Released in the UK September 2022
Released in the US September 2022
Hardback 240 X 170 | 128 Pages
Read to me: 4–6
Read Myself: 7–10
9781527109025 • £13.99 $19.99
BISAC – JNF049260
For almost 400 years families have been using The Westminster Shorter Catechism as a guide to understanding the basics of the Christian faith. This new, illustrated edition breathes fresh life into these timeless questions and answers, helping a new generation to learn the primary truths drawn from the Bible and laid out by our fathers in the faith. Ira Miniof’s striking images will help families engage with and meditate on the meaning of each entry.
Andrew Green is a layman with an interest in Reformed theology. He enjoys reading, coffee, the outdoors and spending time with family and friends.
A church planter at Christ the Saviour Presbyterian Church, Krakow, Poland. In 2017 he founded Polish Reformed publishing house MW Books.
Ben Preston is the minister of Craigy Hill Presbyterian Church in Larne, Northern Ireland. He loves the outdoors, riding his motorcycle and podcasting.
This beautifully illustrated version updates the language without losing the meaning or simplicity of the original. As a result, it could be an extremely useful tool in defending the truth once delivered to the saints.
Well–known pastor and apologist
The Shorter Catechism … has shaped the lives of generations of Christians throughout the world. So it is fitting that it should be produced in this beautiful 21st century edition. For genuine beauty, true likeness to Jesus Christ, is what the Catechism helps to create in anyone––old or young––who uses it faithfully.
Sinclair B. Ferguson
Chancellor’s Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi
I’m thankful for this new edition of these time–tested questions and answers, updated, simplified, and beautifully pictured. Here is a beautiful catechism, beautifully pictured, so that we might behold more clearly our beautiful God.
Senior Pastor, University Reformed Church, East Lansing, Michigan
We have used the Westminster Shorter Catechism with our own children, and now with our grandchildren. This is by far the most visually attractive version we have ever encountered. We expect that many parents will want to get a copy as soon as they see it!
Redeemer City to City