The heidelberg Catechism observes the following order: First Part. Man's Misery. Second Part. Man's Redemption, and under this the Creed and the Sacra ments. Third Part. Of Thankfulness, including the Ten Commandments and the Lord's Prayer. Our own Catechism, prepared by the learned divines of the Westminster Assembly, is a much more accurate and comprehensive statement of Christian truth than any of these. Dr. Schaff says that it is one of the three typical Catechisms of Protestantism which are likely to last to the end of time. It is fully equal to Luther's and to the Heidelberg Catechism in ability and inﬂuence, it far surpasses them in clearness and careful wording, and is better adapted to the Scotch and Anglo — American mind, but it lacks their genial warmth, freshness, and childlike simplicity Richard Baxter called it the best Catechism I ever saw, a most excellent sum of the Christian faith and doctrine, and a fit test to try the orthodoxy of teachers. It like the others is also found ed on the traditional group of lessons, the Creed, the Ten Commandments, and the Lord's Prayer, common to all Church Catechisms. It observes the following order.