Westminster shorter catechism what is the chief end of man what rule hath god given to direct us how we may glorify and enjoy him what do the scriptures principally teach what is god are there more gods than one how many persons are there in the godhead what are the decrees of god how doth god execute his decrees what is the work of . Shorter catechism q 1 what is the chief end of man a mans chief end is to glorify god and to enjoy him forever q 2 what rule hath god given to direct us how we may glorify and enjoy him. The westminster shorter catechism is a catechism written in 1646 and 1647 by the westminster assembly a synod of english and scottish theologians and laymen intended to bring the church of england into greater conformity with the church of scotlandthe assembly also produced the westminster confession of faith and the westminster larger catechisma version without scripture citations was . Q 1 what is the chief end of man a mans chief end is to glorify god and to enjoy him forever q 2 what rule hath god given to direct us how we may glorify and enjoy him. In modern english with scripture proofs and comments the westminster shorter catechism is a summary or exposition of doctrine traditionally used in christian religious teaching from new testament times to the present
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