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Orthodox Catechisms in English

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*''The Catechism of the Orthodox, Catholic, Eastern Church''. Printed with the blessing of St. Tikhon, 1901. South Canaan, PA: St. Tikhon's Seminary Press, 1997.
::Format: Question and Answer<br>Organization: Three parts—Faith ([[Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed|Creed]]), Hope (Lord's Prayer and [[Beatitudes]]), Charity (Commandments)
*Demetry, Rev. Constas, D.D. ''Catechism of the Eastern Orthodox Church, With Most Essential Differences of Other Principal Churches Scripturally Criticized''. Approved by the Holy Synod, 1929. N.p., 1935.
::Format: Question and Answer<br>Organization: Two Parts—Faith ([[Nicene Creed]]) and Works (Ten Commandments and Beatitudes)
*[[Dmitri (Royster)of Dallas|Dmitri (Royster)]], Archbishop of Dallas and the South (OCA), ''Orthodox Christian Teaching''. Brooklyn, OH: Orthodox Christian Publications Center. ISBN 0866420428
::Format & Organization: Chapters with discussion questions
* [[Stanley S. Harakas|Harakas]], Stanley S. ''Orthodox Church: Four Hundred and Fifty-Five Questions and Answers''. (ISBN 0937032565)
 
*Hatzidakis, Fr. Emmanuel. ''The Heavenly Banquet:Understanding the Divine Liturgy''. Foreword by Archbishop Nathaniel of Detroit. (Maryville, IL: Orthodox Witness, 2008. ISBN 978-0-9778970-1-8. http://orthodoxwitness.org
*Kohanik, Archpriest Peter G. ''Instruction in God's Law''. 2d ed., new, rev., enlarg. Approved by the V. Rev. Joseph Stephanko, 1948. Wilkes-Barre, PA: Light (?), 1949.
::Format: Arranged liturgically<br>Organization: Seven parts—Nativity, Baptism, Transfiguration, Teaching, Cross and Resurrection, Acension and Pentecost, Second Coming and the Life of the World to Come
*[[Apostolos Makrakis|Makrakis, Apostolos]]. ''Catechesis of the Orthodox Church: As Taught by the Holy Spirit and His Solemn Instruments from the Day of Pentecost to the Last Ecumenical Council, Expounded in Comparison and Contrast with the Antechesis (Contradictions) and Parechesis (Misinterpretations) of the Devil''. Athens, 1885. Tr. from Greek by Denver Cummings. 1st Amer. ed. 1946, 2nd ed.—Chicago, IL: Orthodox Christian Educational Society, 1969. ISBN 0938366157
::Format: Chapters<br>Organization: Three parts—"Awareness of Spiritual Dangers", "The Knowlegde of the Means of Salvation Evident in the Danger to Eternal Life and Blessedness", "The Knowledge that Leads to Perdition and Eternal Punishment"
::Format: Chapters<br>Organization: Three sections—Faith (Creed), Hope (Lord's Prayer and Liturgy), Love (Commandments and Sermon on the Mount)
*[[Theophan (Noli) of Durres|Noli, Fan Stylian]], trans. and arr. ''Eastern Orthodox Catechism''. Boston: Albanian Orthodox Church in America, 1954.
::Format: Question and Answer<br>Organization: Creed, Lord's Prayer, Ten Commandments, Beatitudes, and the Epiphany Lamentations and St. Mary's Salutation (both hymnody given without explanation)
::Dedication: "To the younger generation of the Eastern Orthodox Church who will take over and carry on her evangelic mission in the United States of America."
*[[Serafim Alexivich Slobodskoy|Slobodskoy]], Archpriest Seraphim. [[Law of God Seraphim Slobosdkoy|''The Law of God'']]. 1966. Tr. from Russian by Susan Price. 1st English ed.—Jordanville, NY: Holy Trinity Monastery, 1993. ISBN 0884650448
::Format: Chapters<br>Organization: Five parts—"Basic Concepts", "Prayers", "The Sacred History of the Old and New Testaments", "Christian Faith and Life", "The Divine Services of the Orthodox Church" <br>
==Catechisms available online==
*[http://www.oca.org/OCorthfaith.asp?SID=2 ''The Orthodox Faith''] by V. Rev. [[Thomas Hopko ]] (also: ISBN 0866420363, ISBN 0866420126)
* [http://www.stots.edu/these_truths_we_hold.html ''These Truths We Hold - The Holy Orthodox Church: Her Life and Teachings''] - compiled and edited by A Monk of St. Tikhon's Monastery. South Canaan, PA: St. Tikhon's Seminary Press,1986.
*[http://www.ocf.org/OrthodoxPage/reading/catechism.html "Orthodox Catechism"]

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