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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 29, 313 | steal. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor. 2 2, 29, 318 | belongs to God alone; by false worship; and by attributing 3 2, 32, 352 | Commandment forbids all false, rash, unjust, and unnecessary 4 2, 34, 378 | is: Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor. ~ 5 3, 7, 327 | Q. 327. Could not false accounts of these miracles 6 3, 7, 327 | the death of Our Lord?~A. False accounts of these miracles 7 3, 8, 381 | an unjust trial, at which false witnesses were induced to 8 3, 8, 406 | prove Christ's miracles false are far more unlikely and 9 3, 9, 431 | assertions are shown to be false by the words of Holy Scripture 10 3, 11, 486 | other nations worshipped false gods.~ ~ 11 3, 11, 514 | that we should remain in a false religion because we were 12 3, 11, 515 | because a thing cannot be false and true at the same time, 13 3, 12, 568 | and show their teaching false;~2. To remove all doubt 14 3, 15, 694 | on all sides by unbelief, false doctrines, bad books, bad 15 3, 25, 1039| they make profession of a false religion in acknowledging 16 3, 29, 1130| 8. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor. 17 3, 30, 1141| commandment means idols or false gods, which the Israelites 18 3, 30, 1146| belongs to God alone; by false worship; and by attributing 19 3, 30, 1148| 1148. How do we offer God false worship?~A. We offer God 20 3, 30, 1148| worship?~A. We offer God false worship by rejecting the 21 3, 30, 1170| formerly believed, to join a false religion; 8. Rationalists 22 3, 30, 1178| show that such an excuse is false and absurd?~A. We show that 23 3, 30, 1178| show that such an excuse is false and absurd because:~ ~1. 24 3, 30, 1178| absurd because:~ ~1. It is false and absurd to say that we 25 3, 32, 1223| commits who knowingly takes a false oath; that is, swears to 26 3, 32, 1223| truth of what he knows to be false. Perjury is a crime against 27 3, 32, 1226| defend our religion against false charges; or to protect our 28 3, 32, 1228| Societies in which any false religious ceremony or form 29 3, 32, 1239| Commandment forbids all false, rash, unjust, and unnecessary 30 3, 34, 1297| getting money or goods by false pretenses and by using either 31 3, 34, 1305| is: Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.~ ~ 32 3, 34, 1307| perjury. Pretense, hypocrisy, false praise, boasting, etc.,


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