukrainian in the Bible translation and catechetic literature.
This case study is set within the context of a national reform strategy that strongly espouses oral involvement of learners through "catechetic" interactions, i.e.
This is a problem for the whole family of Orthodox churches, for its theology, and its educational and catechetic programmes.