Each element of the Catechism will unfold more and more as your students view it and experience it from different angles.
Think of a timeless truth from the catechism as a statue in a museum gallery. Your first vision of the statue is in an important one, but that’s not the only way to view it. You can step closer, view it from a different angle, and back up to see it from farther away. Changing your perspective can only deepen your appreciation and understanding of it—and the same applies to how we view the catechism.
These five angles provide a well-rounded way of looking at the catechism to encourage lifelong learning and deep thinking.
These four questions get to the heart of Scripture, helping students uncover their place in God’s salvation story.
Equipped with these questions, students are free to dig into any part of God’s Word, giving them a purpose behind their learning.
As students grow and mature in their faith, these questions still apply—the timeless truths will speak in different ways. God’s Word doesn’t change; it speaks, encouraging a lifelong study of Scripture.
As you help students learn and confirm the timeless truths of God’s Word, use this broad rubric to check for understanding along the way.