The Swander Lectures for 1911, George W. Richards’ The Heidelberg Catechism: Historical and Doctrinal Studies is divided into three parts. The first presents the history of the Catechism, the second examines the doctrinal aspects of it, and the third part is an English translation of the tercentenary edition along with illuminating notes on the text.
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George W. Richards (1869–1955) was professor of church history in the Theological Seminary of the Reformed Church in the United States and the author of Creative Controversies in Christianity, Reformed What?, and The Mercersburg Theology Historically Considered.