Heidelminicast: Heidelberg Catechism 115—Since We Cannot Keep The Law Perfectly Why Does God Insist On It?

The Heidelberg Catechism is one of the most beloved and well used catechisms to emerge from the sixteenth and seventeenth century Reformation. Published in its final form in 1563, the catechism has been used by millions of Christians to teach the faith to children and adults alike. Arranged in 52 Lord’s Days (Sundays) the catechism takes the Christian through the basics of the Christian faith (our creation, fall, redemption, new life in Christ, and glorification). It explains the Apostles’ Creed, the Ten Commandments, and the Lord’s Prayer. It is a treasure. To encourage listeners and readers, we expect to post one question and answer a day on the HB. If you are subscribed to the Heidelcast or the Heidelblog (see below) you will receive these episodes automatically.

Call or text the Heidelphone anytime at (760) 618-1563. Leave a message or email us us a voice memo from your phone and we may use it in a future podcast. Record it and email it to Heidelcast at heidelcast dot net.

If you benefit from the Heidelcast please leave a five-star review on Apple Podcasts so that others can find it.

Please do not forget to make the coffer clink (see the donate button below).


Subscribe to the Heidelblog today!

One comment

  1. This appeared in perfect time to use in corresponding with an evangelical friend who, after a long life as a Christian, was discouraged at their failure to see more success in eliminating sin from their life. They said, “I am so discouraged that I still struggle with sin, and I seem to find more sin every day.” I know them well enough to attest to their faith, so I was able to use Q&A 115 to provide comfort and encouragement, and hopefully engender interest in Reformed doctrine, piety, and practice. The more seriously I attend to the HC, the more I appreciate its authors in their desire to address the spiritual growth and needs of the Christian in this life.

Comments are closed.