Commentary on Heidelberg Catechism
These lectures present a complete exposition of all the leading doctrines of the Christian religion in a most concise and simple form, adapted not only to those who are accustomed to read and think, but also to a very great extent to the common reader. Nor is this done in a outward, mechanical manner, but it introduces us at once into the inmost sanctuary of religion, which all are made to feel is not a mere form or notation, or doctrine, but life and power, springing from Christ, "the Way, the Truth, and the Life."
About the Author
Zacharias Ursinus (1534 - 1583) was the primary framer of the Heidelberg Catechism.